It’s such an interesting thing to be young and alive, and such that we should all be thankful for both, because many people have neither youth nor breath in their lungs. I spoke to my mother the other day on the phone and made sure to tell her that I loved her, that I am proud to be her son, and…
While I do not want this to feel as attacking as it will unfortunately sound, I've been troubled by your posts on this current matter. If you really feel called to get off the computer and spend more time with the LORD then maybe you should do exactly that instead of blogging some more about it... just a thought.
you are precisely right. i felt called to share what was on my heart because one, i have put what I learned in writing and it’s not just going to pass by, and also, to share with others who may be in the same boat as me.
i have a real addiction to the internet. i know it’s bad. it’s the 2nd master i serve. although all of what i do on the internet is not bad, it’s just..excessive.
currently I am doing some homework alongside checking tumblr a bit. I asked for some prayer requests so when I am ready to get off, I have a few more intentions and people to lift up tonight before I sleep :)
“Perhaps what Mary teaches us best, however, is how to suffer. Because Mary never sinned, no selfishness, ego, or vanity ever dimmed her love for her son. She loved him perfectly. And because her son was God, he was the perfect object of love. That means that at Calvary, perfect love endured the torture and death of perfect love. That endurance was obedient and accepting. It saw, in the midst of all the pain, a more perfect and more loving will at work, and it united itself to that will. That is how Mary suffered, and that is how God calls us all to bear our sufferings.”—