If it’s discouraging, it’s not God.

If it eliminates freedom, it’s not God.

If it says, “Your dreams are too big. You can’t do all that,” it’s not God.

The God I know encourages, sets free, and says, “Your dreams aren’t big enough.”

sorry, you’ll be seeing these intermittent reminders:

I’m now accepting questions for a video with Nick. 

If I get a good turn out of questions, I’ll ask him to do one with me.

Start out your question with a “***” so I know it’s for the video, since they’ll be sitting in my inbox for a couple days.

hudsonsbluff:

Amélie (2001)

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omgitsthatoneblueeyedgirl asked: You should do the video. There is more than one person who wants it. XD. Promise.

OKAY. I need to figure this out. 

I’m now accepting questions for a video with Nick. 

If I get a good turn out of questions, I’ll ask him to do one with me.

Start out your question with a “***” so I know it’s for the video, since they’ll be sitting in my inbox for a couple days. 

Uhhh so yeah!

merrrrp.

You know you are on the right track when you become uninterested in looking back.

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Hayley Williams attends the Alternative Press Music Awards at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, OH on July 21, 2014.

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Anonymous asked: NICK AND HOPE RELATIONSHIP VIDEOOOOOO

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Our emotions were all originally meant for good. In other words, God has a will for your emotions. Anger was meant to fight injustice and oppression. The sex drive was meant for the singular committed passion of a spouse. Jealousy was meant for the protection of our loved ones, to be jealous for their growth and maturity. It’s only when emotions are inordinately exaggerated that they become destructive.

So if you must be jealous, then be jealous for your friend and not of them. It’s not easy to do this. Any emotion is capable of turning ugly. But emotions are also capable of motivating the most beautiful of actions when they’re guided by the divine hand of God. They’re not the main reason we do anything, but as the fuel: they work great.

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I’d wear the shit out of this.

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