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  • So many times young people will come to me and they will say, you know, a young man will say, “I desire to marry this girl.”

  • And I will say, “Why?”

  • And he will say, “Well, I love to be with her and she is beautiful and when I am with her we feel so good and it just meets so many needs in my life and there is just when she is around, my life is so much more endearing.”

  • And I will always ask him this question, “Well, then, what you are telling me is you want to marry this girl because she meets all your selfish self centered needs and desires?”

  • The young man will always say, “No, that is not what I mean.”

  • And I’ll always say, “But that is what you said. You want to be with her because she is beautiful. Young man, what happens when she is no longer beautiful? What happens when someone more beautiful comes across your path?”

  • Or, “We can really talk and that is why we want to be together?”

  • What happens when you can’t really talk?

  • “We feel so good together.”

  • What happens when those feelings for a season are gone?

  • You see, your marriage must be based upon this one thing. God has called me to lay down my life for this woman. If she responds in kind praise the Lord. If she does not respond in kind, praise the Lord because I am not in this for me. And in a sense I am not

  • even in this for her. But I am in this for God.

  • The world will tell us that...that marriage is a 50-50 relationship. And then years ago Christians came along and said, “No. It is not a 50-50 relationship, it is 100%-100% relationship.”

  • I disagree with both. Marriage is 100%-0% relationship. You give 100% of everything you are to this woman even if she returns nothing of the sort back to you because you have been called of God to lay down your life for her.

  • -PW

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lexieloveyoulikeacupcake:

When Jack Warner was casting the movie My Fair Lady, Julie Andrews, who played the original Eliza Doolittle on Broadway, was overlook for the part, that was given to Audrey Hepburn.

That made her available to accept Mr. Disney’s invitation to play Mary Poppins.

At the 22nd Golden Globes, when she won the best actress award (she was up against Audrey for My Fair Lady), she had her sweet revenge.

how to shade, with class.

This is what shade is! I see posts every day on here made by people who don’t understand the difference between the art of shade and reading.

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superwhohannilockpotter:

I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

This.

see, you don’t have to say “not all white people are like that” …you just have to show it in your fucking actions so that nobody can ever accuse you of being one of those shit white people

I’ve never seen the last two gifs!

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theycallmetabs asked:

Do you have any tattoos? Would you ever get one representing your husband or marriage? Whats the best thing about being married? How long have you know your hubby? Favorite alcoholic beverage?

I don’t have any tattoos, but I’m looking to get one in the next year or so. I’m so indecisive though! I can marry and pick a man at 20 but having something on me, nope.

I’m torn on getting a tattoo regarding marriage. On one hand, I like it. On the other hand….

I met CJ at church well over five years ago now. I remember seeing him at a church BBQ and thinking how big his butt was. Ahh, memories. He really does have a big one.

My favorite drink would probably be either spiked hot chocolate (usually with Baileys and toasted marshmallow vodka) or a White Russian.

vinebox:

She broke her daddy’s heart

No joke this was me at four years old. My mom said I could do that as long as I took care of their hair.

Sadly I married a white man.

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