i keep telling myself that it’s no big deal, but it kind of feels like an avalanche of rocks on my heart and damnit
my fault, my bad i’m sorry, don’t be angry don’t be hurt, i shouldn’t have, i want this but maybe i shouldn’t— i don’t even know
somehow i always thought that the feeling of sin dying was like an ultra HALLELUJAH PRAISE THE LORD JESUS but actually this hurts a lot. as if i want to hold on to sin, because i do. it feels like just straight up dying. things could be worse and i have a lot to be thankful for, but knowing that doesn’t make things hurt less.
sin isn’t just holding a gun to someone’s head, or stealing someone’s pencil. it’s me not being able to give up what i want to God, for wanting you too much in the present and not letting go soon enough and God is still waiting for me and everything hurts, right i know i know it does, but there’s no other way except God i swear we’ll be okay if we pursue Jesus maybe just not the way we want to be okay but we’ll be okay
really thankful for jamming at church today.
worship is kind of awesome. i should worship more often. with my bros and sisters
Physical installation with claims to be the worlds smallest social network - video embedded below:
Friends: How many of them do you have? On facebook the „how many“ seems to be more important then the „who“. For some facebook users the amount of friends seems to be an indicator of their own popularity. But how can you have a deep relationship with hundreds of friends? It‘s just impossible!facebox is the world’s smallest social network. It is an artifact to rehabilitate social network geeks, an ironic statement to the massive increased social network madness. It‘s time to make a change: Erase your facebook account today and switch over to facebox! With facebox it‘s easy: By stucking your head into one of this old computer monitors you will dive into this real world network. Find a friend and talk to him in a intimate face to face situation. facebox provides everything a former social network addicted persons needs to reactivate his social skills which are necessary to have an intense human to human conversation.