Before we continue with the challenge. If you had the chance to adopt fursonas, would you do it? Do you enjoy unique pieces of specially- created art from the heart? And if you had money would you buy any from an artist that isn't well known to support them (and on patreon?) Want free public use-approved art?
|THEN VISIT MY ART BLOG HERE!|
|My gut is: 51 1/2 inches|
My weight is: 270 lbs
Day 4/30 of Brave:
TODAY'S BRAVE ACT:
|(I KNOW IT'S NOT MONDAY, BUT I JUST REALLY LOVED THIS GIF)|
INSPIRING QUOTE OF THE DAY:
TODAY'S WORDS OF AFFIRMATION:
TODAY'S JOURNAL PROMPTS:
- A past moment that left me feeling powerless or afraid …
- How can I let go of that limiting past experience based on what I now know?
The moments when I wasn't welcome in public places because of my mental illness left me feeling vulnerable and afraid to show my face in new places. Especially in church as I'm treated less than sane. It leaves me questioning the integrity and ingenuity of the Church, and love and compassion of Christ. Makes me wonder if I am absolutely alone in this world, cast off from fellowship with God and His people... It leaves me fearing that I am not saved due to my ailments and enraged with the church.
I can carry on in the knowledge that God is not His people. His is perfect. He is full of compassion. He is just and kind. He is love. He is truth. I can learn to remember that the church is full of human beings and thus it is full of broken sinners, only forgiven through their faith, by grace as I am. If I let it go by remembering no man under the sun is perfect and that even if one is forgiven, we are still human, I can learn to carry on, in fellowship and forgiveness with the Church and also can learn to forgive myself.
Luceo no uro,
I Am ChristianCopyright (C) 2017 Mari Fahel McKimzey
I am Christian. If my music tastes mirrors that, it's just the way I am.
I am Christian. If my creations and life reflects a Christian life, then I'm glad.
I am Christian. Is that really so sad that I believe in something greater than myself?
I am Christian. That doesn't mean I am perfect, far from so
I am Christian. What it does mean is that I am desperately wicked but also radically forgiven.
I am Christian. You may say believing this will only make a fool of me.
And what if you're right? But I'd rather live as though what Christ said was true and be buried with no afterlife
Than live as though what Christ said wasn't true and be damned to hell
Because, what if you're wrong? And Christ truly is who He said He was?
I am Christian. Which means I am a little Christ.