This is just my way of letting it all out without caring who is reading or watching.

These are a bunch of random unorganized thoughts. Sort of like a mirror of my mind.
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Love is slow to suspect but quick to trust; slow to condemn but quick to justify; slow to offend but quick to defend; slow to expose but quick to shield; slow to reprimand but quick to empathize; slow to belittle but quick to appreciate; slow to demand but quick to give; slow to provoke but quick to help; slow to resent but quick to forgive By Word for you today.

I was talking to a friend on Sunday and she was talking about her conversation with an atheist that said he just can’t wait to chill in hell or something along those lines. -__-.  Please correct me if i’m wrong but don’t atheist not believe in a higher being? So how can you believe there’s a standard you’re suppose to live by and how can you believe someone is judging those standards I mean that’s the only way you can believe in a heaven and hell- by believing in God or a higher being that has told you how to live and will judge you. 

My lil brother said “He’s just a very lukewarm christian” lol.  I mean nothing else makes sense.  I’m not saying don’t be an atheist [at least not in this post] but this person sounds very confused.

Gay Marriages.

I think as a Christian, i’m supposed to be against same-sex marriages but I can’t bring myself to be.  There is the argument that it demeans the sanctity of marriage but heterosexual couples already do a great job with that with their prenuptial agreements and high levels of divorce.  Seeing a gay couple married will not make my marriage mean any less.  I think yes, God intended marriage to be between man and woman but by saying they shouldn’t get married you’re not automatically making them extinct.  They will love who they love and be with whoever they please at the end of the day.  Not giving them the same rights as married couples will not change that.  I don’t know, I think it’s an issue that I can argue from the religious perspective and from the political perspective and make good arguments for both sides.