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"My LORD and My God!"

~ Doubting Thomas

If You touched my face, would I know You? 
Looked into my eyes, could I behold You? 

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Should is how others want us to show up in the world — how we’re supposed to think, what we ought to say, what we should or shouldn’t do. It’s the vast array of expectations that others layer upon us. When we choose Should the journey is smooth, the risk is small.

Must is different—there aren’t options and we don’t have a choice.

Must is who we are, what we believe, and what we do when we are alone with our truest, most authentic self. It’s our instincts, our cravings and longings, the things and places and ideas we burn for, the intuition that swells up from somewhere deep inside of us. Must is what happens when we stop conforming to other people’s ideals and start connecting to our own. Because when we choose Must, we are no longer looking for inspiration out there. Instead, we are listening to our calling from within, from some luminous, mysterious place.


~ An excerpt from Elle Luna’s The Crossroads of Should and Must

My favorite part of prayer is feeling small again. 

I feel you, Elsa. 

I feel you, Elsa. 



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After what may seem like endless periods of unrest and desolate longings, the Lord provides in ways that are even more abundant than all that I could have planned for. It blows my mind how even after countless times of experiencing and relishing in His faithfulness, I still doubt His plans for my life. Oh, how fickle my heart can be. 

Lord, will You reign. Lord, will You be glorified. Lord, will You open my eyes to see just how majestically You have paved the way of my heart to see the Glory that is to come at the end of this Lenten season. 

All glory & honor to You alone.