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Weekly Favorite Links (March 26-April 1, 2015)

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I’ve been feeling a bit behind on life lately. In reality, I’m probably not lagging too far behind, but I just feel that I have a lot going on. Maybe it’s the combination of an ever-growing to-do list and not getting enough sleep and not eating healthy foods. Whatever it was, I decided that I needed to make some changes, which I’ll talk about in a separate blog post. 🙂

By the way, don’t you think that photo of a DIY chalkboard measuring cabinet that I found on the internet is freaking AWESOME?! I love it. And now I want to make one! Add that to the list of things to-do!

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Weekly Favorite Links (February 26-March 4, 2015)

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I am currently in that stage of life where many of my friends are settling down and getting married. This means a lot of engagement parties, bridal showers, wedding shenanigans, becoming poorer but all in good fun. Just this past weekend, I got to witness the marriage of two good friends. I met them only a year ago, but this couple truly shines because of how much they care and serve others. In fact, I value both friendships dearly and respect them as older and wiser siblings in Christ.

I was quite honored to be a part of their special moment and, up to that point, had been counting down the days until the wedding for months. While I looked forward to the public exchanging of rings and declaration of vows, I think what I appreciated most was that that the wedding was centered on Christ. My favorite part in the entire ceremony was when everyone in attendance worshiped God with their voices as we sang a couple songs.

One song we sang, “Before the Throne of God Above,” is one of my favorite modern hymns, and I remember closing my eyes and just basking in the joy of praising God together. It was also a great reminder that we were all attending this wedding because of God — it was Christ that brought these two individuals together and Christ who will sustain their marriage until death do them part. In my opinion, each walk down the altar is a miracle and a testament of God’s provision and grace.

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This past week was like a treasure field full of awesome links. Check out my favorite stuff on the web now and share yours!

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