I <3 beautiful things, steampunk, old things, MMO's, imagination, art, history, books, music, music, music, Jesus, AND YOU!...I'm learning to recover from myself. It's a long journey =)
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Personal blog that you will love!
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God promises that there are set times in our future, but He doesn’t tell us when they will be. Your set time may be tomorrow morning at 9:47. You’ll get the phone call you’ve been waiting for. Your set time may be two years from now. You’ll get a good break and that will thrust you to a new level. My question is, “Do you trust God enough to believe that your set times are coming?” Are you willing to wait with a good attitude? Are you willing to get a new perspective?
Remember, that set time is already in your future. Don’t let the negative thoughts talk you out of it. The way you know that you’re really believing is that you have rest on the inside. You’re at peace. You know the answer is on the way. You trust that God is working things out.
Today put your faith and trust in Him and enter into rest. Know that He is good and He is for you! Your set time of favor is on the way!
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The living root and vine bridges in the Khasi Hills of India 
Vines and roots of trees are trained to stretch across rivers and streams, to create a sturdy structure strong enough to be used as a bridge for up to 50 people at a time. Villagers create these living bridges – which take 10-15 years to grow – as a solution to the high annual rainfall, which would cause ordinary wooden bridges to rot. This ‘double decker’ living treeroot bridge is in the village of Nongriat, in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya State, in north-eastern India. [x]
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