Self pity, pride, ego. He invited it in, encouraged it and look where we are now. I stopped begging on March 8th. Let them think what they have is worth it and above who he's deserted.

Self pity, pride, ego. He invited it in, encouraged it and look where we are now. I stopped begging on March 8th. Let them think what they have is worth it and above who he's deserted.

Do you ever struggle with the crippling effects of self-doubt? Do you ever feel like “throwing in the towel” because you just don’t have what it takes to keep on going? Do you believe that God can use anyone else, but not you, because you are just too (you fill in the blank)? If you are on the verge of giving up, of listening to your self-doubts, this post is for you!

Do you ever struggle with the crippling effects of self-doubt? Do you ever feel like “throwing in the towel” because you just don’t have what it takes to keep on going? Do you believe that God can use anyone else, but not you, because you are just too (you fill in the blank)? If you are on the verge of giving up, of listening to your self-doubts, this post is for you!

King James Bible Online This here's a little more like it! Anyways, this verse (John 4:34) can be viewed with a little humor. Yet it inspires the hell out of me! (Literally)

King James Bible Online This here's a little more like it! Anyways, this verse (John 4:34) can be viewed with a little humor. Yet it inspires the hell out of me! (Literally)

Quote from JANE AUSTEN´s "Pride and Prejudice" !!! - St. Paul Library Wedding from Laura Ivanova Photography #janeausten

Quote from JANE AUSTEN´s "Pride and Prejudice" !!! - St. Paul Library Wedding from Laura Ivanova Photography #janeausten

Studying Leviathan, the fire-breathing dragon of Job 41, sheds new light on one of the Christian’s worst enemies – pride. Putting peer pressure into perspective, Dr. Hovind gives practical lessons to be gained from this often overlooked passage of Scripture.

Studying Leviathan, the fire-breathing dragon of Job 41, sheds new light on one of the Christian’s worst enemies – pride. Putting peer pressure into perspective, Dr. Hovind gives practical lessons to be gained from this often overlooked passage of Scripture.

This is my daily prayer, once in a while my pride will be hurt, and I have lashed out back at those people, and for that I have apologized, even without one back, its no excuse for me to behave badly because my feelings were hurt, for that I am always sorry, and am working on it I am much better at it now, Thank God, Amen~RP~

This is my daily prayer, once in a while my pride will be hurt, and I have lashed out back at those people, and for that I have apologized, even without one back, its no excuse for me to behave badly because my feelings were hurt, for that I am always sorry, and am working on it I am much better at it now, Thank God, Amen~RP~

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