Lord, guide me through this life

"She is clothed with strength and dignity and she can laugh without fear of the future." Proverbs 31:25

Catholic. 24. My life has been changed by Jesus, and I am doing my best to live my life according to His purpose. Through the struggles and blessings in life I find hope and encouragement in Gods unending love.

I love meeting new people, if you ever need prayers or just someone to talk to feel free to send me a message :)

***Check out my other blog "Someday My Prince..." link is below!***
spiritualinspiration:

“When darkness overtakes the godly, light will come bursting in” (Psalm 112:4, NLT)
Everyone goes through seasons of difficulty or times when things just seem dark. During these challenging times, know that you are not alone. God has a plan to drive out the darkness — He will flood you with His light! Notice that in today’s verse it doesn’t say, “The light will come trickling in.” No, it says that the light will come bursting in! That means suddenly, you will see God’s goodness. Suddenly, you’ll be promoted. Suddenly, the answer will come!
If you’ve been going through a difficult time, get ready for the goodness of God in a new way. Know that His light is about to come bursting in! Get ready for breakthroughs. Get ready for promotion. Get ready for restoration. You may have had that problem for a long, long time, but today could be the day that it turns around. Suddenly, things can change! God wants His glory to be seen on you. He wants you to stand out in the crowd. He wants you to be so blessed that everyone around you can see His goodness on you! So keep standing, keep believing, keep hoping and keep declaring His Word because His light is going to come bursting in!

spiritualinspiration:

“When darkness overtakes the godly, light will come bursting in”
(Psalm 112:4, NLT)

Everyone goes through seasons of difficulty or times when things just seem dark. During these challenging times, know that you are not alone. God has a plan to drive out the darkness — He will flood you with His light! Notice that in today’s verse it doesn’t say, “The light will come trickling in.” No, it says that the light will come bursting in! That means suddenly, you will see God’s goodness. Suddenly, you’ll be promoted. Suddenly, the answer will come!

If you’ve been going through a difficult time, get ready for the goodness of God in a new way. Know that His light is about to come bursting in! Get ready for breakthroughs. Get ready for promotion. Get ready for restoration. You may have had that problem for a long, long time, but today could be the day that it turns around. Suddenly, things can change! God wants His glory to be seen on you. He wants you to stand out in the crowd. He wants you to be so blessed that everyone around you can see His goodness on you! So keep standing, keep believing, keep hoping and keep declaring His Word because His light is going to come bursting in!

(via kingofwonders)

Your brokenness doesn’t make God want to turn away, your brokenness is why God has sought you, and why He draws near to you now, even as you read this.

—Unka Glen (via togivehimglory)

(Source: unkaglen, via jesuschristholdsmyheart)

All the week find their strength at the sound of Your great name…

—Your Great Name - Natalie Grant (via 4himglory)

(Source: delta-breezes)

The measure to which we are immersed in Christ is the measure to which we are in love with and devoted to Christ in the Eucharist who comes to us under the disguise of bread and wine. The measure to which we belong to the world is the measure to which we do not recognise Him and see bread and wine, rather than Body and Blood.

C. Martin (via catholicsplash)

Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.

—St. Catherine of Siena

Beginners in the service of God sometimes lose confidence when they fall into any fault. When you feel so unworthy a sentiment rising within you, you must lift your heart to God and consider that all your faults, compared with divine goodness, are less than a bit of tattered thread thrown into a sea of fire.

—St. Paul of the Cross (via littlechristianthings)

(Source: twocrowns, via perfectthewayyouarerightnow)