Sin tema ni razon... simplemente imagenes que me gustan.
"We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history."
3 hours at the shop
a suspension with no play and a torn strut mount later, and I just want to flip a nice big middle finger to the volkswagen engineers that made the front suspension on MKV GTI’s a complete pain in the ass to remove/replace - and for dropping in garbage strut mounts.
You guys suck.
do you ever suddenly remember that some people actually have perfect vision and don’t wear glasses because they don’t need them and just stare into space for like 10 minutes wondering what that’s like
Yo, last year I had PRK done (thanks USAF!!!) and seeing clearly is the craziest thing. Like, my brain still hasn’t registered that my vision is better than most folks (20/15) and whenever something in the distance seems just a little hazy I get super worried and think, “Oh no, the surgery didn’t work - my vision is going again.” … and then my roommate goes, “dude, how the hell can you read that?”
So go get PRK if you can afford it, because this is pretty frickin’ awesome.
Jesus Conquered Death
Why was Lazarus’ resurrection the crowning miracle of Christ’s earthly ministry? See John 11:38-44.
Though Jesus had raised two others from the dead, none was as dramatic as this. Lazarus had been dead for four days, a fact that Martha corroborated at the graveside. Jesus performed the miracle in the full light of day before a crowd of respected witnesses from Jerusalem. The evidence couldn’t be dismissed.
Still, far more important than Lazarus’ resurrection was Jesus’ own resurrection. Since He has life in Himself, He not only has the power to raise the dead and give life to whom He wills (John 5:21), but He also has the power to lay down His own life and take it again (John 10:17-18). His resurrection proved this convincingly.
What is the relationship between Christ’s resurrection and ours? Why is His resurrection so important for our salvation?See 1 Cor. 15:17-20.
Christ’s power to break the bonds of death is undisputed. He arose from the sepulcher as the first fruits of those who slept in Him. His resurrection is the guarantee of every believer’s resurrection, for He has the keys of death (Rev. 1:17-18).
"To the believer, Christ is the resurrection and the life. In our Saviour the life that was lost through sin is restored; for He has life in Himself to quicken whom He will: He is invested with the right to give immortality. The life that He laid down in humanity, He takes up again, and gives to humanity." — Ellen G. White, The Desire of Ages, pp. 786, 787.
I’m afraid to open STEAM up on my computer because the sales have already started and I have to stay strong and save my money.