Jesus, I will follow you.

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My name is Sarah and I am the founder of Jesus, I will follow you. I am 22 years old and proud to call myself a Christ follower! I am ready to go wherever Jesus leads me; whether that be somewhere in my hometown or to the ends of the earth. I know that I will be used by God to spread His amazing love and help those in need. I hope that this is a place of encouragement and nothing else! We are ALL God's children!
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My name is Anastasia and I'm one of the admins on this awesome blog. I'm 16 years old and am working towards becoming a worship leader. I strive daily to keep my life centered around Him. I absolutely love to help, encourage, and talk to all of you. I pray you may be blessed and strengthened by the things that we post on here! Many blessings!
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Hi, my name is Jennifer but you can call me Jen! I'm 20 years old and also a Christ follower! I'm another one of the admins on this blog. I'd like to begin by saying that my most wanted desire in this blog is to help those that need it. Christian does not = perfection.We struggle too, and we want to let you guys know that you are not alone in this. Remember that asking for help is not an act of weakness but of strength. Love you all! God bless.

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I need you to pray for me and my moms relationship lately I been excited about college and I try to be open with her and talk about the littlest things with her but she always comes w/reponse as if she doesnt trust me,like treating me as a little kid

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Will do, wish you the best! -jen

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So, LA area friends, where you at?

I’m brand new to SoCal and I’m craving some fellowship! :) I’ve got a pretty awesome church fam at the moment, but you can never have too many solid, Christian friends!

Blessings<3

-Sarah

What's your opinion on tattoos and piercings?

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Oh, here we go! A controversial issue I like! ;) Ya ready? The passage Leviticus 19:28 is the one many Christians use in the tattooing argument. However, the verse and its surrounding text is specifically dealing with the pagan religious rituals of the people living around the Israelites. God’s desire is to set his people apart from other cultures. The focus here is prohibiting worldly, heathen worship and witchcraft. God forbids his holy people to engage in idolatrous, pagan worship and sorcery which imitates the heathens. He does this out of protection, because he knows this will lead them away from the one true God.

It’s interesting to observe that a few verses later it says in verse 26, “Do not eat meat that has not been drained of its blood,” and verse 27, “Do not trim off the hair on your temples or trim your beards.” Well, certainly many Christians today eat non-kosher meats and get haircuts without participating in the forbidden worship of pagans. Back then these customs were associated with pagan rites and rituals. Today they are not.

If you are considering the question, “To tattoo or not to?” I think the more serious questions to ask yourself are: What are my motives for wanting a tattoo? Am I seeking to glorify God or draw attention to myself? Will getting a tattoo cause me to disobey my parents? Will my tattoo cause someone who is weak in the faith to stumble?

I believe that decisions like this should solely depend on the motives of your heart and the signification of what you’re getting on your body. Personally, I have six tattoos, four of them faith-based, so to me, those mean something. A couple of them are symbols, so I enjoy explaining the meanings of my tattoos to non-believers. I consider them creative and artistic, because they really are a type of art form; and where do we get creativity? God! He is our Creator and the greatest artist of all time. We are all made in His image, so I consider it a natural thing to have artistic desires. I like my tattoos, and despite what some people may think, they can’t judge me, only God can. It is my personal belief that getting a tattoo doesn’t make you any less of a Christian. God sees what’s on the inside, not the outside.

Blessings<3

-Sarah

A page against contemporary Christian music said that if we believe in something else other than Jesus as our salvation, He will say He never knew us. Is it possible, that if you really like worship music and believe it is a great medium for God to speak and move through the Holy Spirit, you can be putting something else as your salvation above Christ? This is a complex question, I'm sorry if it is hard to interpret.

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No offense to them, but the people who made that page seem like they are a bit wonky. Worship music IS a great medium for God to speak and move through you. As long as your not worshipping to bring attention to yourself or to make yourself look good, and worshipping solely because you love Jesus, then I don’t see how you could possibly be putting worship above your salvation. I have a feeling that you know full well that worship music isn’t what saves you, Christ is. So I apologize if I’m misunderstanding your question, but there is absolutely nothing wrong with loving worship music. Have you read Psalms? David was ALL about worship, and why wouldn’t he be? It can be a very powerful thing! All of my most life-altering moments in my faith have begun with worship. Something about pouring yourself out before the Lord and just singing out praises, giving Him all of the glory and honor He deserves from you, ignites something within you, at least it does for me. :)

Blessings<3

-Sarah

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Hello! Im Megan and ive been called to spread the love of Jesus in Uganda East Africa! I have posted a video on my tumblr explaining the whole situation! I also have a youtube account with the video in it! (Megan McCarroll -Help me make Africa beautiful) and i was hoping to ask you if you would be willing to reblog it so that it could get some publicity! I need to raise the money by January and it would mean the world to me if you could help me! Thank you so much for your time! -Megan McCarroll

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Please pray for me..I'm struggling with an addiction..I want to stop but I keep doing it and I always feel disgusting afterwards. I love god and I love spending time with him but I don't feel like I'm doing enough. Please help

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We will have you in our prayers. 

 I understand what you must be going through, I think that we all have been there at some point and regardless of how much you try you just feel like as if you keep sinking. But you know what? Even if it may not seem like it, God sees your efforts and He still loves you the same. The Gospel tells us that our sins are forgiven the moment we repent, sincerely. That does not mean that there is not going to be times in which you will fail, because there will be times in which it will happen but you would not be actively sinning. It is different. This is something that you must hate, and battle it until the very end because God deserves this and more. If we just give up, and be comfortable in our sin our relationship with God will only deteriorate , and not only that.. we will not be honoring him as we should.  always.

Don’t give up the fight sweetie. -jen

What does agape mean

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"The Greek word agape is often translated “love” in the New Testament. How is “agape love” different from other types of love? The essence of agape love is self-sacrifice. Unlike our English word “love,” agape is not used in the Bible to refer to romantic or sexual love. Nor does it refer to close friendship or brotherly love, for which the Greek wordphiliais used. Nor doesagapemean “charity,” a term which the King James translators carried over from the Latin. Agape love is unique and is distinguished by its nature and character.Agape is love which is of and from God, whose very nature is love itself. The apostle John affirms this in1 John 4:8: “God is love.” God does not merely love; He is love itself.”

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Whatever our needs may be, according to Matthew 6, God will provide. He is our Father who is a million times much greater than our fathers here on earth and He knows and cares about all our needs. He understands them. He is able to provide far more than our wildest imagination can ever dare think of Him.

Don’t worry and have confidence in Him. Your vision is coming. God gives grace for every new challenge, trial and obstacle that we face.In times of doubt, remember what Paul’s prayer in Ephesians 3. God is will provide, not because He pities us, or we did good, but simply because He loves us. Our worries tend to drive us away from God’s love, but if we stand on God’s love for us, our worries loses their power and dissipates.

So be rooted in God’s love. This can only be possible by resting and focusing on Him. His love is so wide, so long, so high, so deep— definitely bigger than enough to cover your worries and fears. His love will keep you strong. He, in His great love, will never abandon you. God’s love for you is so big, beloved, that your entire time here in work will never be enough to see all of it.

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