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Project Inspired and Galations 6:15

This week I found a new great Christian blog for Christian girls and guys. It's founded by the former model Nicole Weider and her website has so much great advice for Christian teen. She even has a page for modest fashion and forums where you can talk to other Christian girls. If you sign up to her website you can do live chats with her and others as well which I think is pretty awesome though I haven't tried any of the chatting... yet. Anyways I hope you check out her website because it is really great and helpful and encouraging.

Project Inspired Website
We are not told to walk in the flesh, to be like the world or like others. As said in this verse we are to walk in the spirit and to be like Jesus Christ who was not of this world. If we follow the flesh, our own sinful desires and a heart then we will stray. There is a great Anthem Lights song called Follow Your Heart that talks about not following your heart but His heart. It really made me think and realize that all those feel good songs that talks about following your heart and doing what you feel is good aren't right. The only way that we will truly succeed in this life is if we follow God, if we follow His plans and His heart. He has the perfect plan and He knows what is best.

Have a great week everyone! 
What do you think of this quote? :) 


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  1. I totally agree, Melody! The heart is deceitful. We can't trust it. But we can trust God and His lovingkindness. :)

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  2. This is great! And like when we fail and *our hearts lead, God comes and finds us and forgives us, and then that shows us a part of who he is and helps us be more like him! Great post :):)

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