And Glorify Him.
God’s given me a joy in capturing some of this worlds most beautiful moments. Though the joys of this life are merely a glimpse of the joys of Heaven, they are still worthy of praise because they were brought about, set in motion, and sustained by the Father. If we can find joy in this world through the grace of God, how much more joy will we find in the presence of our Triune God in the Heavens.
I love you all.
PS - Tumblr blurred this photo because TUMBLR sucks. I apologize.
2 Timothy 3:16
“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness”
Paul really had a special relationship with the Spirit. He hit the nail on the head with so many topics, and was used by God to provide us the God breathed words flowing from the Fathers heart that make up so much of the New Testament.
I believe the word of God is without error. Why is this important? Because man has taken the word of God and created a web of confusion with a vast array of translations that have caused so many to refute the truth of the Bible due to differences in “versions”.
My friends, the Bible is Gods word. In the same way that God cannot be corrupted by man, I fully believe neither can His word. [ John 1:1 The word WAS God ]
Why is this important?
Hell is real, and eternal.
No matter how the scripture is twisted, it is plainly there.
I believe in a God who does not make false promises or empty threats. A God who’s word is not void.
“And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.”
This is no joke friends. Jesus didn’t say this to joke around, and it wasn’t to be taken figuratively. God has the power to destroy the soul AND body[through the means of] Hell.
Christ explains to us what exactly can bring about this destruction[eternal misery in Hell].
Matthew 10: 32-33
“So everyone who acknowledges me before men, I also will acknowledge before my Father who is in heaven, but whoever denies me before men, I also will deny before my Father who is in heaven.”
To be denied from the Kingdom of Christ leaves only one destination remaining. Hell. And in the same way that I believe God never changes[or subscribe to any dispensation theology] I find it uncharacteristic of God to deny entry to the Kingdom[Matthew 10:32&33], only to later change His mind and invite in those who denied Him with the life He gave them.
How can we truly even imagine that we could believe, or try to understand an eternal immeasurable love, if we deny and refute the existence of an eternal immeasurable wrath. What then did the death of Christ save us from? Just the death of flesh, the earthly punishment of sin? No. What have we to fear, knowing that our souls are saved even when our flesh is destroyed. It is that Christ saved us from HELL. And not the temporary, lighthearted, correctional institute kind. He died to save us from the eternal, wrathful, lake of fire with which God intends to punish those who opposed His glory.
These are simply my thoughts on the matter, which are established and founded directly from the Bible. I’m not using any outside sources, and would like to keep the discussion strictly tied to the irrefutable word of God. This is just the beginning of thoughts on this matter, and I look forward to your responses.
I love what I do. I get to capture the most precious moments of life so that we may be able to reflect on them later down the road. It is a precious blessing to be given the gift of life and to be able to enjoy it while we are here. I’m thankful the Lord has given me an eye and a passion for this and I hope you find it as beautiful as I do.
Tyler and Katie Quinn - Recently Married
Two dear friends whom I look forward to sharing the rest of my life with.
As weird as the feeling is, I have a totally rekindled feeling of overwhelming joy right now.
Mostly because I just feel at peace about some things. Although I expected it to come differently than it did, I’m here.
I will say this though, even in the midst of what I’ve went through and where I am now, I have been blessed with an incredible gift by the Lord to see things coming and to sometimes understand others and the direction of things far more than they know or think.
Nonetheless, after last night, I feel amazing. I’m on top of the world.
From a mile away.