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My friend had her daughters at a zoo when she heard, “Ma’am, there’s a lemur on your baby

me as a baby

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My friend had her daughters at a zoo when she heard, “Ma’am, there’s a lemur on your baby

me as a baby


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you know you’ve made it when they’re making stuffed animals of your CAT


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Olaf approves Iceburns.


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"so what do you think about christians and secular music?"

wondered by Anonymous

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Many secular musicians are immensely talented. Secular music can be very entertaining. There are many secular songs that have catchy melodies, thoughtful insights, and positive messages. In determining whether or not to listen to secular music, there are three primary factors to consider: 1) the purpose of music, 2) the style of music, and 3) the content of the lyrics.
Whatever a person allows to occupy his mind will sooner or later determine his speech and his actions. This is the premise behind Philippians 4:8 and Colossians 3:2, 5: establishing wholesome thought patterns.
However, much of secular music does not meet the standard of Philippians 4:8. Secular music often promotes immorality and violence while belittling purity and integrity. If a song glorifies what opposes God, a Christian should not listen to it. However, there are many secular songs with no mention of God that still uphold godly values such as honesty, purity, and integrity. If a love song promotes the sanctity of marriage and/or the purity of true love—even if it does not mention God or the Bible—it can still be listened to and enjoyed.
Obviously, the best kind of music is that which praises and glorifies God. Talented Christian musicians work in nearly every musical genre, ranging from classical to rock, rap, and reggae. There is nothing inherently wrong with any particular style of music. It is the lyrics that determine whether a song is “acceptable” for a Christian to listen to. If anything leads you to think about or get involved in something that does not glorify God, it should be avoided.


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minimalist cartoons for Sara Bareilles’s commercial releases, hand-drawn and hand-colored by me! click for higher quality. Bareilles’s lyrics are so visual and I wanted to play with what images came to mind when listening to each song.


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