Jesse Steele

— Poetry is code.™ —
kitteningrayspaces:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ohgodhesloose:

*boop* *bap*

"I TOUCH YOUR BUTT"
“WHAT NO”

This made me giggle far too much

kitteningrayspaces:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

ohgodhesloose:

*boop* *bap*

"I TOUCH YOUR BUTT"

WHAT NO

This made me giggle far too much

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orcas:

Andy is honestly the greatest person

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It’s the Practical Things

It’s the Practical Things

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Making rounds, calling to check up on the family business, paying bills, and putting food on the table—these don’t involve much emotion or personal empathy, yet are the reason God is called “God the Provider”.

In the End, rebellious Angels will be despised…

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Credit Where Due

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The biggest complaint I hear against organized Churchianity is the injustice Christians give each other every day. Christians allow scandal after scandal of dominating each other, neglecting needs, disunity, just to name a few.

Inviting non-Christians to join the…

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The Need We Didn’t Want

The Need We Didn’t Want

The Need We Didn’t Want (mp3)

If Heaven were a cuisine, it would be anything but junk food. It’s spicy. The lemonade is strong. The romaine lettuce is so bitter you can barely swallow it. And that’s what it means to be healthy. Praise God that God doesn’t give us sugar and chocolate every time we ask for it.

The little pockets of sobriety and sanity have kept the darkness at bay for centuries.…

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Patience

Patience (mp3)

Patience. It can seem a waste of time, irresponsible, lazy, incompetent, out of touch, uncaring. We want to solve problems at their roots, nip them in the buds, and be preemptive to be preventative. Diligence is proactive. Is it different from patience?

Not everything requires us to make the first move. Dodging and blocking punches can lead to a quicker victory by exhausting the…

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Why Big Boys don’t Cry

Why Big Boys don’t Cry

Why Big Boys don’t Cry (mp3)

The strength of opposition reveals the strength of character. When your leaders are angry with you, it’s because you’re not living up to the standard they have for you. Many angry leaders don’t realize: The angrier they are, the more they believe in the people they are angry with.

Often times, we don’t respect ourselves as much as our critics do. We don’t think we are…

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People Need a Grandpa

People Need a Grandpa

People Need a Grandpa (mp3)

Common enemies create temporary unity. The American public retains the power in America, regardless of how rich and powerful Washington and its cronies are. That powerful public, though divided by the near-identical bipolar DNA that news-infotainment and Churchianity hold in common, is being stirred to action.

People are pooling money. Tea Party rallies attract…

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Jesus Loves Fat-Smelly Kids

Jesus Loves Fat-Smelly Kids

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Every school class has the same basic roles: the class clown, the handsome athlete, the rich kid, the nerd, the awkward musician, the fat-smelly kid, etc. Every student has problems and redeeming qualities alike—every student.

I was the awkward musician.…

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The Beauty of Boundaries

The Beauty of Boundaries

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Orange can’t be purple. This may seem unfair, but any other way would be unfair to everyone because sunsets would not be beautiful.

We look at many activities and ask about our “rights” or “why God is or isn’t angry”. When, in fact, it’s not our actions that…

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Stepping Up

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Blessed Weeds

Jess Smith wrote a great article about Plantain. Though it’s a weed almost everyone has hated, it’s been a gift from God, sitting under our noses—and our houses, lawn mowers, and weed killers—for hundreds of years.

Blessed Weeds

Jess Smith wrote a great article about Plantain. Though it’s a weed almost everyone has hated, it’s been a gift from God, sitting under our noses—and our houses, lawn mowers, and weed killers—for hundreds of years.

Self-Respect

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So many problems come because the wrong people dominate. When the right people don’t step up, the wrong people gain power by default—and they’re not the most skilled.

Should the next generation step up, the right people must first wrest power from old, defaulted…

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Practical Stuff can Implode Us

Practical Stuff can Implode Us

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Credit Where Due

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The biggest complaint I hear against organized Churchianity is the injustice Christians give each other every day. Christians allow scandal after scandal of dominating each other, neglecting needs, disunity, just to name a few.

Inviting non-Christians to join the…

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