Joyful Pine

Biblical Ways to Practice Purity

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  When we began dating, my now-husband and I walked in to our dating relationship with a clear goal: to save sex until marriage. We’d both known very few people who had done it, and honestly I thought it was going to be simple. But I was very quickly proven wrong. I absolutely believed in the goal, but without a plan and a purpose, I knew that it would fall apart. I’m thankful that we both decided to lean on God and His Word instead of on our own power. I hope that you choose to do the same, and...

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Anxiety Doesn’t Win

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2020 seems to be a year of anxiety. Things aren’t going as we planned and it sure would be nice if we could get a grip. Here are a few practical tips for reducing anxiety and what the Bible has to say about peace.

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6 Things God Has Taught Me in the Last 6 Years

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The reality was, for about a week leading up to that day, I cried every night. I didn't want to turn 20. I wasn't ready. The things that I had wished and waited for hadn't happened, and I felt neglected by God. 

Little did I know, God was about to teach little ole me some serious lessons about how big He was. 

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Modest, Afforable, and CUTE: Swimmies You’ll Want to Live in This Summer

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Alright ladies... if you think summer’s the best (sunshine, lemonade, and memories to be made), but also the word “swim” sends you into a panic (I don’t have a suit I like, the one I have doesn’t fit/ feel good/ look cute, and buying a new one is a WHOLE THING.), then this post is for YOU!! Swim can be modest, affordable, and so stinking CUTE! I promise. Behold: a list of highly curated swimsuits that are MODEST, CUTE, and AFFORDABLE!! All the ladies said amen!! Here’s the suit I got from Amazon. I love it because the top is...

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When You're the Only One

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I became a believer at the age of 12. I had “Christian” family members, but I would soon learn that they were the farthest from it.  Turns out, I was the only true believer in my family. 

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