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Embo Tshimanga
adulting and being a kid simultaneously
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Embo Tshimanga Aug 13
Replying to @MavenOfMayhem
As a former foster kid, thank you. 🙏🏾 I found mine at 19 & I still can’t believe it. I wish people could understand under the hard exterior are little boys & girls who didn’t get the love they deserved. Hard kids are hard for self preservation. They need unrelenting love.
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D.L. Mayfield Aug 10
heaven is going to be a huge demographic shift for some of y’all.
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Steve Wiens Aug 8
More than once in your life you will be asked to leave what you know to go to a place God will show you. You are on a continual journey from here to there. We are not meant to be border keepers, we are meant to be border crossers.
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✨ Aug 2
Please tell little black girls in public that you love their hair
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Embo Tshimanga Aug 1
Replying to @HappySonship
Yes.
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Soulja Boy Jul 26
In this world you either crank that soulja boy or it cranks you
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Embo Tshimanga Jul 14
Time and time again I’m reminded that the key to this whole following Jesus thing is this: perseverance. And every time it is so worth it.
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Alo Moli Jul 10
A THREAD: I’ve been waiting 3 and a half years to post this particular story because it’s one that is dear to me. Originally I had posted this back in April, but due to the privacy laws here in UT that protect children who are in states custody, I was asked to take it down
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Bob Roberts Jr. ن Jun 22
Extreme beauty & extreme pain often go hand in hand
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Jamie Tworkowski Jun 17
To those with no pictures to post. To those recovering from his absence. To those recovering from his presence. To those attempting to navigate the distance. To those crying at the border. This day belongs to you as well.
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Embo Tshimanga Jun 17
Replying to @preshiate
Praying for you today.
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Embo Tshimanga Jun 7
happy birthday sweet girl!💓
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Embo Tshimanga May 17
God is steady. He simply is. And we can trust Him - deeply, deeply trust Him. His heart is good and his intentions are good for you. He’s at work in the waiting. Preparing.
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lil gambino May 6
Me turning up to while also thinking about its underlying message
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Duke Kwon May 3
Jesus is taking the American church to the threshing floor. The refiner’s fire is painful and disorienting. But don’t be mistaken: He reproves those whom he loves, and his Bride will only be more radiant for it. Be watchful. Stand firm. Keep your lamps burning. Hope in the Lord.
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Embo Tshimanga Apr 30
Replying to @RobertVore
Yes! I’ve been thinking the same. I’m feeling the tug of war between wanting to be whole but trusting the process to get me there. There’s healing in the process as well as the end. Also, how much more can we heal if we surrendered to the process than resist?
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Caleb Stanley Apr 27
Our job is not to question God's strategy, it's to embrace his process.
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Gena Thomas Apr 17
And when you have to re-climb the same mountain again And when you have to re-tread the same waters again And when you have to re-enter the same dark woods And when you have to return to the places you've been before and never planned on going back ... God is with you.
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Laila McCloud Apr 14
The video of Black men being arrested for sitting in Starbucks is just as triggering as the videos of Black people being assassinated by police officers. I don’t know where I can go and just be as a Black person. That is absolutely heartbreaking.
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Eugene Cho Mar 31
"Silent Saturday" is a powerful reminder that just because God "appears" silent or absent doesn't mean that God isn't at work and in control. These are difficult and challenging days. Be faithful. Press on. Remember, God is not yet done.
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