“Now I lay me down to sleep…”
“God is great, God is good, let us thank Him for our food…”
Those are a couple of the rote prayers many children are taught to pray as an introduction to prayer growing up.
But what I really love are the heartfelt prayers of little ones. When my children were young, we didn’t teach them the rote prayers, but rather taught them to pray from their heart. I was often tickled by the prayers of my youngest son. [more]
Do you ever find it hard to trust God? A repeated proclamation over several days taught me a lesson in childlike delight and trusting God.
While I appreciate hearing, “I love you,” I learned 3 magic words were another expression that demonstrated love.
Just as our military’s sacrifice comes at a price, so too did Jesus’s sacrifice. Today’s post reflects on the cost to us.
God is always with us, and willing to help us. But sometimes He waits on us to act, to take a step, before we see His hand at work. Read on to see what I mean.