Thursday, May 21, 2009

Childlike Faith - Guest Spots

Elijah (picture by Chris)
Noah

Dear Ones:

Last week Elijah and Noah went on their first discipleship camp retreat. This is a series of youth meetings they will have over the summer to help them develop their personal relationships with the Lord. Both had beautiful experiences to share when they came home.

During a time of worship, and boy do these kids worship, both boys felt the Lord speaking to them. Here is what they had to share:

Noah: "we started to do worship and I was sitting there and I felt like God was telling me that when we pray we need to pray for HIS perfect timing and not when we want things to happen."

Noah shared he was so moved by worship he just wept before the Lord as the Father spoke to him.

Elijah: "I thought God was telling me that I really REALLY need to trust him more through ANYTHING I do no matter how big or small the task is and in order to trust him more I need to love him with all my heart and to grow closer to our holy father."

These were their own words they shared with me and they were too wonderful to not share them with all of you on this journey with us.

Father, help my unbelief, Give me childlike trust in you each and every day.

Blessings!



6 comments:

  1. This gave me chills reading it. I can't even imagine how much your heart swelled with pride for raising two men with a heart for Jesus!

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  2. Hi Michelle,

    Just wanted to say thanks for the comments on my blog. I really appreciate it. How in the world did you find me? :)

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  3. What precious boys you have! You must be so proud of them.

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  4. How Beautiful! I know you are so proud of your boys. And what a joy to know their hearts are where they need to be!
    Thanks for sharing their words.

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  5. Thanks for the encouragement Ladies. I am so proud of my guys! They are precious gifts!

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"As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord."

Joshua 24:15

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