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Sunday Prayer: Parenting

Dear Lord, Please grant us the wisdom to handle our children when they step out of line. Not every situation is what it seems. Help us share in their joy and triumphs over difficult tasks. This will allow us to appreciate the little things on life. Guide us when we are upset, and remind us that they are supposed to test boundaries. Also Lord, please grant us with the sensitivity that is needed when they are feeling sad–allow us to see things from their perspective. Most of all Lord, thank you for each and every day you allow us to share with them....

Sunday Prayer: Rejoice

  Dear Lord, This Sunday, let us offer up our voices in praise and glory in Your name. Please allow your spiritual lessons guide us, each and every day. Remind us Lord, that everyday is a day worth rejoicing and praising your name. All things are possible though you, and in your name. Please remove any obstacles in our paths, And remind us that you will always make a way out of no way....

Sunday Prayer: Family

Dear Lord, Thank you for our relationships with our families. Thank you for having them in our lives and blessing is each and every day. We know that there maybe times when families can be trying, but at the end of the day they are all that we have. Without families, special events would not be as fun to celebrate. Thank you for keeping our families in your safe keepings....

Sunday Prayer: Perseverance

Dear Lord, We are very aware of the challenges that lay ahead of us each and every day. Please grant us the grace to get through the challenges and difficulties. Help us keep our heads high, and focused to finish what we start. Even when things seem impossible, we know that nothing is impossible with your help. Grant us perseverance in all that we do, everyday....

Believing in Trust

I came across a quote that said: At first, I dismissed it, thinking it was just like every other quote that you come across. But it just kept popping back in my head. How many times do we ponder about what the next step? ¬†Sometimes, we even pray about the issues that we face and ask for guidance. However, at the end of the day, every decision that we make is because we trust that we are making the right decision. The reason we agonized over some of life’s choices, is because we do not know the true outcome. Life is funny that way. 99% of the time, we are putting ourselves out there and we hope we are perceived well. I think that is why it’s so hard to gain a person’s trust. It’s not freely given. It’s something that has to truly be earned, and when it is earned–its glorious. They trust you because they decided to trust you. Because you know how hard that decision can be, you are thankful that they saw you in that light. On the other hand, when that trust is broken or abused, you feel betrayed. It’s like they saw you naked and laughed. Trust in marriage is the same thing. When you finally say, “I do,” you are saying that you do trust them no matter where the roads take you. You know that at the end of the day it will always be you and your spouse against the world. Trust with our own kids is a bit different. It works the other way around. It’s freely given since...
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