Sunday’s Scripture

photo(23)It’s Sunday. For me, it’s the Sabbath. And, has been my practice for years now, I attended a morning worship service. I love gathering with the saints to worship the all-seeing, all-powerful, all-loving God of the Universe. And in a few hours, I’ll close out this day with another worship service.

And it encourages me to know that the same God I am worshiping in Kyiv, Ukraine is also worshiped by my children across the globe.

AND I am so thankful that our grandchildren are also learning about their Creator, the Author of Life.

I know that not every grandparent has this assurance and this amazing blessing to know that the next generations are studying His Word, learning His attributes, and discovering what it means to glorify Him forever. And that they are passing on these truths.

I do want to look at some of the other scenarios over time, and I am anxious to have YOU, dear readers, inform me of your own situations. And how you perceive them.

But I intend to honor God each Sunday on this blog. I would love for you to either post a comment or send an email directly to me: I want to know which Scriptures you personally are praying for your grandchildren. It will be my privilege to share these verses with everyone on subsequent Sundays. If you choose to briefly explain why you choose the verses you do, or have a short testimony concerning the verses, please share!

I’ll start.

Sunday’s Scripture:

There are MANY verses over the years that we prayed with and for our children…and still do. And some of these same verses are ones that we find ourselves praying for our grandchildren.

“…whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable — if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — think about such things. [and now for the convicting part] Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me — put it into practice.”  Philippians 4:8-9

If THAT doesn’t help us ALL to intentionally think about what our grandchildren see in us and hear from us, then I don’t know what does.

Lord, I pray that you might continue to work in me, to change me, to make me worthy of imitating, that I might not be a stumbling block to our grandchildren’s understanding of who YOU are.

To God be the glory.

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