Walking In Faith

These past few weeks have been a whirlwind of activity getting ready for my son’s wedding. It was a beautiful day and my new daughter-in-law is a blessing to us all. No one tells you how hard it is to let go though. Where are all the blogs for moms with grown kids? There are plenty of mommy blogs but once you get into the nitty gritty down and dirty hard work of being a parent the blogs taper off. Why? Because being a good parent is hard. No warm fuzzy way to word that.

If you love the Lord and want your kids to follow Him it gets even harder. It’s not always easy to convince kids that following Him will give them the best future possible. You have to walk the walk. What you do is by far more important than what you say. Even as adults they are watching. That’s how we pass on our faith – by living it. I know my faith grew by watching my grandparents actually live it.

We live in a pretty messed up culture. I can’t imagine how hard it is being a young parent or even child today. How do we survive the sludge of filth thrown our way every second of every day? We don’t give up or give in! It’s going to be hard. You’re going to cry – a lot! But in the end, it is all worth those prayers you said through those tears.

Then just maybe you’ll be celebrating that your child has grown into an adult you can’t believe you are lucky enough to call your own. I know I am blessed and I know that we are reaping what we have sown. Praise God they were good seeds in fertile soil.

Proverbs 22:6 says it best: Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.

Don’t give up! The payoff really is worth the hard work! Keep praying, keep believing and most of all, keep walking in faith.

 

2 Replies to “Walking In Faith”

  1. Your new blog looks great and has those “Brenda-isms of wisdom” that I’ve missed seeing on FB. Glad you are carrying on my sweet friend. Patsy H

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