What would you like to be
Graduation was so very cold but the children enjoyed to program and it is was all smiles when over. The graduates ate lunch with Angie which has been a tradition.
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What would you like to be?
- BE willing to share the sorrows of others. Everyone will go through tragedies in life. They should never have to walk the path of sorrow alone.
- BE a follower then you do not know what to do. I have had many godly men to whom I owe my ministry. People I trust and who love me and have advice I need to hear. Often I m uncertain so to lead from that position is disastrous.
- Be frugal with what you need for yourself. My little house and my old car get me everywhere I need to go. Love between husband & wives as well as love between parents and children should never be based on possessions. We say all we need is Jesus. Is that true?
- Be loving to those who do not love you. I have had many enemies over the years. People who do not like me and I agree that I am not very likable. But as I have aged I realize that to not love them is not only contrary to God’s Word it only damages me. If I do not pray for them who will?
- Be the last to criticize. When I point my finger at someone I have 3 pointing back at myself. I am not guiltless and so I cannot be the one who casts stones. When Jesus stooped down and wrote on the ground in the parable of the woman taken in adultery had I been in that group He would still be writing.
- Be foolish enough to believe in miracles. I have lived a life where God has shown Himself to me over and over again. Maybe He will not part the Red Sea for me but He has given me hundreds of victories when it was He and He alone!
- Be wise enough to know that you do not know everything. At 74 years of age God still has me in His school of learning.