The Journey for Jesus, A to Z
mazing isn’t it? How
fast things change as kids grow
B eing a teenager
is the toughest time as they
between being a little kid and an adult
on their own;
responsibility while learning to act
around them has an opinion on
how it “should be” done;
inding their way is a learning process that
only has begun!
knows where they are and what they are doing today:
H e will never leave them:
Just watch and pray, and pray.
(I mmediate answers will
not always happen while you wait.)
J ust be patient, parent:
when they are old they will return:
K eep the faith, be
vigilant, sober, and leave the
them unconditionally, just as Christ loves you, friend.
M ove on from “empty nest
syndrome” and enjoy your new life:
N ow is the time to be the
best husband, to be the
O pen up your heart and
home to do the work of the Lord:
P ray without ceasing, with
fellowship and teach His Word.
Q uiet times with your Lord and your friends are
R emember it’s okay to be
emotional, but also be cheerful.
S top worrying about
the children and leave them on the
T oday you
are free from carrying their burdens and cares.
U nderstand this is a new
chapter in the journey for Jesus:
V ow to serve The Lord with
all of your heart: it frees us.
W alk with the Lord:
reach out to neighbors and
X ero simply
means dryness and dryness has its
Y ell if
you have to, but let go of the
anger and bitterness;
ero place they have in God’s kingdom of
--bro. tim pickl
Saturday June 16, 2012 A.D.
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