Prayer flags on Renjo La

Prayer flags on Renjo La (Photo credit: Oliphant)

When my daughter was very young, she had an active imagination. She wrote play’s for the neighborhood kids which she directed and produced. She looked at the world differently than some of the others kids. She lived life in living color. She had a gift of bringing “imagination” to the world around her. Even if the world was just our block in the neighborhood, nothing could stop her determination.She possessed the ability to bring out the shyness in others and the children were naturally drawn to her enthusiasm. She had a gift of seeing things others did not see.

The world has been tough on my daughter, even so, the beautiful girl grew into a loving, caring women. Her life became difficult and she faced over-whelming and disheartening struggles. Life situations toughened her and she became hardened by her circumstances.

She buried her Treasure.

The hardest part of being a Mom and Dad is watching your children face demoralizing times.

We pray; we leave them in Our Father’s hands.

Often, once we’ve prayed, we take back and try to fix. We know we can’t change what our kids are facing! We do it anyway because we don’t want to see our children lose hope, lose faith or face emptiness deep inside their heart.

Ephesians 1: 18 (NIV) I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people,

We leave our loved one in the Hands of God. We pray they will choose salvation and the healing power of God’s Mercy.

Jesus is their Savior. He is willing to dig up their buried treasure

Jesus is their Heirloom and their Inheritance. 

Keep Praying!

Leave your loved ones in the capable hands of Jesus, In Faith, trusting they are His treasured possession.

Malachi 3:17 (NIV) On the day when I act,” says the Lord Almighty, “they will be my treasured possession. I will spare them, just as a father has compassion and spares his son who serves him.

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