Sep 25, 2009

God' Voice from the path we Choose

In the light of day, God listens to every word I say. To the stars and to the heavens God's voice is always so pleasant to hear. To feel His abounding love for his children is to see the flow of the river of tears that comes from the heavens. The tears of the ones we left behind, the laughter and the joy of those that are dear to us. God knows the nature of our binding love for those that have gone before us. In the light ofday, God's voice carries with us the beauty of being present in our walk with him and the footprints we leave behind. For those we leave behind to follow the path of our unveiling love for him. The path we choose to follow is the path of righteousness.

How can we make a difference in our kids lives?

What can we do to change the way we view each other?

How can we stand up for those that are easy prey to be picked on by bullies?

How can we silence the name callers, the teasers, and anyone else that may be a threat to someone else?

How can we spread love to someone who has no friends or someone that feels alone?

Let's take the time to pray for our teenagers!

I feel that we should take the time to pray for our teenagers in schools, because of the enemy that walks the hallways seeking out the ones who are weak. It is up to all of us to stop the school violences and end the teasing, name calling, and the bulling before someone gets hurt. We need to watch for the kids that sets alone in the school cafeterias and the ones that have no friends to turn to and anyone else that might be teased by there looks, actions, etc. . The enemy is Satin and the only way to destroy the enemy is by showing love and compassion towards each other and praying for each other. The power of prayer and love has the power to silence the enemy.
Instead of finding ways to spread hate and violence lets try spreading love in the hall ways and standing up for those that are unable to defend them selves from the teasing, etc. Lets take the time to pray every day for our teenagers who are in schools.