10/14/2018 / Christian Living
Thought: I have a new motto. I am now an “opinionated politically incorrect grandma.” I dare to be different and I have some advice for our Christian youth.
In today’s world you are in a horrific spiritual warfare where ever you go, whether that be to school, town, or friends house and be very careful who you choose as friends.
STAND OUT: Don’t compromise to the worlds idea of what’s ‘cool’ or in.
STAND UP: For what you believe and stay strong to deflect any criticism you might receive from those who don’t agree with you.
STAND FIRM: In your commitment to the Lord. Be sensitive to the leading of His spirit everyday where ever you go, what you do and what you say.
God has extended His reprieve by the appointment of a Christian to the Supreme Court, Judge Kavanaugh. This man will fight in the highest court for Christian values and those laws that will once again make this nation great…putting God back in His rightful place to continue his blessings upon the US of A, it’s people and it’s leaders.
This grandma’s heart goes out to all you beautiful young people who live in a world where the decision you make everyday will have an impact on your future. Stay away from anything that will bring you down and seek after those things that are pleasing to the Lord. God Bless
Prayer: Father God, Keep these children under the safety of your wing. Send their Angels out everyday to protect them from the Evil one and give them the strength to resist any temptations that would harm them. Give them wisdom beyond their years to be able to make good decisions for themselves. Amen.
Verse: Rom. 12:2 “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but be a new and different person with a fresh newness in all you do and think. Then you will learn from your own experience how his ways will really satisfy you. “
Married 58 years, four children, nine grandchildren and two great. I’ve been a freelance writer for over 40 years. Working on a book at the present. My priorities are God first, husband, family, country.
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