themselves into the fabric of countless, commonplace activities. In the spring Holden learned to ride his “two wheel” bike. While he learned in about 48 hours and is quite impressive, he is still learning the art of confident riding.
When we run into tough stuff (like Holden veering off the sidewalk and into the grass), if we stop and let fear paralyze us we will get stuck there. We will fall, and we will get hurt. However, if we decide to push through (pedal harder), perhaps reposition ourselves (stand up if we need to), and follow on when we get in those tough spots we will come out on the other side, and we will be stronger having learned valuable lessons to apply the next time we’re in a tough spot or perhaps to share with others and teach them as they learn to navigate their own tough spots.
We will all have times in our lives when uncertainty threatens to shake our faith, but praise the Lord, unlike me He is slow to anger and not given to bouts of impatience, irritability and mood swings!
Trust that He is always there, and He knows every turn along life’s path. He will direct you, and He is always watching. Just trust and follow!
That’s right! I said your toothpaste can dramatically change those tough relationships! When Mikaela came home expressing trouble with one of the kids in her class we transformed her toothpaste into a powerful weapon for prayer and showing the love of Jesus! How? Well, you have to watch the video to find that out! 😁
Another deep question from my seven-year-old! Here is how God led me to answer her. Hope it helps! https://youtu.be/xCawqoc3FD4