From mouths of babes
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I came across this comic from long ago tucked in my Bible and thought it was fitting to share this week with my “Children’s Corner” stories.
April 15 in Dadeville is a day we will never forget. Something we don’t understand fully. However, God does, and if we give it to Him, He will fix it. If you need Him, call Him. I will call Him now for everyone who was affected by this mass shooting in Dadeville.
In the wake of tragedy we must pray and forgive. I pray: Heavenly Father, there are terrible disasters which take the lives of many people. It is hard to recognize Your hand in such a tragedy, but I pray that through such tribulations many people can come to a deepened relationship with You, even a new relationship with You, as we recognize the weakness of our physical existence and the lack of control we have over it. You might use these opportunities to knock at the hearts of those affected by these adversities, and I pray they let You in. No matter what tribulations arise in this life, if we have You dwelling in our hearts, we are sure to overcome. In Jesus’ name I pray, amen.
Union Square’s Neighborhood Watch meeting is Monday; just a reminder.
“Love is what it does and not what it says.” Pure love is definitely shown in Union Square by the Taylor families. The Taylor families are some of the nicer, sweetest, kindest, and real people that Butch and I have known. They are very special to us. There are not enough letters in the alphabet to describe their love.
It is shown in what they do, not what they say. They are few in words, but much in doing. However, the few words they do speak, they are faithful. You can depend on, trust and love them. Their love is so deep you cannot do anything about it but love them back! And we do with all of our hearts.
My 2-year-old great-great-nephew’s grandmother was spending some time with him, and she always takes her throw blanket with her because his house is a little cooler than hers. She wanted to discipline him about something he was doing, and he told her to go home and take her blanket with her. He was very upset with her.
My 2-year-old great-granddaughter came to see me one day. I had not combed my hair. She looked at me and said, “Woo, who did your hair?”
Butch works at the landfill on Saturdays, where some people call it “the dump.” His 6-year-old godson loves to go over when he is out of school to see Butch. One day his teacher asked the children what were their favorite places to go. Butch’s godson answered, “The ‘Dump.’”
Kids are too funny and precious.
Happy birthday to Lt. Bradgel Moon and to all April babies.
We are praying for all communities and ill loved ones.
“God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supply.” – Hudson Taylor
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