Sunday, July 6, 2014

And a little child shall lead them...

Just bringing their friends to church, but when I sit back and look at this picture or when I think about any of the youth of the church, I can see how the Lord has plans in place to hasten His work.

What has your child done recently to lead your family in righteousness?


  1. Our 17 year old son put a sticky note on our bedroom door with three scripture references on it. I looked them up and found myself called to repentance. We live next door to the neighbors from h*** who make our lives miserable with their late night noise, loud vulgar language, smoking, barking dog, verbal abuse and threats, etc. The scriptures reminded us to be forgiving, turn the other cheek and love our enemies. I've got a long way to go on this one but he will be an awesome missionary in another year.

    1. Rozy, We must live in the same neighborhood because I think I live on the other side of those neighbors. I type this as I have my music blasting to drown out their noise. The hardest thing for me is turning around and ignoring it all and not telling them how they are inconveniencing me but that is what is required. It is a struggle every day but I believe we receive blessings from our patience. My daughter said that she appreciates how I am calm about it all and that she hopes to be like that one day so I have to continue on. It gets a little easier every day. Keeping the windows closed helps!

  2. I catch my children singing primary songs throughout the day. It brings a wonderful spirit into our home and reminds me of our purpose here on earth.

  3. My 9 year old son has caught the Spirit of Elijah, his friend showed him her website and he had to create his own! He can't wait to get more names to record! Now we are helping him go through my Grandma's records.

  4. Two grandchildren declining to drink iced tea with their grandpa who promised not to tell their dad...self control and word of wisdom values shown there...