“Live in the moment.” What does that mean? No matter what age you are, time passes quickly–too quickly. Do you ever feel that way? An act of violence, a tragic accident, a devastating illness can affect our lives at any moment. How can you make the most of each day? How can you live in the moment and make each day count for eternity? Here are ten ways that might help you get started:
Whether our children are trying on clothes for kindergarten, tossing graduation hats, or walking down a wedding aisle, they always need our prayer covering. At times the challenges of parenthood are frightening and confusing. I remember those years well, when cries for wisdom and help stormed heaven’s gates daily. Our kids need prayer, but we as parents also need God’s help. I still approach God’s throne with passion and urgency, and my petitions now include grandchildren.
Here is a prayer for mothers and grandmothers because you are so deserving of blessing and honor for who you are and for all you do. No matter what your age, single or married, this prayer for blessing is for every good work, every good word, and for every act of love you have ever offered on behalf of the ones you love:
How long is Mom a Mother? Whether you’re a mom or a grandmother, I hope you’ll enjoy this personal devotion. Be sure to read to the end for a special way to honor a mom or a grandmother.
We hear it all the time: “Focus on the six most important things for today.” “List three things you most want to accomplish.” “What are ten things on your bucket list?” But is it possible to accomplish more with less? Have you ever tried the principle of the One Thing?