Monday, August 2, 2010

Her Gift

My middle daughter and I were doing her devotion tonight. It was about learning how to pray. We read about Jesus special prayer that he taught to the disciples.

The prayer at the end of the devotion said, "Lord teach me how to pray."

She looked at me and said, "But Mom, I already know how to pray. It's a gift."

She smiled and we giggled.

But their is so much truth to her little comment. She does have a gift. Her heart is full of compassion for others. She remembers when someone needs prayer. She lifts them up over and over again.

I am so thankful for her huge heart.

It is Monday and once again I am linking up with the Gratitude Community over at A Holy Experience.

holy experience

#36 A daughter that believes with all her heart that God is listening.

#37 Starting a Bible Study with women that remember me from the day I was born.

#38 A mother who watches my girls so that I am able to go to Bible Study.

#39 Good Friends that stopped to see our new home even when it would have been easier to keep driving.

#40 Eight cousins, laughing, giggling and full of sticky marshmallow faces.

#41 Siblings sharing stories around the campfire.

#42 Washing sand out of every crack and crevice in kids that had an unforgettable day.

#43 The Public Library. Going there is always a treat for all of us. We will never run out of books to read.

#44 Finding my girls with their noses in a book.

#45 Summer Mornings. (Only two weeks left until school begins)

6 comments:

tracie @ {tsj} photography said...

love your list today friend!

Jodi said...

Oh Amy,I love what you shared! A childs faith Yes Lord!

-t- said...

I love her faith as well :}

Luke 18:17 I tell you the truth, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it."

His blessings!

Natalie said...

Amy,
Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I love your list. Your daughter sounds like a beautiful blessing and she is right- He is listening!

We are having a week full of cousins- nine little cousins together for a visit so I can picture #40!

Leah said...

As a middle child myself, I can vouch for the fact that middle children are very special : )

What an awesome gift to have a heart for intercession on behalf of others!

#42 is hilarious

Our Family said...

How precious- what a sweet girl you have! The faith of a child is so special!
Blessings,
Jessica