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Topic: hope (03/29/04)

TITLE: Seeds of Hope
By Julie Pisacane
03/29/04

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Seeds Of Hope


Every night I pray with my children and my own hope is that they develop a relationship with the Son of the Most High. What if God were to take me now? What have I left behind for them to grab onto? Even though my children are young, they will tell you about God,how much I love God and that He is our hope and reason for living a Christian life.

To leave behind the promises of material objects or comforts, amounts to nothing when compared to the importance of leaving them the biblical knowledge of hope in the holy promise that God gave us. My hope is that my family is saved and will become servants to Jesus Christ and help others along the way of their own spiritual journey. Any good found within me is not mine, but the goodness of our almighty God.

I hope to please Him and it starts in my own home with my family and then with friends, church members, and strangers and then to continue planting the seeds of hope wherever the ground is fertile. I plant where He leads me to plant. He will do the watering and feeding. There is no such thing as wasted breath when it comes to spreading the Good News.

Seeds of hope are planted and hope is eternal, for Jesus is our Hope.A favorite passage of mine is Psalm 78:7 that they might set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep his commandments.

My hope right now is that a seed has been planted for a seeker or a lost soul needing to know more. My hope is to work for the Lord all the days of my life and helping others to learn of the Lamb of God . Hope is alive today and always. There is nothing more fulfilling to me than to help others learn of the blessed Hope that reigns in Heaven above .


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WENDY DECKER04/05/04
very well written and very true for any mother who loves the Lord.
Lisa Beaman04/05/04
I can just imagine the seeds of hope you are planting in your family every day. May God grant you a bountiful harvest!
Lynne Cox04/06/04
I imagine your children are well on their way to a relationship with the Lord, having you for a Mom.
Scott Hicks04/08/04
Halleluia. It was a blessing to know there are other parents out there that pray with their children. (I'm sure there are many others)

There are a lot of truths to inspired statements. Remember the one that states: "The family that prays together; stays together"?

There is "divine hope" in praying together! That's whay Jesus' model prayer was:

"Our" Father which art in heaven..."

Thank you for writing that article.

Still Worshipping,
Rev. Scott Hicks
True Worship Ministries
www.trueworshipministries.net
B Price04/11/04
will agree with these other comments.
YOU children will be blessed to have such a wonderful mother that prayes with them.
May GOD have a special reward for you and many others who prayes with thier children.
IT gives hope to this grandmother that there are young people out there who believes in prayer and showing thier children how to pray.
GOD BLESS