Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Praying for their Feet…

Beginning of Sept 024This week, in Praying God’s Word, I am praying for Quinn and Nash’s precious little feet!
I feel such a pull at my heart as I focus on the sweet thought of my boys learning to
walk in the Truth. I pray that their love for Him will be so true that NOTHING will ever cause them to stray from Him or His Word. I pray that their faith is solid and that they are always giving the privilege of walking with friends that love Jesus Christ as much as they do. (Because we all know how much easier it is when you have accountability!) And, I pray that they always have hope in the fact that Jesus loves them unconditionally and is always walking right beside them.

Beginning of Sept 026

Only be very careful to observe the commandment and the law which Moses the servant of the LORD commanded you, to love the LORD your God and walk in all His ways and keep His commandments and hold fast to Him and serve Him with all your heart and with all your soul. Joshua 22:5 Beginning of Sept 025

On another note, I may need to start praying for my sweet Baby Love to WALK! He turned 14 months old yesterday and seems to have VERY little desire to get movin’ on his feet. Since he’s such a good crawler and climber, I think he sees little need to actually walk! He’s taken one step here, two steps there and three steps ONE time…but, walking on his knees or crawling around seems to suit him just fine. I guess I won’t start panicking yet, but it is quite crazy to me! Oh well…we’ll keep practicing!


Natalie said...

Our little men were born on the same day and he isn't walking either. Drives me crazy. His older sister was walking at 12 months so that I all I had to go by. He is cracking me up cause he eats with a fork but wont walk! What is up with that? Nice to know I'm not the only one with a non walker!!!

annalee said...

such sweet prayers for your guys. thanks for sharing.

i bet when nash starts walking he will be quite confident on his feet and good at it from the get-go. instead of wobbly. graham didn't walk to 16.5 months and all of a sudden one day he started he never turned back!