|Al & Beth Roberts Children convey their love for Christ's Resurrection. (Jaron, Jared & Gracie)|
"Love grew where the Blood fell. Flowers of Hope sprang out for men in misery. SIN DIED...where the BLOOD FELL, I am so glad His Precious Blood has covered me."
THROUGH-OUT THIS POST PLEASE NOTE THE SWEET DRAWINGS PRECIOUS CHILDREN DREW; CONVEYING THEIR LOVE FOR JESUS.
I use to sing that song every Good Friday while we Pastored in Texas. The power of this reality still rings true today. "Sin died...where the Blood fell!" He suffered and died, why? Not because of Him-but because He loved Man! Wow!
This Good Friday marks three important birthdays in my family...my son, Nathan (physically is 19) will be 15 years in the Lord then Felecia (who is 12 yrs. phys.) will be 8 years in the Lord; I had the Honor to be the vessel used of God to lead them into the Kingdom. My husband, Brad led our youngest Tabitha (8 yrs.) old to Jesus as well; she will be three years.
|Felecia Snowden feels her love of Jesus' sacrifice deeply.|
We can never under estimate the power of the parent. In Deut. 6 we are instructed to constantly be teaching our children in every way and at all times God's Word and yes His Love.
|Tabitha (Tabby) even adds the purple. She recognizes the Love that Jesus showed then and now.|
My husband and I have the vision from God that WE (He and I) are the ones to teach, train and love our children into the Kingdom (and disciple as well) along the way.
Take a quick look at these Stats:
I grew up in a godly home. I attended Sunday School, went to church my entire life. Yet, the #1 Reason I serve Jesus today is because I saw, heard and felt God's love and grace from my parents---DAILY!
I asked a few friends to send me pictures that their children drew and colored about Jesus, Easter and the Cross. As well as for them to tell me what Jesus means to them personally. These are parents who I have seen teach JESUS, in their homes. I see God's love in the hearts of their precious children.
Parents lets; "
|My girlfriend Vicky's daughter...love those crosses.|