Communicating with Children and Their Families: Responding by Liz Davies, Evelyn Kerrigan Lebloch

By Liz Davies, Evelyn Kerrigan Lebloch

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After entering the home, Jairus and his wife led Jesus to their daughter's still form. " Serenely, as though waking from sleep, the child opened her eyes and looked up into the compelling face of the stranger. Jesus grasped the girl's hand, and she arose to her feet completely healed. Overcome with joy, Jairus and his wife watched in astonishment. Without ceremony, Jesus kindly instructed the mother to give her daughter something to eat. This account should vividly demonstrate to you parents that faith in Jesus is stronger than any problem you may be facing in your family.

When all hope of being able to produce any offspring was gone, Abraham had continued to believe God's Word. Abraham had given much thought to those words which inspired him to hope only in the Lord God Almighty. God had chosen Abraham because he was a man of faith and because he would teach the ways of the Lord to his offspring. Entering a blood covenant relationship with Abraham, the Lord pledged Himself to this man and all his generations. God and Abraham were committed to each other; everything that was Abraham's was God's, and everything that was God's was Abraham's.

But Hannah had placed Samuel in God's hands, and He did not fail her. No matter what the circumstances, you mothers and fathers can mark your children for God, just as Hannah did. Rest assured that they will come through for God in spite of bad surroundings, peer pressure, or worldly temptations. Stand on the promises of God, and He will not let you down. Scriptures for You and Your Children: "And Hannah prayed, and said, My heart rejoiceth in the Lord; mine horn is exalted in the Lord: my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies; because I rejoice in thy salvation" (I Samuel 2:1).

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