Just the other night he came to me with tears flooding his eyes. He said he thought he "had lost my Faith because I make bad choices, get into trouble so much, and argue. Mom, I don't know what's wrong!" It just broke my heart.
I know that we will have rough days and we will have good days. It would unrealistic and put undo pressure on Youngest to expect all to be perfect or that this is a "magic" fix. Today is a day filled with hope and joy for this child that I love and desperately want to succeed and feel confident in himself. Today we were surrounded by prayer and we so much needed a day like today. It was like a breath of fresh air - life giving breath from Him.
Jeremiah 29:11 (New American Standard Bible)For I know the plans that I have for you,' declares the LORD, 'plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.
I know there are many people that have been praying for him and us. Thank you so much! Today was a good day and he walked away from school with a smile. I especially want to thank Raine and Michelle for their prayers - they mean so much to me. You have encouraged me greatly.
Raine wrote: "Lord, connect everything in Youngest's brain the way it is supposed to be so that he has clarity of thought, organization, good memory, and strong learning ability. "May the Lord give you understanding in all things" (2 Timothy 2:7) Lord, enable Youngest to experience the joy of learning more about You and Your world. Amen"