Monthly Archives: August 2018

August 29, 2018

Good morning, Father Children are an amazing gift from You. Father, it’s a new school year–a time of learning and growing physically, mentally, and spiritually. I pray that my preschoolers will have a positive attitude and happy spirit. May they adjust to the routine of the day quickly. Help me to help them in this. “Be glad and rejoice.” (Matthew 5:12a, CSB) In the name of Jesus, our Joy, Janet Waters, Brentwood Baptist Church member/Prayer Room Intercessor

August 22, 2018

Good morning, Father. Children are an amazing gift from You. Father, You understand how children are. They put conditions on their friendships. For example: I will play with you if . . . ; I will include you if . . . ; I will like you if . . . ; or I will share with you if . . . . Help me as their teacher to instill the mindset to not put conditions on their friendships. May … Continue reading

August 15, 2018

Good morning, Father. Children are an amazing gift from You. Today I am reminded of the importance of studying Your word and applying it to my life. Help me as I work with preschoolers to teach them to begin habits such as this at an early age. May they hunger and thirst to know You from hearing Bible stories and how they apply to their young lives. “He (Jesus) answered, ‘It is written: Man must not live on bread alone … Continue reading

August 8, 2018

Good morning, Father. Children are an amazing gift from You. Father, I love the two female hummingbirds that feed at my sugar water. Too often the water turns sour from the heat of the day and I am reminded to make fresh. The heat we experience in life can turn our plans, goals, or happiness sour due to unexpected situations, disappointments, unwelcome news, pressure, or by being overwhelmed. Father, remind me during those times to place myself under Your protective … Continue reading

August 1, 2018

Good morning, Father. Children are an amazing gift from You. As we see the end of this summer season, I pray, Father, that these preschoolers will bear much fruit. My heart desire is that they will end their season with me as their teacher successful in making friends, sharing with others, completing their work, listening, following directions, and growing in their social as well as their academic skills. But most of all, may they continue to grow in their understanding … Continue reading