The most important lesson of all


Math. Grammar. History. Science. These are some of the subjects I want my children to learn.

But as important as reading, 'riting, and 'rithmetic are, there's something even more important my children need to learn. Something that will change their lives forever.

Joely took that lesson to heart today — she put her faith in Jesus Christ.

And there's absolutely no lesson more important than that.

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  1. says

    What wonderful, perfect news. Congratulations seems inadequate, doesn't it? Blessings to you and your family today. What will you do to celebrate?
    .-= Sandy´s last blog ..Homemaking Counts =-.

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    Joy Reply:

    @Sandy, I think my parents may be coming down to visit when she's baptized in a couple of weeks. That will be a treat for all of us!

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  2. says

    The angels are having a party! I'm so glad that she's made that decision at a young age with godly parents to help her grow in her faith. Yay! Go, God! and Yay for Joely!
    .-= Jana´s last blog ..De Wone Wane-ja =-.

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