Thursday, December 22, 2011

It's Not "Being" on the Rock; It's "Building" on the Rock

I can relate to the verse that says, "This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased" - since I have six children in whom I am well pleased.

The following link is to a post written by one of my daughters when she was 15 years old - an amazingly profound thought about building our houses upon the rock.  I know I am biased as her father, but it truly is profound.

The Wise Man Built His House Upon the Rock - Reine (Walking on Sunshine)

1 comment:

ji said...

Thanks! There is so much power in writing down one's thoughts -- writing forces the mind to crystalize thoughts in a way so that growth can occur. I'm glad your daughter wrote down her thoughts.