It is in the sweet, simple moments of life that we often get a glimpse of God’s glory. That happened for me last night.
As we prepared to eat our evening meal, my four year old granddaughter began to lead us in prayer. But, instead of the regular singsong pre-kindergarten based melody typically spoken, Lily recited the Lord’s Prayer. She did this without prompting and without any of the adults assembled around our table being forewarned. I am assuming that they have been working on this at school.
Lily spoke the Lord’s Prayer from memory and I was astounded.
Life comes full circle. From grandparents, to parents to children of the next generations, we lead our loved ones to a closer walk with Jesus. Today, I was reminded of that fact. What started long before my own beloved grandparents continues today with their great-great Granddaughter. I am a living witness to the power of a Savior who continues to love my family through Lily’s blessing of our meal.
The sweet prayers of a child reached deep into the heart of an aging grandparent and reminded me of God’s tender mercies.
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory for ever and ever. Amen.