Tuesday, March 5, 2013

PRAYING FOR MY SON..............




                I MISS MY SON ELIJAH.......


It's funny how fast our kids grow up and leave the nest...My son Elijah is 20 years old and is not here with us in our home...Sometimes I find myself calling his name or perhaps I expect him to walk down the stairs in the morning...



PRAYING FOR MY SON WHILE HE IS GONE...Helps me to stop worrying and give all of my worries to God.....






Father , we pray this morning that you will watch over my beautiful son Elijah on this day and continue to keep him safe in your arms... He is not here in our home BUT we want to keep him in constant prayer so that he will LEARN from his mistakes and BELIEVE that he can make GREAT DECISIONS...






Proverbs:22:6 tells us to "train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it."








We live in a busy world and it is imperative that we FIND THE TIME to teach our children....





I have to understand that our children grow up and leave our home....



My husband Patrick and I have taught him about God. God has entrusted this important work to us....












It has not been easy raising our son and we have not agreed with all of his decisions...But we LOVE OUR SON AND WE MISS HIM....







LASHON CAMPBELL RESIDES IN OCEANWAY, FLORIDA WITH HER HUSBAND A NAVY MASTER CHIEF AND THEIR 3 CHILDREN.

LASHON CAMPBELL
MOTHER OF 3
USN VETERAN

5 comments:

  1. Thank you Father once again for blessing me with yet another day with
    my family…. Thank you Lord for the PEACE at heart and mind that I
    experienced when I took my first breathe this morning......Have a wonderful weekend everyone and spend some time with your family....

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    1. Few times I cry, but this piece moved me to tears LAshon. You have a way with words and I look forward to reading more about your family...

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    2. So glad that my story was able to move you in a positive way Soldier's heart

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  2. Elaine W. Edwards AlaskaMarch 5, 2013 at 3:54 PM

    This post spoke DIRECTLY to me today. I needed to hear every word and it touched me in the deepest place Lashon...With my maturity comes change and acceptance. I’m learning to LOVE my son daily with all of his mistakes, all of his flaws all. It was tough to get to this point, but I’m finally here! thanks Lashon

    This post was VERY refreshing!

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    1. that is what I love to hear Elaine! Thanks for stopping by my blog...

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