Have you ever run away from home? You may not have left mom and dad, but we all are runaways in a spiritual sense. We have all run from the Lord, but nothing can compare to the feeling of coming home.
Hope For Your Prodigal with Barbara Juliani
Have you tried to bring a prodigal child or friend back to faith? In your own strength, it may seem impossible. But don’t be discouraged because God is in the business of leading prodigals home.
Oh Lord make me like the Prodigal Father,
steadfast, forgiving and strong ~
So that even when I have been wounded,
and I feel that I’ve been wronged,
Lord, You will help me to look the other way,
and celebrate the Love within,
that each time someone says “forgive me”
that’s where I can begin.
Help me not to be like the older brother
Who resents his father’s grace
But Oh Dear Lord let me learn the lesson here,
in the mercy of your embrace.
The Prodigal (butterflyinthespring.com)
A Prodigal Comes Home (iwanttobelieveingod.com)
Listening for God’s Heartbeat (godandgoodlife.wordpress.com)
Books: Prodigal Mom (time.com)
The Prodigal Father (dianereedwiter.wordpress.com)
“Daddy – Dad – Father – Grandfather” (catalystquotes.com)
New miracles (formerheathen.wordpress.com)
What in the world is “pure” wisdom and how does it apply to my prodigal? (preciousprodigal.wordpress.com)
Going Home (reeknittingwordswithgod.wordpress.com)
I know I would feel that way! (kswptim.wordpress.com)