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My Family's Future

What do you most want for your family’s future?

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  • …As for me and my household, we will serve the LORD. Joshua 24:15
  • To act justly, love mercy and to walk humbly with God. Photobucket Micah 6:8

  • That I could just snap my fingers together and make the credit card situation that we have go away and then we could just forget all about it.

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  • Well for my family's future I would surely want Stability, strength, and happiness... Stability and strength so we can be close knit, and happiness over fortune any day.
  • A new house, and my for my Mom to find a good job.

  • Money and babies.
  • I just want there to be a family in my family's future. 
  • I want my family to be completely and utterly happy and safe. I want them to live their lives without any worry and I want them to be with me every day. I know some people say that they would "kill to be away from them", but to me family is the most precious. It sounds korny, but that is how I see it and want it to stay.
  • The future of my family is in Gods hands and that is of course right where I want it to be. I know that ultimately we will all end up exactly where we are suppose to be. However since I am human and so are the other members of my family I know all to well that we can deviate from the path that God has chosen for us and go off on our own. Ok not really on our own,  God is always with us, but certainly we can stray and end up somewhere we really don't want to be. I really do not know exactly where God is leading me, but one thing I do know is that it is His desire that I live in love. And if I live in love does anything else truly matter. I don't think it does. I really don't think it will make a bit of difference what house I live in, what car I drive or what I do for a living. As long as I am loving. So I would have to say that my goal for my future, for my family, for my friends and even for those who are not my favorite, would be that we all would learn to love one another. To see one another as God see's each one of us. We are, after all, one. Each one of us is a piece of the puzzle and it will never be complete without all of the pieces.
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