Reasons to believe in the power of the Bible
Rhesymau i gredu ym mhŵer y Beibl
'I’m a teacher and work a lot with early years. It’s a privilege to be in loco parentis with children so young. I don’t regret not being with them over this time, because I see them in the community and I can pray for them. I know they are getting to spend time with their families.
'My heart is really glad that I have been able to bump into parents and pass the time of day, and offer advice. The parents are worried about teaching the children. But I say to them that they are enough.
'Learning can be caught up, but it’s always based on relationships. My prayer for families during this time is that the children be securely attached to their families so that when they return to school, their learning will be even greater.
'The Holy Spirit has led me to the passage from Job 28, which talks about the whole idea that we need the wisdom of God, not the wisdom of the world, because that hasn’t worked out so well, has it?
'It says, ‘Where then does wisdom come from? Where does understanding dwell? It is hidden from the eyes of every living thing, concealed even from the birds in the sky. Destruction and Death say, “Only a rumour of it has reached our ears.” God understands the way to it, and he alone knows where it dwells, for he views the ends of the earth and sees everything under the heavens.’
'That’s so comforting, that God sees everything, including me. Knowing that helps me to know where I am going. I’m in his care. I don’t have any anxiety.'
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