For Children With Lost Dreams

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For Children With Lost Dreams.

Some children dream of positively changing the world.

Some children dream of helping their parents and others.

Some children dream of spreading love, light and beauty.

Despite all these glorious aspirations, the dreams of so 

many children get lost in the sea of illness, 

parent’s divorce, abandonment and sometimes death.

Jesus had a special and soft spot for children and he once said this to those who were rebuking the children from accessing him:

13 Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray, but the disciples rebuked them.

14 But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.”

15 And He laid His hands on them and departed from there.

Matthew 19:13-15

So, for the children whose dreams have been cut short for one reason or another, I dedicate this Poem written by Kae Bucher.

This heartbreakingly beautiful poem was written by Kae in honor of Down syndrome babies who are now nestling safe and secure in their heavenly Father’s bosom.

It’s a deeply moving poem you can finish reading by clicking the link below.

Xoxo… she hopes to give hugs and kisses hugs and kisses…but amnios show she has too…too…too much love to give away..too many #21 chromosomes… she has too many xoxo’s so her love is filed under aborted reasoning on tic tac toe charts … where mommies and daddies don’t hold extra special babies with extra special […]

via she hopes to be a birthday princess  — Buckets on a Barefoot Beach

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What Does Love Mean To Children

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What does love mean to children as they grow up?

What does love mean to children as they grow up?

Are we teaching children the true meaning of love and helping them not only know the love of Jesus Christ but love for others?

I found five children at the park and decided to ask them what love meant to each of them. They gave me some delightful answers.

Thomas – Age 6 – “Love is when Daddy tucks me in to sleep at night and reads me a story.”

Jenny – Age 5 – “Love is when mummy buys me dolls and treats.”

Benjamin – Age 5 – “Love is being all nice and good.” 

Gerry – Age 7 – “Love is when my mummy and my daddy kiss and look at each other with that look in their eyes.”

Regina – Age 6 – “When my friend Destiny shares her toys and snacks with me while we are playing, that is love.

Ritu is a working mother who has two adorable children.

She shares her experiences on, “What love means to kids”  in an awesome blog post. Her post was inspired by a question she asked her two children on what love meant to them.

Her children gave very creative  responses.

In answering the question, they imaginatively expressed themselves by drawing pictures, writing posts and some very heart warming poetry. She starts her fabulous blog post by telling us: 

“I asked my children what love meant, and both of them, at separate times, mad faces at me, and went “Yuck!” Typical reactions for an 11 and 9-year-old! Love = boys/girls = kissing. Of course, that’s ‘yuck’ to them! After a little more explanation, the best we came up with was this; Lil Man There” ……. 

via Day 17 #Loveuary ❤ What Does Love Mean to Kids — But I Smile Anyway…

To read the Full Blog Post, please click the Link above

As we help children learn how to love wholesomely, we should remember to teach them the 1 Corinthians 13Bible definition of love which I summarized as:

Love is patient

Love is kind.

Love does not envy

Love is not boastful

Love is not puffed up

Love does not act improperly

Love is not selfish

Love is not provoked

Love thinks no evil

Love does not keep a record of wrongs

Love takes no pleasure in wrongdoing, but has joy in what is true

Love bears all things

Love believes all things

Love hopes all things

Love endures all things

Love never fails

 

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

Hannah

Female Names Based On Love Starting With Letter A

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Female Names Based On Love Starting With Letter A.



We all have a name. Names are powerful. Some people have said Names determine destiny and, “follow people.” Anyhow, since love is a powerful and beautiful emotion I went in search of names inspired by love from various countries and languages in the World. Below, I share 40 of my Favorite female names starting with Letter A. In case you are searching for Baby names or want to change your own name, this may just be inspiration you need.


Ahava Origin - Hebrew Meaning - Dearly loved Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

 Ahava

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Dearly loved


Adhelle

Origin: Germany
Meaning: Lovely or Happy


Aimee

Origin: France
Meaning: Beloved friend


Amabelle

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Loveable


Anuraga

Origin: India
Meaning: Love
 


Ai - Origin - Japan Meaning - Love Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Ai

Origin: Japan
Meaning: Love


Alvernia

 Origin: Germany
Meaning: Dearly loved
 


Ahuda

Origin: Hebrew
Meaning: Dearly loved


Amala

Origin: Arabia
Meaning: Beloved


Amadea - Origin - Latin-America Meaning - Loved by God - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

 Amadea

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Loved by God


 Aiko

Origin: Japan
Meaning: Little loved one
 


Anuragini

Origin: India
Meaning: Beloved


Aruba

Origin: Arabia
Meaning: Loves her husband


Asthore

Origin: Ireland
Meaning: Loved one
 


Amia Origin - France Meaning - Beloved - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Amia

Origin: France
Meaning: Beloved


Adabel

Origin: Germany
Meaning: Lovely or Happy


Alijiah

Origin: Africa
Meaning: Woman of love


Amadis

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Love of God


Aroha - Origin - Hawaii Meaning - Love - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Aroha

Origin: Hawaii
Meaning: Love


Amorita

 Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Beloved


Akanke

 Origin: Africa
Meaning: To know her is to love her 


Adora

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Beloved


Amanda Origin - Latin-America Meaning - Worthy of love - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Amanda

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Worthy of love


Amata

Origin: France
Meaning: Dearly loved


Alayziah

 Origin: America
Meaning: An undying love


Anwell

Origin: Celtic
Meaning: Beloved


Amora - Origin - Spain Meaning - Love - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Amora

Origin: Spain
Meaning: Love


Amedee

 Origin: France
Meaning: Loves God


 Amory

Origin: America
Meaning: Loved one


Amorina

Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Love


Alvina

Origin: Germany
Meaning: Beloved and noble friend
 


Amy - Origin - France Meaning - Dearly beloved - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Amy

Origin: France
Meaning: Dearly beloved


Amada

 Origin: Spain
Meaning: Beloved
 


Amoretta

 Origin: Latin-America
Meaning: Little love


Amicia

 Origin: France
Meaning: Dearly loved
 


Arete - Origin - Greece Meaning - Gracefully lovely - Female Names Based On Love Social Media Square Image

Arete

Origin: Greece
Meaning: Gracefully lovely


Amadora

 Origin: Italy
Meaning: The gift of love


Astolat

 Origin: Ireland
Meaning: Loved one


Anchoret

Origin: England
Meaning: Loved


Angharad

Origin: Wales
Meaning: Much loved



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