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Greetings in may

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations. ” Jeremiah 1:5 NIV

Birds are chirping outside the window, ivy, chestnuts are blooming… 

This month is special. Especially the fact that we are celebrating two wonderful holidays. In May we celebrate Mother’s Day and Family Day. This holiday always reminds us of our roots. The roots from which we originated, in which we grew and developed. How much are we willing to talk about our roots? 

The book of Jeremiah teaches us that God has already chosen us in the body of an individual—our mothers. He knew us even before our parents had any idea about the family addition. It seems so impossible, but at the same time it is a reality. God created a family that unites a woman and a man. He decided to form a new fruit in this relationship. The fruit is the child that God has entrusted to the family. He trusts to love, cherish and teach him. It all sounds so simple, but it’s actually quite different. First, we are all children of God! He created us in His image, but each one is individual and special. Only then trust us to our parents, our family. The family has a huge responsibility to raise, educate and educate each of these children and prepare them for life. I want to say that there is a double great responsibility, because, living in a physical family, we remain and will remain children of God at every stage of our life. 

Knowing that God created and blessed me before my parents even thought about it draws my gaze even more to Him, closer to Him. I am His daughter and He is my Father. He, like my parents, is with me in my thoughts and actions. I am honored to carry His name to the people and remind us that everyone is a child of God wherever we go! 

How often do you think that without physical parents, your father is primarily God?