Tuesday, September 11, 2007

It was a day that changed our nation

As the memories from 6 years ago return today, may each of us remember and pray for all those affected by the events, six years ago, in New York, Pennsylvania and Washington DC.

I'm sure we can remember the moment when we heard about the attacks in NY and the planes down in PA and at the Pentagon.

I know we can still reach out to others, showing God's love for all. We can have faith and hope in Him and share His love with those around us. We need to fill our children with faith and love because we don't know what the future holds. We need to give them the hope and strength that only our Heavenly Father can comfort us with.

Moms - today, let us share how we can fill our children with love for others. What can we do today, in the lives of our children, to affect their future?

I know one way - to pray. If you haven't visisted this parent's prayer blog, please do - and pray together with us, for our children.

Let us remember those who gave their lives and let us never forget.


diana said...

i totally agree, leigh ann. i also wrote a post on this subject. i have a feeling there will be a lot of them today.

i'm heading over to your prayer blog right now.

Lori said...

Great post. I also agree with you.
What a sad tradgedy.
Heading to your prayer blog now too.

Penless Thoughts said...

Great post and reminder, Leigh Ann.

Alycia said...

What a thoughtful post. I also wrote today about 9/11. It changed our world in many ways. Blessings

Short Stop said...

Great post today. There are so many lesson to be learned from 9-11, not the least of them is our need for our Savior!

Just Mom said...


kdwhorses said...

A beautiful post. I know I have not forgotten 911, it touched everyone. I do pray for the families of the loved ones that were killed that day. What a tragedy, it does seem just like yesterday. I will check out the prayer blog. Thanks for your words!
God Bless!

Anonymous said...

I heard a little boy talking to his mom today about 9-11. He was so upset and trying to explain to her what took place. He began crying as he talked about the lost firemen. His little heart was breaking at the thought of firemen dying to save others. His mother couldn't even begin to explain "why". His little brother was not even born when this all happened.

It's history now, but never will it be forgotten...