If you’re like me—middle aged or older—this girl talk week is for you. We’re going to suggest some great deals for “older” women (Titus 2:3-5).
I have two dear, long-time friends—Betsy and Nancy—who are fellow “older” women; each of us is a grandmother with only one or two children still at home. Once a month we try to meet for fellowship, and I treasure these times.
We often talk about how different our life is now than when our children were small. We aren’t interrupted all day with needs, requests, demands. We can start a task and finish it. We can talk in complete sentences. We can think one thought at a time. We can expect our day to go pretty much as we planned.
So we try to use this season to pray more.
We each feel a responsibility to pray more, particularly for our families. My father’s mother had fifty grandchildren and she prayed for each of them, by name, every day. I want to follow her example. And so, each day, I seek God on behalf of my husband, daughters and son, my sons-in-law, my grandsons and my granddaughters.
We also want to study Scripture more.
A few weeks ago we covered this in detail. And I want to encourage all of us to:
My friends and I love to talk about how God is answering our prayers and teaching us through His Word. We are so grateful for this season, and these best of deals!