Thursday, December 3, 2015

A Bedtime Story for A New Day

Every child likes bedtime story. Good stories inspire the imagination and create a sense of drama and suspense. The story is as old as the Bible and as new as ordering a book published.

There are many different types of sleeping stories, but the best is a story that mom and dad can read to their children; a story that grandparents can share with their grandchildren. Every good story invites readers to ask the question, "What comes next?" So, too, a good bedtime story intrigues readers, helps them sleep better, and get them excited to welcome the new day when they wake up.

Today, many people live in fear. Boys and girls trapped in a negative way of thinking because they hear stories of violence and terrorism that destroys human relationships. These stories feed on a misunderstanding, intolerance and hatred - plodding along like dinosaurs that trample millions in the wake of their steps to create a world of fear, anxiety and darkness. It's time to light of a new day-to-day understanding, peace, and love in our world. It is time to respect the dignity of each person is unique differences that make the creation of what God intended it to be. Maybe we woke up the day when we celebrate the richness of our diversity.

A new book, The Rainbow Chronicles: A Bedtime Story for a new day to offer positive alternatives. Father and children, mothers and children can read this book and create a story that grows into something beautiful. Our world needs people young and old to share the beauty and splendor join everyone. Our world requires positive examples of adults to be role models to inspire young people to live a life full of happiness, positive. Our world requires faith, prayer, and the efforts of young people to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, such as Tulip petals dark purple, so that future generations will wake a better day.

We are called to be the residence of the end of the Rainbow. Each of us is invited to accept the throne of the Almighty in our hearts. No matter what belief system, physical appearance, gender, age, family background, race or ethnic heritage, whether married or single, I encourage you to make a difference both in how you and your family to touch the lives of others through loving actions.

So, what will happen next? More dinosaurs or more flowers? Desert or garden? In many ways, it's up to you! Be sure to buy, read, and act based on this book. You may bring the end of the Rainbow home for yourself, family, neighborhood, and community, places of worship, and yes, to the ends of our earth. Perhaps you are trying to help others write The Rainbow Chronicles in their lives. Perhaps breathe almighty, the Holy Spirit, always whisper love in and through you.

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