Our 8 year old daughter, Rebekah, was given a digital camera for Christmas,
and we quickly discovered it came without a memory card.
Big brother Jon remembered he had an old one kicking around his room.
Beka had a thrill when I downloaded her first batch of pictures.
Look what we found!
Little Baby Brookie
Isn’t she adorable?
Isn’t she a good eater?
I wonder if rice cereal is a beauty treatment?
Do ya’ think it keeps away baby acne?
She still loves her deet-dee. (pacifier)
And she’s still adorable.
It instantly brought us back to the time when she was so small,
she fit doll clothes and when she smelled like a baby.
I love the smell of baby!
She loved to be held.
Now, a busy 3 year old, she might let you hold her occasionally,
when she isn’t pretending that her Build A Bear Monkey won’t stop climbing on her,
when she isn’t busy exploring with Dora,
when the “westwant” in her playroom isn’t open to serve plastic pizza,
when she isn’t coloring another picture for “du fwidge.”
We were mostly thrilled that pictures that once were
Don’t those words just send spiritual shivers through your body?
Or, did you skip the shivers and go straight to singing?
“Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.”
Luke 15 is all about lost and found things.
The shepherd went after one lost sheep, although he had 100.
Luke 15:7 And Jesus said,
“…there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner
who repents than over ninety-nine just persons
who need no repentance.
The woman went after one lost coin, although she had ten.
v. 10 “… there is joy in the presence of the angels of God
over one sinner who repents.”
The father longed after one lost son, although he had two.
v. 32 “for your brother was dead and is alive again,
and was lost and is found.”
The Father sent His Son on a lost and found mission.
For the Son of Man has come to seek
and to save that which was lost.”
I was found in 1982.
When were you found?