Friday, December 6, 2013

Singular Focus

    My two year old granddaughter was here over Thanksgiving. She's so precious. My daughter said she had been talking about coming to see Mema and Papa for days. She cried when she got home because she had to leave us. But while she was here, everything we tried to do for her or with her she said "Let Mommy do it"; over and over we heard "Let Mommy do it".
    You have to admire her singular focus. Her focus was on the one who loves her the most and the one who she loves the most. Her focus was on the one who takes care of her every need, the one who protects her from every harm, and the one who will always keep her in her heart.
    Sound Familiar? Jesus is the one who is all that to me and I need to keep Him in singular focus.
"You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in You, all whose thoughts are fixed on You," Isaiah 26:3.


  1. Hi Peggy, great post! Very beautiful and right to the point!
    Let us keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith!
    Your're in my prayers, Ashley :)

  2. Oh how cute!
    Our youngest granddaughter thinks we live at the North Pole...Because where we live in Michigan is often referred to as "Up North"!
    You've made a very good point about making Jesus our singular focus.
    When our children grow up they lose this focus on us...But we should never lose it when it is set on God.
    ~Blessings and love~

  3. I love her singular focus. If only my singular focus would remain Jesus. Thank you for stopping by Heart Choices and leaving your comment.

    Blessings and love,