I've been thinking what topic to do next and I decided to do one on the kids in Mexico. Kids don't really change that much from country to country. They have different responsibilities and expectations but really, kids will be kids no matter if they live in the frozen tundras of Siberia or the steamy rainforests of Brazil.
I've heard it said eyes are the windows to the soul. You can tell so much about someone by looking in their eyes. I love latino kids because their eyes are so huge and dark. Enjoy the following pictures. They are just random kids of whom I don't know most of their names. But the neat thing is that the Lord knows and loves every one.
The Lord has given me a love for latino kids. Well, all kids actually, but especially little Mexicans. I have written in earlier posts about a Mexican migrant family that lives near our house. They have 4 little boys and I pick them up for Sunday School. What fun car rides! I also visit a lady, Rosa and her two little girls every other week. The 4 year old and I have such fun playing together.
I don't know how God will use this love in my future. Maybe a childrens' home or orphanage somewhere. These kids are the future. We need to bring them up in the fear and admonition of the Lord. So many are abandoned with no hope or future unless we do something. Be praying that the Lord will open your eyes and heart to the need and to possibilites of being used by Him for His glory and the furtherance of the Kingdom. Thanks for reading. Dios les bendiga!
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