Once again I have been humbled by my kids. This weekend we moved the majority of our things over to our new house. It didn’t work out to move it the weekend we actually move because we didn’t have help to do it. My cousin Angie and her family kept all three kids over the weekend so we could move as much as possible without having to feed and put kids to bed and out of trouble. I picked them up Monday morning and I warned Maddie that the apartment would be different. I warned her that our things are at the new house but that there were still a few toys to play with and we have beds to sleep on.
Maddie walked into the living room and exclaimed, “What!” She then went into all the other rooms and in each room exclaimed, “what!” When she got to her room she said the same What!, but then she saw her bed and said, “oh, my bed!” She then went about playing with Naomi and Titus with the few toys we do have here.
It hasn’t fazed Titus and Naomi that our sofa and recliner are not in the living, they haven’t noticed that our dinning room table isn’t were it should be. What they have noticed is that they have a few toys, each other to play with, and Mommy and daddy are here.
Lesson learned, life isn’t what you have, life is who you have! This is actually a biblical truth. Everything including my life could be taken from me and life still boils down to who I know, not what I have! Life is about knowing Jesus Christ, who saves us from our sins, who has covered me with His blood!
Life isn’t about what you have, but who you have!