Tuesday, May 20, 2008

I'm going to seek His face, by fearing the Lord and keeping His commandments, for this is the whole of man.

Ah. This weekend I had the most wonderful, God-honoring graduation ceremony. It was truly a sight to behold, and I wanted to share some of it with our readers here at Stay-At-Home Daughters.

If nothing else, fast-forward to the message. It's about 25 minutes in.

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Click here for the audio of the ceremony.

Wow. I was speechless and overwhelmingly grateful to God when I heard the message preached on Saturday. The graduation ceremony was much more meaningful than I had expected and the message was given so straight-forward, and so eloquently that everyone listening had no means to contradict.

Our pastor gave Scripture to support everything he was saying, and praised the high-calling of women to be wives and mothers. No one could have thought of giving me grief about my decision to forgo college after that.

Since there was also a young man graduating this year, our pastor also preached on the role of the man as leader.

It was truly amazing. I’m grateful to God for such a wonderful church family, and wonderful parents who care enough to bring their children up in the fear and admonition of the Lord.

My mother, Lady Why, also put up a wonderful post about it on her blog. And my sister, Poppy, posted pictures.

While on this topic... Carmon, over at Buried Treasure, also re-posted a very timely article just yesterday on her blog. Head on over and take a look!

3 comments:

Anna Naomi said...

I listened to a lot of the audio, and it sounds like a great service! Congratulations on graduating!

It's great that you will be staying home in preparation for wife and motherhood! That's what I wanted to do, but by following my dad's advice, it seems as though God has other plans. May you have a great and blessed time continuing to learn at home!

SavedGirl said...

Dear Flibby,

Happy Graduation! My older brother graduated a few weeks ago. It was nice and small and very honoring to the Lord.

simplysanctified said...

Oh, congratulations! May the Lord bless you in all your endeavors as your continue to serve Him!!!