Tonight I read "Daughter of a King" by Rachel Ann Nunes. In the end she goes to live with her father in a crystal palace. I told my kids that if the story continued she would speak with the king and he would show her the ways he had been there with her all along, and she would recognize the helpers he sent and the gifts he had given to make her life and her family's comfortable and happy. Then I realised and told my kids that what's important is not only will we live with The King, we already live in a palace, built especially for us by The King, only this palace can sing, laugh, dance, run, eat, hear, read, write, etc. I wept as I felt and saw the reality of this! I reminded them that the King visits his palace and speaks with us, and that we get to have his spirit to be with us. I let them know that at the store I had many things I wanted to buy, but I chose this book because more than anything I want them to know that they are sons and daughters of a King and that He can be with them. Is there room in your palace for the King?
Liz King Bradley
Energy Coach and Speaker for Finding the truth in YOU!