I lift tomorrow up to you. Thank you for such an amazing Spring Break. I know that not all my students had such a wonderful time. You know what they have been though this past week and a half. You know what they saw, what they did, what they were exposed to.
Only you know if they had enough to eat.
I pray that you would take away any fears they might have about coming back tomorrow. I pray my classroom would be a safe haven for all my students. A place for kids to catch their breath. Know they are cared about. Seen. And heard.
Lord, I only have one more quarter with them. I pray that you would use me mightily in their lives. What do they need to know? What do they need to hear? I pray that you would make it so clear to me how to love and encourage each of the students you have entrusted to me.
I pray that I would make the most of every single day. Please don’t let me fall into the countdown trap.
Thank you that you love my students more that I can fathom. I pray that they would fall in love with you and grow up to be world changers.