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God has always used my oldest daughter to humble myself towards him. One example is one January, when she was a preschooler, she was roaming the house singing “Joy to the World.” When I asked myself why she was singing it, God replied to me, “Isn’t that what you are supposed to always be singing?”

A couple weeks after this, the year that we moved to North Carolina from Maryland, it was actually snowing, and she ran up and bear hugged my leg, pleading “Thank you for the snow!” When I told her that I didn’t make it snow, God did. She replied with “I know! I was saying it to God. He feels the hug because he lives in your heart.”

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