"And he arose and came to his father. But when he was still a great way off, his father saw him and had compassion, and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him." Luke 15:20

Moms, Jesus wants our prodigals to come home even more than we do. Don't ever give up praying that the Holy Spirit will break the bondage of Satan and change their hearts.

If you are a prodigal reading this post, I want you to know that Jesus loves you more than you can believe. He is as close as a prayer and will run to you as soon as you turn, coming back to Him.

Blessings to you and your family,


  1. What a powerful video to go with that touching song! I would love to use it with a post I am doing about my prodigal.

    You are so right that we can NEVER give up praying for out wanderers. God reminds us that He never gives up on us, so how can we as earthly parents ever cease praying for our children?

    As usual, your post really blessed me and was the very thing I needed to see this morning before going to church. Thank you, Carolyn!

  2. Thank you, Carolyn for this post. I find so much comfort in knowing that God loves and wants to fellowship with my son more than I do. That amazes me because I can't imagine being about to love or long anymore.

    I will never give up on Brandon...I will pray and believe until there is not a breath left in my body. I know that God will honor this.

    Say a prayer for me today...home sick.


  3. Carolyn,
    I am holding on to every promise God has given me for my son. I will hold on to every encouraging words that have been spoken by you,my friend.

    Thank you for your prayers,

  4. Good Morning, Carolyn!

    I pray you are having a blessed day today. I wanted to let you know that I have an award waiting for you over at my "place"...come on by and pick it up.


  5. Hi Carolyn,
    I am so happy i found your blog. I actually found it through my Pastor's wife blog Your write very inspiring things. I can see Jesus in them :-)I love the video!


Thank you for sharing your comments. They are words of encouragement not only for me, but for others who stop by. I would love to pray with you for your unsaved family and share your praise reports as well. Blessings, Carolyn