I will lead them down a new path, guiding them along an unfamiliar way. I will brighten the darkness before them and smooth out the road ahead of them. Yes, I will indeed do these things; I will not forsake them. -Isaiah 42:16
God spoke to Samuel when he was just a small child. David was only a shepherd boy when he slew Goliath in Gods name. Mary was a young teenager when she became the mother of the Messiah. God never discounted anyone because of their youth, for they are powerful instruments in the Masters hands.
Young people that accept the gift of salvation and choose to walk a Christian path, are not shielded from the world, are not exempt from the trials of life but they will never face it alone. They can march forward with no fear of tomorrow, of the decisions ahead, of what lies on the other side of dark times. Childlike faith is their strength, enabling them to mount up with wings as eagles run, and not be weary walk, and not faint [Isaiah 40:31].
How excited we are for the unmarked journey that lay ahead for graduates, bounded only by Gods promises, and always guided by His love.