Here’s what I learned from prodigal teeth

Dr. Grant MullenI am significant 5 Comments

Teeth are usually silent and dependable

Mine were like unruly children!

They needed firm correction.

I had to take action.

And God taught me a lesson in the experience.

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Comments 5

  1. Dr. Grant: This is such a great example of how God transforms us, if we are willing to put ourselves in His hands (dental chair) and let Him do what He knows is required and will do it if we take Him at His word and allow Him to do the work. But I must confess when I read the title, I was hoping for a message on Prodigal adult children. Any words for us parents who get fickle in our reactions as to what we see from them versus the odd encouragement from the Lord?

  2. That’s a good one! Sometimes we have to be patient with ourselves, as well as with others! Glad we have a long suffering God!

  3. very encouraging, thank you for validating this slow process for me – so well said, look back a few years and notice what God has done.
    Thank you, Grant.

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