Audrey Roloff Birth class

Audrey and Jeremy Roloff are expecting their first child in a month. Even though their daughter hasn’t been born yet, she is already surrounded by love.

The “Little People, Big World” couple live their Christian faith in a public way. Rather than shy away from it, they embrace it. They have already taken the time to promote stronger marriages, perhaps in light of Jeremy’s parents’ divorce.

In addition to that, Audrey shared a prayer for her unborn daughter on Instagram. The words are heartfelt and beautifully written. It is an expression of sincere love for her daughter as Audrey hopes that she grows up to love Christ.

My daily prayer for our baby girl: “Father God, thank you for the blessing of being able to carry and care for this child of yours. I recognize that you are the author of life and your timing is so perfect. Thank you for bringing this sweet baby girl into our lives in your perfect timing and according to your perfect will. Thank you for knitting her together so beautifully and uniquely in my womb (Psalm 139:13). Jesus, I ask that you would bring her into this world healthy and strong, and with red curly hair;) Lord thank you for giving me a husband, and her a father, who will lead her, teach her, and love her with everything he’s got. Thank you for equipping and refining Jeremy in preparation for raising our daughter together. Lord, I pray that our baby girl would be born into this world blameless and innocent, a child of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, where she would shine as a light in this world, holding fast to the word of life, so that in the day of Christ she may be proud that she did not run in vain or labor in vain (Philippians 2:15-16). Lord protect her with your full armor the moment she comes into this world, and give her your spirit from the moment she is born. I pray that she would come to know how deep and wide, unconditional and unending, your love is for her (Ephesians 3:18).Lord may she be a fiercely burning light, driving out darkness wherever she is (John 1:5). May she be like an arrow (Psalm 127:4) shot out into this world with purpose to accomplish the work you have for her to do. Lord may she be a compassionate, creative, and courageous daughter, full of joy and overflowing with peace. Give her a strong sense of discernment and good judgment so that she will not be easily deceived. Bless her with iron friendships – friendships that will refine her and sharpen her. I ask for your favor over her life Lord. May she be a Godly woman who leads others to the foot of the cross and loves them the whole way there…” read full prayer on my blog #alwaysmore #journeyofjerandauj pc: @dawn_photo #beating50percent #stayingido @beating50

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That prayer is incredibly poignant. But, in this era of feeling offended, some “Little People, Big World” fans took exception to this mother’s prayer. While the overwhelming majority of people loved it, there were some naysayers who felt personally hurt by Audrey’s words.

Casey Lorraine wrote, “I don’t really consider this generation, MY generation, to be crooked or twisted, especially since we are all ‘children of God’, but it’s a nice prayer nonetheless.”

“Crooked and twisted generation..ouch,” one follower responded.

Apparently, even a mother’s prayer for her daughter is bound to hurt some feelings. Thankfully, the Roloffs don’t seek approval from naysayers as their motivation for doing what is right.

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