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Power of a Child's Touch
by Virginia Gorg
05/16/06
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The Power of a Child’s Touch

As is our regular practice, my husband and I pray before meals. With our daughter and her family living with us for a while, the grandchildren (ages two and four) are beginning to learn how to pray.

We say a simple prayer that is easy for them to understand. “Thank you Jesus for this food, and for our family, too.” We hold hands and bow our heads; we find the oldest grandchild does the same thing.

Last week, we sat down to eat, the two-year old to my right. As we prepared to pray, the thought ran through my head that Austin was too young. Head bowed, I felt an insistent tapping on my arm. I looked over at Austin and he held out his hand, smiling at me. I was amazed. We prayed together, all four of us holding hands, and the two children then clapped their hands in glee.

When Jesus saw that I did not originally include Austin in prayer time, He was indignant. He said: “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these” (Mark 10:14). I am also reminded of Matthew 18:3, “I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” Jesus used Austin to show me that I must become like a little child.

Never underestimate the power of your children and grandchildren seeing you pray. They will learn a life-saving habit.

I am humbled. And I am forgiven.


© 2006 Virginia Lutz



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Julie Pisacane 11 Jun 2006
Amen . I loved this piece and we can learn so much from these tender little hearts running around us ! God bless you always and keep writing . Blessings, Julie Pisacane
Edy T Johnson  16 May 2006
What a lovely experience to turn into a devotional! Just goes to show it isn't children who have to become adults to enter the Kingdom, but the other way around! Thanks for sharing the warmth!




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