Tuesday, May 15, 2007

AMEN!!

At dinner Chloe asked if she could pray and so Caleb said, "Sure Chloe, I'll help you. First tell Jesus thank you for your food." Chloe pipes up with her eyes squished tight and little hands folded in front of her, "You're welcome, Jesus." I had to laugh, I wonder how often Jesus is told You're Welcome!!! Guess we'll keep working on the praying thing!!

18 comments:

Olivia said...

that is to sweet! The innocence of a child...
:0)

Mr.Brian said...

Priceless!!! That is so sweet!!!!

Carrie said...

How great that she asked to pray and so courteously too :) So sweet!

nikki said...

How I would love to be around your dinner table...soooo sweet.
I think God is smiling over the fact that His sweet Chloe just wants to talk to him (no matter what she has to say!)

Steffie B. said...

Sounds like she has great manners to me! lol

Debbie said...

Now that's friggin funny!!!!

Gotta love the mouths of babes.

eggrolls and chopsticks said...

ahhh, so sweet.

LaLa said...

Too sweet!!!

Sandra said...

That is so very sweet!

kris said...

That is innocence at it's very best. I bet Jesus loved hearing that very special "You're welcome"... I guess most especially when you look at what that really means- you are welcome- here, in my heart, in my life.
You know?

Carey said...

Too cute! I love to hear little ones pray.

GWEN OATSVALL said...

adorable !!! emily has got the "God Our Father" prayer down pat .. we have assigned days at our house because once they all three were praying and the food was getting cold while we all took turns ... hee hee. so now no matter where we are the kids goes whose day is it ...hee hee

Mommy Spice said...

Well that's the sweetest thing. What a precious little heart!!

Emmie said...

aww...what a cutie!

Emmie said...

aww...what a cutie!

Monica said...

What a profound glimpse into the world of a little one! I suspect that Jesus was delighted even more than her mommy and daddy were!

8)

Eileen said...

Lindsey's prayer always starts out: "I love my food, and it's goooood...." and then goes on to list things that we're eating and says thanks. But it always starts out with the same "I love my food and it's gooooood" in a sweet little voice.

Kimber said...

Catching up on your blog this morning and enjoying each and every post. I LOVE that she said your welcome!

Once we had our Catholic priest over to dinner. My son volunteereed to say the blessing. He was in pre-school at a local Temple because there was no Cathopilc pre-school. He leaned over, covered his eyes and started praying IN HEBREW (the hamotzi).

These are the moments we need to write down so we don't forget.

When you are harvesting your crops and forget to bring in a bundle of grain from your field, don't go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigners, orphans and widows. Then the LORD your God will bless you in all you do.
~Deuteronomy 24:19

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