Last Sunday morning, while we were at prayer, two little boys came to our door. We told them that Sunday is our day of prayer, and we have no activities. They wanted to come in and pray with us. We welcomed them into the chapel and began to tell them about Jesus and how much we love Him, how He loves them, and how we see Him in them. After, we asked them to ask Jesus for what they needed and/or wanted from Jesus, because Jesus loves them so much. They went up by the tabernacle and stood so reverently before Jesus for a few moments. To watch them was a real meditation of humility and reverence. After those few moments, we asked them what they asked Jesus. Jim had asked Jesus for a backpack, notebooks and pencils. Donaldson asked Jesus for a peanut and jelly sandwich because he was hungry.
I wonder what the kids in the U.S. pray for?