I really Enjoyed last night’s prayer meeting in church. The worship was great and the prayer was great. We prayed for a lot of people and also for what is happening in Japan at this time.

For prayer last night we went up and down the rows, taking a minute each to pray for something or someone. This reminded me of what it was like the first time I ever prayed in public. As each person finished their prayer, it was a prayer closer to me. I sat praying the meeting would be over before it reached me, it didn’t. I prayed for about 30 seconds, so fast it was incoherent. After the meeting though, I felt good. I had prayed for the first time in a meeting.

This morning I got a phone call from a guy in our meeting last night who prayed for the first time. He loved it. He felt good that he had participated in a prayer meeting.

It is those wee things that make the difference, seeing others grow in their relationship with God. That’s what it is all about.

The following always make me laugh, it is prayers that were once prayed by kids………

Dear God: Please send a new baby for Mommy. The new baby you sent last week cries too much. Debbie, 7

Dear God: Who did you make smarter? Boys or girls? My sister and I want to know. Jimmy, 6

Dear God: How many angels are there in heaven? I would like to be the first kid in my class to know the answer. Norma, 8

Dear God: This is my prayer. Could you please give my brother some brains. So far he doesn’t have any. Angela, 8

Dear Lord: Thank you for the nice day today. You even fooled the TV weather man. Hank, 7

Dear God: Please bring me a new brother. The one I got socks me all the time. Agnes, 6

Dear God: Please help me is school. I need help in spelling, adding, history, geography and writing. I don’t need help in anything else. Lois, 9

Dear God: Do you have any helpers in Heaven? I would like to be one of Your helpers in Heaven when I have summer vacation. Natalie, 7

Dear Lord; Tomorrow is my birthday. Could you please put a rainbow in the sky? Susan, 9

Dear God: I need a raise in my allowance. Could you have one of your angels tell my father. Thank you. David, 7

Dear God; I am saying my prayers for me and my brother, Billy, because Billy is six months old and he can’t do anything but sleep and wet his diapers. Diane, 8

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