Wednesday, December 10, 2008

At bedtime tonight

Little Prince said the prayer:

"Dear Heavenly Father. Hey, Jesus! Please bless that we won't get any bad guys in our house. And if the bad guys come, please shake the earth so they will fall down and die. The end. Thank you. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen."

Well, then. I will sleep in peace.


14 comments:

Abra said...

That is hilarious! I love when little kids pray, it's awesome!

Annette Lyon said...

Phew. That must be a relief. :)

Harmony said...

Why can't we ALL say it that plainly... we're all thinking it...

Kristina P. said...

So pure and simple.

The Prices said...

AWESOME!

charrette said...

Awesome. I wish he'd been at our house last night. I heard the dog bark and couldn't get back to sleep because i was just SURE I heard someone trying to break in.

A long time ago when I taught Sunbeams I had a kid that prayed every week: "Bless James Bond to get all the bad guys." That always amused me.

Lara said...

That is the best prayer I have ever heard.

Jen said...

I think his "shake the earth" plan is pretty swift. If there are any earthquakes around there tonight, you'll know you were saved from some really bad guys.

Brooke said...

Oh, I love that prayer! I love it when my kids pray for random things. I love how he said "hey, Jesus!" like they were buddies he just saw yesterday. So cute.

JustRandi said...

What a cutie! I like a kid with a plan!

Kimberly said...

Ah, the faith of a child!

Emma uses prayer's to tell Jesus and Heavenly Father whenever mummy yells. Oi.

Bridget said...

That is SO cute! "Hey Jesus!" is awesome.

LisAway said...

What a fantastic prayer. It sounds like he is calling on the God he hears scripture stories about who intervenes for the good guys in all sorts of fantastic ways, so why not an earthquake? Super cute.

(BTW I refuse to believe this is the first time I've visited your blog. It simply cannot be. I was certain I'd dropped by a time or two, but I don't believe I have, even though zou read almost all the blogs I do!

Mike and Jen said...

That is so great!!! Love hearing your stories - all the joys and pains of life in another country and life with kids. Thanks for sharing!