Been awhile since I shared one of these forwarded emails, but this one made me chuckle…
Groaners: Three Prayers
1. Here’s one direct from my son who at four years old had started attending a Christian daycare. The evening of his
third day there, he insisted on saying “grace” at dinner. This was his prayer:
“Gone is great! Gone is good! Let us spank him for our food.
(By Kas Healy)
2. One particular four-year-old prayed:
“And forgive us our trash baskets as we forgive those who put trash in our baskets.”
3. A teacher was drilling his young students on the Westminster Confession of Faith. The first question in the
catechism is “What is the chief end of man?” The answer: “To glorify God and enjoy Him forever.”
One youngster seemed quite sure of himself as he anxiously waved his hand for recognition.
When the teacher called his name, he proudly blurted out,
“The chief end of man is to glorify God and annoy Him forever!”
He was possibly more right than we’d care to admit.
Here’s one of my favorite songs on Prayer: