Sunday, January 23, 2011

Conversation

Ellery, Street, and I were in the car after church and we had a little conversation that went like this.

Ellery: "Mom, did you know that Jesus healed a blind man?"

Mom: "Yes, he did. Isn't that amazing? Did y'all talk about that during Sunday school today?"

Ellery: "Yes. But mom, did you know that he still does this today? He still can heal people that like can't see or walk."

Mom: "You are right. He still can do this today."

Ellery: "Like Pricey, mom. He can see but he can't walk or talk. Mom, the Lord knows when he is going to heal Pricey. He KNOWS momma."

Mom: (with tears starting to form) "Yes. Did y'all talk about Price during Sunday school?"

Ellery: "No we didn't. I just know that the Lord knows when he is going to heal Price."

13 comments:

Amanda said...

No words. Just tears. Wow.

cindy gatewood said...

That girl is doing some serious
talking about God...she told
me about the "mandants" the
other night. She knows her
stuff!
=)

Ashley Moses said...

WOW! So powerful. What a smart little girl! I couldn't get through all of this without tears. Prayers still coming your way for Price :)

Tabaitha Kaye said...

Definitely a conversation that you will never forget. Such a beautiful moment.

Tiffany said...

Such a sweet and powerful conversation.

The Fab 4 said...

Tears!!! He does KNOW! She is one smart little girl :)

Lindsay Wagner said...

sweet little girl speaking wisdom....love it!

Allison Cattan said...

Faith like a child. So precious.

Paige said...

I love this, and I love that little girl.

A is for Audrey said...

i love this. so glas you shared it.

Janice said...

God's blessings to you as you are a blessing to others!
Aunt Janice

nadiarey said...

Hi, oh this is precious!!
That girls is smart, but its true... Faith to move mountain! (i dont remember the hole thing in english)
You have prayers from Panama!

shannonmichaelis said...

Way behind on blogs. Just tears in my eyes. I love it when the Lord uses our children to speak truth to us. Faith like a child.

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