John JohnDec. 13th was my 6 yr. old son’s birthday. He wanted an “incredible Hulk” birthday. Therefore, he picked out an incredible Hulk cake and toy when we went to the store on his birthday. I do not personally care for the “incredible Hulk”; however, it was his only request so I consented. Well, a week or so went by and I was told by one of his siblings that he was having nightmares about the Hulk smashing him. So, I asked him do you want to get rid of toy and he said “no.”

Well, I thought for a moment and then I asked John a question. I asked him did he believe the “Incredible Hulk” could get saved by Jesus Christ and end his angry ways. My 6 yr. old smiled and said “yes!” Well, we joined hands and prayed for the “Hulk”. We asked God to help him with his smashing and anger issues. I am happy to say, it has been a few weeks now and no more bad dreams to report. I asked John the other day if he had any more bad dreams and he said no. I asked him did he still believe the “Hulk” could get saved and he smiled and said ‘yes!”

I truly believe that even impossible prayers can be answered in people’s lives and especially with children. My 6 year old believes in prayer, even with a fictional character.  He also prays for many of you that he knows or hasn’t seen in a while, in our devotion time.

So, let me ask you, do you believe in the “impossible” prayer? Do you believe that God can save and change that difficult person or circumstance in your life? I do and Little John does too.

Mat 19:26 Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible”.

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