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Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting in US Northeast Kids Summer Retreat

On Aug 21, 2017 06:28 PM EDT
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting
Graceful Kids Prayer Meeting

Following a wonderful and graceful Opening Service for US Northeast Kids Summer Retreat with meditating about "Zacchaeus the Tax Collector", pastor Zechariah from Elim Center HQ led all kids and their parents to enter God's love and to know more deeply about God's love with an earnest heart.

Kids of all ages above two years old joined this Summer Retreat Opening Service and prayer meeting. During the prayer meeting, kids really want to taste God's love deeply with the prophecies from God through pastor Zechariah. Some kids kneeled down before God, and some kids put their faces between their knees. They really want God to enter their inner heart at that time. They really hope that they can see God's face just because they want to build a closer relationship with God on their own, not by dependence on other people such as parents and teachers.    

In the prayer meeting, some parents joined it as well and they really want to be a sycamore-fig tree to help kids to know Jesus more and see Jesus clearly.

Some teachers and Elim staff prayed for kids during the prayer meeting one by one. May God bless this kid's Summer Retreat and make many kids experience God's love deeply.

 

 

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