“So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it.” Hebrews 4:16. Today’s guest posters are fully aware of the awesome implications of this most excellent verse, without the cynicism or over-thinking that too many of us adults tend to fall into. Today, Jeremy (11) and Micah (8) Rodda have written a letter to Jesus. And they want to share it with you.
Here is what they have to say:
Hi God. Thank you for creating our family. We have an awesome mom and dad and an awesome brother and sister. Our sister told us to thank you for protecting us from thunderstorms. She is six. Our brother told us to tell you that you are my strong tower. He is four.
Thank you for making the whole earth and for making the flood when you saw bad things happening. We read that in our Bibles. And thank you for rainbows so you won’t do it again.
Our brother just told us to tell you thanks for saving us when we have bad dreams. Our sister just reminded us to thank you for our stuffed animals.
Thank you for letting us play sports like baseball and football and soccer. Thank you for us doing really good in baseball and for Micah getting on base every single game. Thanks for letting Jeremy get tackled in the mud when he played football. And thanks that we both got to play goalie in soccer.
Thanks for loving us even when we are naughty.
Thanks for making Tim Tebow. He is a really cool guy. He had a rule in his house that no one could talk about himself unless someone asked about them. We like that rule. We are trying to do it too.
Please help us have safe travel this summer and have fun camping. And please help everybody in the world believe in you. And please protect the world.
We love you. Amen.
Jeremy and Micah
See you tomorrow!