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Re:At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 06 Aug 2014 17:05 #6509

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Sasha is a delight and soon her little brother will be introduced to Divine Love as well. Of course, he hears everything, so hopefully, his little soul is wide open to receive DL, too.

I remember the first time my daughter told me she prayed. It wasn't for DL, though. In high school, she played varsity basketball. In one game, she was fouled, so she went to the "foul line" to make two baskets. Before lifting up her arms to throw the basketball, she prayed the ball would go into the hoop. It did! That small thing was the beginning of her faith in God and in prayer. :cheer:

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Re:At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 27 Oct 2014 16:09 #6694

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Last night I actually saw and heard for the first time my little 4-1/2 year old Angel praying for Divine Love. Her prayer was just a quick one sentence appeal to God to lift up her soul and fill it with Divine Love.

My gosh, it was so sweet. And as she was praying, I was overcome with tears. She's on her way to the Kingdom. I pray that her little brother is next and will follow in her footsteps.

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At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 27 Oct 2014 18:46 #6696

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Joan,
The other day I was once again thinking about how we have to unlearn all that the world has taught us. It is saying you need to have the latest and greatest of everything for your comfort. The world has taught that If your really seeking first the Kingdom of God you should be doing that on Sunday but the rest of the time you should be thriving in this dog eat dog world. This world is not it! Our greatest accomplishment is not in this world! Oh I wish those in the world could see it now before they cross over as those comforts now will be painful later.

Then I thought how lucky the children are that are being raised in homes where Divine Love is present and I thought about your post and I say no age is too early to start showing and teaching them Divine Love!
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If mortals would only understand that as regards to eternity, the soul is the great thing which they possess, and should be given more care and development than any and all other parts of man's being. TGRABJ Vol 1 - page 156

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At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 11 Nov 2015 05:03 #7596

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Out of the mouth of babes.... this from my little angel, who is now 5-1/2 years old.

"Today I thanked God for kindergarten!" she said.

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At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 04 Aug 2016 20:41 #7658

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Just had to share this from my littlest angel, who is now six years old.

The other day, my sister was reading excerpts of volume one of True Gospel Revealed Anew by Jesus, to my daughter's friend who is into the New Age belief. At one point, this almost first grader went over to my sister and said:

"I really like hearing the messages."

Yay!

My daughter was reading the messages to her at bedtime, so she's very aware of Jesus' teachings and may I add, she is the most loving little child I've ever known. :laugh:

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At what age should a Child be told about Divine Love? 09 Aug 2016 05:02 #7684

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This is the prayer said by the little ones at bedtime:

"Dear God, please watch me while I sleep and fill my soul with Divine Love."

Sometimes they say, "Thank you for the great day." :)

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