I Want This Girl On My Prayer Team. What About You?


Obviously, the photographer helped set up the above photo and probably said something like, “Put your hands together and pray.”

The two Dalit children on the left side of the photo obeyed the directions, but still kept their dark eyes on the photographer. Their curiosity was too big a hurdle to overcome, and to be honest, I would have done the same at their ages.

The Dalit girl in blue seemed to care little about the activity around her and took the opportunity to pray. Maybe she’s praying for her parents. Or her grandparents. Or her brothers and sisters. Or her neighbors. Or whatever.

Do you think God listens to her prayers?

After all, God has a lot of problems to handle right now, with Israel and Syria most likely topping the list. And the girl is just another Dalit child who is dirt poor, an untouchable in India’s caste system, and the least of the least in the world’s largest democracy.

Yet, when she prays, I believe all of heaven is poised to move on her behalf.

Take heed that ye despise not one of these little ones; for I say unto you, That in heaven their angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in heaven. (Matthew 18:10)

This photo reminds me of the six children Carol and I sponsor in Gospel For Asia’s Bridge of Hope program. Every letter we receive from our kids tells how much they enjoy praying for us.

So, when you think of Larry Who, think about Team Larry Who and our six kids praying for us.

If you want, you can start building your own team today by going here. Your team can be as large as you want…that’s up to you.



Filed under Bridge of Hope, Christianity, Church, God, Gospel For Asia, grace, India, jesus, Kingdom of God, Poverty

4 responses to “I Want This Girl On My Prayer Team. What About You?

  1. Love this Larry. I was listening to a sermon on this very topic just yesterday – Bill Johnson was talking about this very thing and got me thinking about the fact that this childs angel is poised (you chose your word well) to intercede with the Father and act on her behalf.

    Bless you bro.

  2. Ben,

    Thanks. Your comment blessed me so much.

  3. Wow, Mr. Larry! Thank you for helping us see these little ones like God does . ..how important and loved they are! You have an amazing team! God bless you!

  4. Debbie,

    Thanks…and Team Debbie/Aub is a great team, too.

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