Everybody ought to know

V is a friend of my son.

S has known her for the last three years. In a few days, she’ll be moving back to her home country.

V came over for one last play date. All of the kids were sitting at the table having a snack. S asked her, “Do you know Jesus?” V said she didn’t. S asked who her God is. V didn’t seem to understand the question (but she may have just not wanted to answer) so to clarify S and his brother M asked, “Who do you pray to at night?”

At this point I intervened and said, “Guys, she may not pray.”

Before abandoning the inquiry all together, S commented “Everybody ought to know who their God is.”

Yes, everybody should.

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