Kids in Orphange

One time I went to an orphanage in South America because I was on a cruise. We stopped by an orphanage. There was one girl who followed me. She was so cute! We handed out toys to them and medicine. That one girl asked me if my parents died too. I felt sorry for her. This is a picture of the kids in the orphanage.
Grace

Orphanage

5 thoughts on “Kids in Orphange

  1. Grace, I love this picture. I visited kids in orphanges in South India and my heart goes out to kids all over the world.

    How exciting to know that you, like me, had such an extra special blessing by being able to visit and give medicine and toys to these special children.

    I know that God is a Father to them in a special way as He loves all kids and meets their needs as He knows them. May we pray for children all over the world to have their needs met. I pray that all these children will have an opportunity to hear the message of Jesus and His love as told to us in John 3:16.

    Thanks for sharing such a special blog.

  2. Dear Grace! You sure know the way to the Father’s Heart! How pleased HE is with you as you share HIS love with those so very much less fortunate than we are. You are a girl after GOD’s own heart and an inspriation to young people everywhere, and older people, too! How amazing that you have already chosen the pathway of LOVE at this young age! May you always walk in the Love of God that He has for the poor and downtrodden of the world. It’s people like you that make a difference in this world and you are doing it as a choice!

  3. Dear Grace,
    What a memory. I know you will always remember the little girl who had lost her parents. I thank God that you were there for her and I know that you remember her often in prayer. We never know when our lives might touch another and leave an imprint of Jesus on them and us forever.

  4. Grace, may other children (and adults!)be inspired by your photo and your loving example of visiting the orphans in need.
    It reminds me of the scripture in James 1:26… “Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.”

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