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Children can cry for mercy. Mercy is a vital force to be reckoned with. No one can do without mercy. It is something we should pray for, long for, hope for, and expect all the days of our lives.

One way our children can obtain mercy is through prayers. That is why we must teach them the art of prayers. Nobody is too small to pray.

Taking a cue from the great psalmist, when he messed up with Bathsheba, one way he was quickly restored was when he cried for mercy.

HAVE MERCY upon me, O God, according to Your steadfast love; according to the multitude of Your tender mercy and loving-kindness blot out my transgressions.

Ps 51:1 {AMP}

Also looking at the story of blind Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, he received his sight when he cried for mercy.

so he began shouting, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!”

Luke 18:38 [TLB]

Parents, we should always pray that the mercies of God will continually preserve our children wherever they go.

Withhold not Your tender mercy from me, O Lord; let Your loving-kindness and Your truth continually preserve me!

Psalm 40:11 AMP

They should also be taught that our God is a loving and merciful God. They should always pray for God’s mercy over their lives, academics, and everywhere they go.

Wherever or whatever situation you find yourself, cry out for God’s mercy and He will surely answer you.

Prayer for children:
Lord, let your mercies continually rest upon my children, in Jesus Name. Amen

Prayer for parents:
Lord, let your mercy speak for us and our children, in Jesus Name.

Action Plan:
Parents, let’s ensure we pray, confess, and teach our children God’s words always.

My children are continually preserved by God’s mercies.

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