‘This is very powerful!’ Video of kids praying for COVID-stricken countries touches hearts

Images captured from Celia Mendes' video | Facebook
  • A video of children praying for countries affected by COVID-19 touched thousands of hearts online
  • On Facebook, Celia Mendes uploaded a video of children from Mozambique who solemnly pray for the safety of people who have been burdened by the dreaded disease
  • Mendes said while their country remains free from the virus, their countrymen –including children– continue to pray for other nations

In the midst of fears and grief brought by COVID-19, children from Mozambique touched thousands of hearts after a video of them as they pray for countries affected by dreaded disease was uploaded online.

Image captured from Facebook

On Facebook, Celia Mendes uploaded a video of the kids solemnly praying for the safety of people who have been burdened by the COVID-19 outbreaks. Mendes said while their country remains free from the virus, their countrymen –including children– continue to pray for other nations.

“Still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Mozambique. We continue praying with our children in our prayer room in Gumbane for the nations of the world that are affected and believing that theCOVID-19 will decay,” she wrote. “And the name of the Lord will be glorified among all people!”

Social media users expressed messages of gratitude and love in the comments section of the video.

“This made me so happy and made my heart skip,” Facebook user Lena Aaben wrote. “A child’s prayer is very powerful.”

“This is awesome. Kids praying for the nations affected by the virus. I got a good idea. I will embrace my medium-sized globe while praying because my prayers are for all. Faith sees the invisible, believes the incredible, and receives the impossible!” Fe Laranang said.

“This is so beautiful. We need their prayers. God is listening,” Kate Halter expressed.

“I hope everyone can be like these kids. The compassion, the selflessness, the faith, the humanity! Thank you!” Lalaine Portilla Gepielago¬† commented.

Image captured from Celia Mendes’ video | Facebook

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