|Akiane Kramarik-the little girl pictured painted this picture when she's only 8!|
So check their stories yourself.
A funny link about Jesus' rainbow horse. I'd like to pet this horse someday. Maybe there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow after all :D
Just as i was processing the implications of my son’s statement-that he had met John the Baptist-Colton spied a plastic horse among his toys and held it up for me to look at. “Hey, Dad, did you know Jesus has a horse?” “A horse?” “Yeah, a rainbow horse. I got to pet him. There’s lots of colors.” . . .
What an other worldly painting made by a girl in such a young age. It's hard to explain how these visions came to a girl raised in an atheist home unless we're willing to consider God might have chosen a special few to make a glimpse of himself known to others.
Finally, contrast Todd Burpo's story with another hilarious story of the hot air balloon 6-year old boy who was asked to lie by his dad to get into a TV show. LOL. It's hard to keep little kids lying because the truth will eventually come out. So there is strong possibility that Todd Burpo was not lying about heaven.
Check out the dad's face at 0:43 when the kid blurted out, "We did this for the Show!". Busted!
So these are some interesting stories about kids that made me stop and think if this is the truth. Many will certainly thumb their nose and dismiss it as elaborate hoaxes. But what if God is really trying to reach out to His people to send a special message?
If ones truly seek the truth, perhaps it's worth a little consideration that this might be one of God's many attempts to show His love but some will inevitably spurn His love.
How about you? If you truly seek the truth, what do you think about these stories?