Sunday, January 29, 2006

Children's letters to God

Childrens Letters To God

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47 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love Your Site! :)

Bryan said...

lol

i found yor site using the stumble-upon browser plugin.

Anonymous said...

Bryan said...

lol

i found yor site using the stumble-upon browser plugin.


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Anonymous said...

That was wonderful

Anonymous said...

This is a very funny website and is cute that these kids said that.
=~)

Anonymous said...

Go die.

Also..
i found yor site using the stumble-upon browser plugin. ^^

Anonymous said...

Oh what a lesson to the Adults... such innocence.... we are to have the faith of a child, yet we make or perceive so many things, events as 'too difficult', or 'too hard',.... but its so easy for these children to talk with their Heavenly Father with unwavering faith!

lara said...

so cute! :)

Anonymous said...

Hehe funny.

Oh yeah, stumble upon here too.

Anonymous said...

so cute :)

stumble-upon here, too.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

i stumbled too

Erik said...

Thanks to stumbleupon, love this site....

Anonymous said...

anon@1:28PM

Couldnt have been better said. Amen.

Anonymous said...

anon@1:28PM

Couldnt have been better said. Amen.

Justin said...

do you think you would have any visitors here if Stubleupon didn't exist? cus i found it on SU too lol! 'tis funny.

Anonymous said...

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Jonesy said...

Good old StumbleUpon... keeps me going when I'm browsing late...

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Anonymous said...

I think this site proves that God does not exist. Children, who are artless and frank, are able to call out religion on all its flaws in logic without ever realizing they are blaspheming. And adults simply shrug them off -- but its got more truth per square inch than any priest I've ever seen. Why did God organize a world where there is death? No matter how many arguments are made, the reality a child puts forth undeniably bulldozes it all down to the true basics. Unfair is unfair, no matter how many hacks in black robes try to slice it as truth.

Captain Admiral said...

gotta love the blind stupidity instilled in our youth. and we wonder why we're 5th in the world in science? friggen bible pushing idiots.

i'm moving to canada.

Anonymous said...

i stumbled too

Anonymous said...

Stumble ftw

Desireeeee said...

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Weee.

Anonymous said...

Very funny =D btw, stumbled too

Anonymous said...

Very nice. Also used stumble.

Anonymous said...

found you using stumble
im an atheist but bless those kids
i suppose its ok to have an imaginary friend at that age

Mark D. said...

will do my best to spread this site out ... funny funny funny

Anonymous said...

Wonderful site. Sad that atheist feel a need to spread their propaganda on it.

"March 24, 2006 - The Atheist is the most hated group in America according to a study done by University of Minnesota researchers..."

Anonymous said...

I'm starting a pool on whether "Jennifer Horton" develops an eating disorder.

Anonymous said...

Cute 4 real.

Anonymous said...

THESE ARE SO CUTE!!! AND EVEN THE UNBELIEVERS STILL CONTINUE HUNTING!!! GOD WORKS IN MANY WAYS!!

sharad said...

Very nice i think children are also a form of GOD.

Anonymous said...

Sad that atheist feel a need to spread their propaganda on it."

Disgusting remark. If it were some monotheist saying that "since this early age children feel the existence of god in their hearts", no one would whine about.

"March 24, 2006 - The Atheist is the most hated group in America according to a study done by University of Minnesota researchers..."

Funnily (and sadly) enough, it is often said that religion teaches people to love each other...


... however, the letters are funny indeed!

Anonymous said...

god is not a separate entity ruling over us- we are all fragments of a great whole- we are all one- each person is an expression of god-we are autonomous and can choose to express our divine aspect or not-that is our free will to become a force of good in the world

Anonymous said...

I don't actually believe children wrote these, do you? They're a bit too on the money. Check that handwriting too, all written on the same stock by the same hand, my favorites being the lefthanded ones. But who knows, maybe it was one classroom of kids who learnt to write in the same style and all used the same cartridge paper. Thats one RE leason I'd love to sit in on, who's their teacher? Richard Dawkins.

Anonymous said...

Okay, yeah. same as '07 wrote. (SU) And check out those awful nomes... Larry? Charles? Peter? Yeah, betting top 20 names for 1989

Anonymous said...

Whoever left this remark:

Wonderful site. Sad that atheist feel a need to spread their propaganda on it.

"March 24, 2006 - The Atheist is the most hated group in America according to a study done by University of Minnesota researchers..."


Your opinions are nearly as worthless as you are.

Some of these are pretty funny in itself, I'll agree.

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Mrs. Cummings said...

I'm a first grade teacher. I can tell you these letters may or may not be real, but the thoughts behind them are 100% kiddo thoughts. I can also tell you, being around children for so long, God walks among us and He is mighty. Yes, there is bad out there. We are all capable of evil, even my little ones can be so mean and wrong. But if God were to design a world free from evil it would mean no choices to love or not love; to think freely and to live freely. If love is forced, it's not really love. God requests our love to Him and to others. He doesn't demand it. That's what makes Him the one true God. He gave us a choice and then to reprove His love, He gave us the gift of Jesus to forgive our wrong choices. It's so simple! Can't you see? My first graders do! The world is not a fair place; it's a broken place. But God has promised to make it right again, as soon as all people everywhere have had a chance to hear about Him and make a choice. You must ask yourself which choice has the greatest consequence? Choose wisely. Eternity is a very long time.

chiwaien said...

Please advise as how to get a copy of the book "Children's Letters to God" bu Stuart Hample.

Thank you.

By the way, I am from the Philippines.

Anonymous said...

I think it is awesome to hear kids talk freely with God about things they are concerned with. Their observations are so pure. The best thing about it is that before they know anything about life they acknowledge God and want to know more. And to the science vs God comment, the order and structure in science points more to intelligent design from a loving creator than chaotic chance. It's a pity the innocence of a child and their desire to relate to God will probably be snuffed by the arrogant ideas of someone who thinks they know more than God.

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