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This elastic-band bracelet, measuring approximately 5.5 inches, is made of Czech glass beads with a satiny-like gloss. Each pastel-colored bead reflects light, enhancing the shades of pink, green, lavender, eggshell and rust. The sterling silver charm resembles the hands of a small child clasped in prayer and is balanced nicely by a silver-toned accent bead. Just looking at this bracelet, you can almost hear a small voice saying, 'Amen.' Truly, the power of a child's faith is something we should strive to have; so sweet, humble and sincere.
When you, or your small child, says or whispers 'Amen' after a prayer, it is letting others know you agree with what was just said. Amen means, 'so be it,' or 'truly.' We often say Amen after a prayer is finished, but Jesus frequently used it before an important statement, emphasizing importance and truth. Amen is a word that thousands of cultures and languages understand. When our children learn to say Amen, we are teaching them a tradition that dates back to the earliest Christians and is a common Christian practice all over the world.
Dear Lord, help me pray like a child, believing that through you all things are possible. Amen.
Blessed be the Lord...Then all the people said, 'Amen,' and praised the Lord. 1 Chronicles 16:36