Dad Asks Toddlers To Hold Hands And Pray, Their Response Sent The Internet Into A Frenzy

Updated July 17, 2017

Every so often we come across a video that is just so darn cute, we can not help but share it with you. This newest clip features two of the most adorable little girls you have ever seen as they try to pray with their dad. You are absolutely going to love this video when you watch it.

Twin girls Nicole and Natalie wanted to learn how to pray the way their father does, so he set about teaching them the Lord’s Prayer. Despite their young age, they seem to understand exactly what their dad said, and in this adorable video clip, they attempt to pray without adult help, to amazing results.

This heartwarming and funny video has been watched over eight hundred thousand times, and people have left comments such as:

“This is just so adorable.”- Sam Tully

“So cute I had to learn this for first communion.”- Allie Pearson

“Oh man! That was just ADORABLE!”- Beth Kobsar

“the little baby in the yellow at the end is just so darn CYUUUTEE”- Kaitlyn Pruitt

“this is the cutest thing ever.”- Anon.

“ohhhh… it melts my heart.. so cute and adorable.. let’s raise our kids.. knowing our living God Jesus.”- Darkangel

“Raise up a child to pray and make Jesus their Lord and Saviour precious little girls.. thanks for sharing touched my heart!”- Mary Howard

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“This is so cute amen teach a child in the way they should go.”- Andreasblog21

“I’ve never heard it done better. Very cute.”- MaryAnn Anderson

“Make me smile all the time…How cute.”- Krisna Dewey

“They are just the most adorable twins….I want them!”- KKTwinkle

The Lord’s Prayer is first mentioned in the New Testament Gospels of Matthew and Luke. Each describes a slightly different wording, and in Matthew’s account was part of Jesus’ “Sermon on the Mount,” while Luke attributes it to a response by Jesus to a question asked by one of the disciples.

Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit once stated that “there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together … and these words always unite us.”

The prayer is not mentioned in Mark’s Gospel, which has led many biblical scholars to attribute the source to a hypothetical collection of Jesus’ sayings known as the Q Source or Q Gospel. First proposed in 1900 by BH Streeter, it is a supposed text in Koine Greek, that predates the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, and is the likely source for their material.

For centuries, Biblical scholars believed that the Gospel of Matthew was composed first, and that the writers of the Gospel of Mark used it as a reference source, while the writers of the Gospel of Luke drew from both of these. During the 1800’s, scholars began to rethink the assumptions and developed the basis of a new theory that each gospel was drawn from a separate, now lost, previous text which became known as the Logia, and later referred to as the Source, or Q.

Many current scholars believe that mark came first, and that Luke and Matthew were derived from a separate source than Mark. that source, the Q Gospel is credited for the similarities between Matthew and Luke, and the differences between them and Mark.

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