A 3-year-old boy is not just good with his ABCs but also with his 26 Bible verses. His proud mom posted a video of his fantastic recitation on social media, and it has warmed the hearts of many.
3-year-old’s memory work
Theodore’s mother, Rosemary Siemens, was initially surprised when she heard Theodore recite the Bible verses. She said, “When Theodore was 2, I started reading these to him every night before bed! Shortly after, he shocked us by reciting them all back to us!”
Now that Theodore Parker Bennet has turned 3, he can narrate the verses correctly.
Rosemary noted that the video had additional outtakes of Theodore trying to recite the verses when he was still 2-years-old. She shared, “Don’t miss the bloopers at the end where you can see the outtakes from when he recited them at age 2! “
26 Bible Verses
And indeed, it was fun to watch. The younger Theodore would swap the letters B and D, causing him to narrate the wrong verse.
“I pray these verses stay with him the rest of his life, and I hope they bless each and everyone one of you,” Rosemary ended her caption.
Theodore’s incredible video has indeed blessed the viewers. Some of them left positive messages and prayers for the young boy.
One commenter said, “I shared this with an online prayer group this morning. Oh my! Everyone was so blessed because, as adults, we have been encouraging each other concerning Scripture Memorization! Thank you for your faithfulness in raising Christ-honouring children.”
Rosemary did not only do well in raising her children in the Lord, but she is also doing a great job bringing back the Hymns today. She created a channel on YouTube where she can serenade her followers with the classic and powerful hymns. Her music ministry has touched many fellow believers.
Watch her play the all-time favorite hymn, “I have decided to follow Jesus,” below:
Reference: CBN News
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