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‘Call Jesus!’: Watch These Adorable Little Sisters Give Great Advice for Almost Every Situation

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A pair of wise-beyond-their-years sisters from Atlanta have a message for all of us: In good times and in the bad, give Jesus a ring.
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In case you are in need of a little reminder on this Friday of just who to turn to when times get tough, a pair of wise-beyond-their-years sisters from Atlanta have a message for us all. In a video posted on their You Tube channel earlier this month titled “Dani and Dannah Call Jesus,” social media sensations Dani and Dannah (seven and six years old respectively) offer some sage advice regarding the role Jesus should be playing in all our lives.

The moral of the story: in good times and in bad, give Jesus a ring. Sound advice, but their delivery makes it even better:

“There’s a lot of things going on in the world. Here’s some advice—call Jesus,” Dani begins. “If something is not working out at your job, call Jesus. If something is not working out at school, call Jesus. Things not working out like anywhere, call Jesus. Everyone needs a little Jesus now and then in their heart.”

Sister Dannah agrees, adding, “if your boyfriend breaks up with you, call Jesus. Don’t call Tyrone. Call Jesus.”

“Who, who, who will be against you,” the other proclaims. “Some liar? No. Some thief? No. Some cheater? No. God is walking the road with you, girl.”

The 29-second clip, which has racked up over 100,000 views is just one of many posts the sisters have shared about their faith. On Thursday, the girls posted a video on Instagram tagged “Scripture Time,” in which they give their take on the message of Romans 8:31: “If God is for you, then who can be against you?”

“You know what that means,” one of the girls asks. “Just know Jesus is with you. You can go to work today. You can go to school. You can go to camp. You can mind your own business. But just know, Jesus will walk the road with you.”

“Who, who, who will be against you,” the other proclaims. “Some liar? No. Some thief? No. Some cheater? No. God is walking the road with you, girl.”

Needless to say, we are going to start following these wise little women ASAP.

(H/T: The Daily Wire)


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