We are so grateful for our men and women in uniform, who are willing to sacrifice all the comforts of home to serve our nation overseas.
Undoubtedly, the sacrifice they make is the agonizingly long deployments they spend separated from their families, something that young children often struggle to understand and cope with.
Parents are their children’s entire world, so to be separated from a father or mother for such a long stretch of time can surely be a challenge for a little one.
Of course, even for the youngest child, he can always let his yearning to see his parent again soon be made to God, which one little Naval son recently spent his father’s deployment doing.
What a blessing it must have been when his mother told him that God had heard his prayers!
Hello Christian reports:
After finally being allowed to return home from military service overseas, Navy E-6 MA1 Jose Nunez planned a heartwarming homecoming surprise for his sons, whom he hadn’t seen in a year, at their school.
When the big day finally came, Nunez’s 7-year-old, Jean-Paul, was in a hallway with classmates. “Papi, do you remember everything we’ve been praying for lately?” his mother, Ximena Nunez asked.
“Daddy,” Jean-Paul said, smiling.
“For Daddy to come home? Well, guess what?” Ximena said. “God listened!”
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