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Dang, that boy's excited!


My son Jordan is just impossible not to love. Last night when he and Larry co-hosted the show, I was laughing so hard I was crying in the first two minutes. First Larry comes on and does the opener of the show and then introduces Jordan and he says, "Jordan, we are believing for great things tonight! So, how do you feel about being here?"

And Jordan says, "I'm pretty dang excited! God is going to do amazing things!!!"

Did he just say "I'm pretty dang excited" on national Christian TV? (Well, actually the show goes worldwide...)

You know, I strongly believe that everybody needs to be pretty dang excited about the Lord! If more Christians were pretty dang excited I think we could see a nation shaking revival.


Dang!

* Larry is hosting the show again tonight. Not sure if I'll go with him to co-host or if Jordan will but we'll see. I have Easter rehearsal tonight after church and so I'm not sure if I'll be too tired or not after starting my day like a rocket this morning all the way up til night rehearsal. Somebody will be there with him, for sure. I love being with my man, and the kids love being with their Daddy whether on TV or not .

Comments

Melissa said…
PD I watched and left it on as I was falling asleep but I have to say watching and listening to Jordan pray last night was so touching! It really blessed me to see and hear him praying for people he has never even met. SO awesome! You are truly bless my friend!
Melissa Davis said…
PD, I missed it - me sooo sad! But I will definately be tuning in tonight.

And tell the he can sure count me in the number as one of those whose "PRETTY DANG EXCITED" for Jesus also.

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