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Picture of boy praying for noble deed to Santa goes viral

4 year old boy Presyt asked Santa for a train set and asked Father Christmas for something what would most ignore: prayers for Knox Stine, an infant who was found unresponsive in his bed on November 30, 2015.

4 year old boy Presyt asked Santa for a train set and asked Father Christmas for something what would most ignore: prayers for Knox Stine, an infant who was found unresponsive in his bed on November 30, 2015.

Rebekah Lauren Sharpe along with her nephew Prestyn were on the line to meet Santa this holiday season. Lauren captured the wonderful moment and posted on Instagram quoting, “Asked Santa to pray with our boy for baby knox! #kneelingforknox#prayforknox.” The prayer of the little one made a huge impact as the picture went viral and even reached back to the Stine family.

Knox’s mom Mindi told Today, “I never met them. I don’t know them. I don’t know how they know of us or heard of us or anything, nut I recognised their names and I knew that they had said that they were praying for baby Knox and for a miracle for us.

I showed my husband the photo and we both just smiled at each other like, ‘something amazing is happening’. It was just beautiful.” According to Knox’s Facebook page, he was able to get home and it’s as if God was answering to the prayers of the little one.

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“Our medical team, case manager and the medical supply company have all met with us, and we are seriously preparing to transition home. More details in the days ahead, but the team here has a goal of transition into home setting next week if possible. NXT WEEK, YA’LL!.

Baby Knox has been taking occasional breaths on his own, and while the staff continues to remind us that they are ‘ineffective’ any sort of change is encouraging to see.”

“We have been praying for a miracle for Knox and while we fully believe that God has already done miracles for Knox, we are hanging on, begging him to send his healings to our baby.

Everything is happening so fast and we are excited and apprehensive at the same time about the transition home.”

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