Mom discovers son kneeling in prayer in Walmart

One day at Walmart, Braydon disappeared from his mother’s sight, causing her great worry. After frantically searching for him, she found him kneeling in prayer in front of a sign. Surprised, she asked him what he was doing. Upon closer inspection, she saw the sign read, “Every second counts,” with pictures of missing children.

Braydon had seen the sign while wandering and began praying for the missing kids. His story went viral, and friends of a missing child, Aubrey Jayce Carroll, thanked him for his prayers.

The image of Braydon praying was shared over 115,000 times on Facebook. In the United States, about 800,000 children are reported missing each year. People praised Braydon for his compassion and urged others to follow his example, regardless of their beliefs.

Braydon’s act of kindness touched hearts, highlighting the importance of empathy and unity in making the world a better place.

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  1. Bless his heart he took time out of his little shopping trip and found compassion for all the kids that has been missing. I hope and I’ll pray that as many children as possible can come home to their love ones.. Mama J.

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