A 7-year-old Tulsa boy’s Facebook post about praying for a Tulsa police officer has gone viral.
Trey Elliott’s mother, Brittany Elliott, posted a picture of Trey praying for a Tulsa police officer on her Facebook page on June 1.
Trey is seen on his knees with his little hand on the shoulder of a Tulsa police officer who is kneeling down in the shot. Both were praying with their eyes closed.
“Today Trey requested that we pray for Tulsa Police Department personnel,” Brittany said on Facebook. “And that’s just what he did. To show cops that we love and support them, little child placed his small hands on them.
While helping at a neighborhood event near 61st and Peoria, Trey requested for prayers for Tulsa cops.
Trey requested that we pray for Tulsa Police Department personnel today. That is precisely what he did. To show cops that we love and support them, little child placed his small hands on them.
“If these photographs show you anything,” Brittany Elliott said, the present situation of the city has crushed her heart. Let it be for the sake of praying for people who are close to you.”
Trey’s current objective is to speak with every Tulsa Police Department officer. He is presently 12 years old.
They appear to be going through some difficult circumstances. I simply believe it will be beneficial to them.
2 Contributions to You came in some reinforcements to surprise Trey, four additional Tulsa cops.
Trey had a simple prayer for the police.
Please, God, protect these cops, their families, and their community. Amen.
Trey Elliott is an American football player.
Khara Rogers, a Tulsa police officer, said Trey’s prayer gave her hope and made her heart flutter.
Trey paid a visit to Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin on Thursday morning and prayed for him.