17
Sep
07

The Wish of Solomon

The kids and I read the story of King Solomon, the son of King David.  The kids’ Bible we read from said that God came to him in a dream and told him he could have anything he wanted.  At this point I asked Gannon and Acadia what they would wish for if God would give them anything they wanted.

 Gannon: I would ask for God to help me love Him more and more.

That was a typical read-the-Bible-and-pray, Sunday School kind of answer, given by our little member of the Future Pharisees club.  Then it was Acadia’s turn.  “What would you ask God for, Sweetie?”

AcadiaCereal!

Deep, spiritual thoughts are swirling around in their little heads.

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