Forgiveness and Reconciliation — 8 Comments

  1. Great job!
    This story is really interesting. I emotionally get in touch with this story. Thank you so much to share with us.

  2. Hi,
    Your stories are to long for my grandkids. Please rewrite and shorten them for children of today or make them into short videos.
    City kids have only a few minutes of attention span these days. I can read them the short version of Aesop’s “The Tortoise and the Hare” and they will stay with me for the entire story and remember the moral lesson.
    Thank you,
    Michael Lietz

    • Sadly, it sounds like it is the adults reading the stories who have the short attention span.

      Children can be taught to be attentive, with patience, love and kindness, albeit being firm at the same time. Sounds like an excuse, sadly, to not be responsible for the inactions on the behalf of the adults accountable for the children. And we wonder why our world is the way it is. When we get away from taking accountability, we pass the buck and make everyone else the scapegoat for our errors. Eventually this will also Include blaming God. Pray it stops, and you nor others become a statistic of the enemy’s deception.

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