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Ya' Gotta Love the Kids!
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Gene SC    Posted 01-04-2004 at 11:24:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
This morning at church, Miss Wanda, who does
the childrens time each sunday at the front of
the church, about 30 or so pre-schoolers.
she was asking if any had ever seen Jesus in
his skin?? they said no, of course, so she called a few names of people in the church and asked them to stand. she said " This is Jesus in
his skin" and then told of something good they
had done for someone. "Thats being Jesus in his
skin", she told them. and then she asked if
anyone knew how to spell Jesus,she held up a peice of paper with the letters J E S S and
they said she left out the letter U. she said thats right, and the letter U means YOU. and then
asked Megan( about 4) if she could spell Jesus?
Megan is a very smart little girl and ALWAYS
answers the questions, and is not afraid of the
microphone and she says very loudly G-O-D-
about 400 people just "broke up". nedless to say
Miss Wanda never regained control.
'Ya just gotta love them Kids

ALIAS    Posted 01-04-2004 at 13:24:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
That reminds me of a story my doctor told many years ago. While in church one Easter Sunday, the doctors little girl was asked to sing. The child had practiced "Jesus Loves Me" for more than a week just for that particular service. But, when she stood by the podium, she began to sing, "Here comes Peter Cottontail"

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