No more bad habits
Proper 21 | Ordinary Time 26
Object: a candy bar
Good morning, boys and girls. How many of you like candy bars?
(Let them answer.) I brought one of my favorite candy bars this
morning. It reminds me of this morning's lesson. I want to tell
you the story about a little boy about your age who liked candy
bars also. The problem is that his love for candy bars got him in
trouble. The little boy was given a few candy bars and he kept
them in his room. He would get hungry late in the afternoon, just
before supper. That's when he would open the wrapper and eat one.
When his parents called him for supper he wasn't hungry. Has this
ever happened to any of you? (Let them answer.) He did this on
many afternoons. He was never hungry for supper. His parents
finally decided to check up on him in his room and found him
eating candy bars before supper. What do you think his parents ...
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