Saturday, December 3, 2016

The Wisdom Of A Little Red Snapdragon

The other day in my backyard, among snapdragons in a rainbow of colors, one snapdragon boldly stood out.

It's flowers were as red as a candy apple, as it alone was touched by a sunbeam

I was captivated and asked it, "How did this happen?"

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Friday, November 25, 2016

When The Dragons Ruled The Earth

Hundreds of millions of years ago, giant dragons ruled the earth, but are long-gone now. However, some creatures from that era still survive and prosper.

Among them are the tiny tortoises, and today, we will find out how they survived, while the giant dragons did not.

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Friday, November 18, 2016

Noah's Ark

In biblical times, God told Noah to build a huge ark, to protect himself and his family from a great flood that would come.

On that ark, Noah was also instructed to include couples of every animal species, so that all animal life would be preserved.

Recently discovered are the long-lost notes from Noah's brother-in-law Bernie, who was an eye-witness to these events. Here are Bernie's comments:

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Friday, November 11, 2016

The Parting Of The Red Sea

According to the bible, about 3,000 years ago, with guidance from God, Moses led the Israelites to freedom from the Egyptians.

The most crucial time in their journey was when God parted the Red Sea.

The Israelites passed through on their way to the promised land, and the pursuing Egyptian army was drowned when the sea came crashing down on them.

But recently, the long-lost writings of Moses' assistant Mickey were discovered and what follows is his first hand account:

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Thursday, November 3, 2016

David And Goliath

In biblical times, Goliath was a giant Philistine warrior, who was confronted by little David, an Israeli.

As the Biblical story is told, the two enemies faced each other on the field of battle and David took his sling and thrust a rock into Goliath's head, killing him.

But recently, the long-lost writings of Irving were found. Irving was an eye witness to the battle, and scholars were stunned that those writings tell a much different story. Here are Irving's words:

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

The Bird And The Mouse

The mouse looked up at the tree filled with luscious purple plums.

"All I ever get are the rotted plums lying on the ground," the mouse thought. "I've always wanted fresh plums but I'm not able to climb this big tree to get them."

Just then, the mouse saw a bird land on a tree branch, and soon the bird began eating his fill in plums.

Suddenly, the mouse had an idea. "Hey bird," the mouse called out. ""Can you knock some plums down to me?"

"Why should I," replied the bird.

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Sunday, October 16, 2016

The Wisdom Of King Solomon

Solomon, who lived about 3,000 years ago, was the King of Israel, and renowned for his wisdom. This is our version of a famous biblical story about King Solomon.

Two women came to him, each claiming a baby boy was hers. Solomon took the baby, lifted his sword, and loudly proclaimed, "I'll split the baby in two, so you'll each have half."

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