After telling her class of six-year-olds the story of Jesus miraculously feeding thousands of people, the teacher asked the children to draw a picture of the event. One little girl turned in a picture of twelve figures carrying baskets filled with bread and fish. All were wearing hair ribbons. “They’re the waitresses,” the child explained.
Another little girl pictured Jesus with a bread knife in his hand, cutting up the loaves. But she gave it up before it was finished. “I can’t make the slices thin enough,” she said.
In a little boy’s picture, a big box-like object with a door handle stood off to the side of the crowd. “What is that?” the teacher asked. “It’s the…
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