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This was an adorable story, fresh and sweet. Good perspective from the "little girl's mind" - and the mother was kind and gracious in reasuring her child after the confession. I enjoyed it...Thanks for sharing. God bless you~
As a child, I was so much like the little girl in your story - when I did something wrong, it would just torment me. Good story from a child's perspective and I love how the mother handled it. God bless!
This reminds me of Cecil B De Mille's comment when he was making The Ten Commandments movie: "We don't break any of these commandments; we only break ourlseves against them."
Great characterising here. Well done.
Sweet. Quite an irony that sin covered looms larger than life; but sin uncovered is covered by the blood. Well done.
So well told - I could almost feel the weight being lifted off of little Sally’s heart at the end – great read and great message!
good story i loved it.... very true to life i think maybe we all had those red train moments as children... i am sure i did!
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