Our Father

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Josie was living with friends in a house with a lovely garden while her mother and father were traveling. There were no little boys or girls to play with, but Josie had many toys, and besides she loved her kind friends dearly. They had taught her to be useful, although she was so small, and she liked to run messages and to fetch and carry for them.

Very early one lovely morning, in the beginning of summer, Josie was wide awake and very happy because that day two little boys were coming to stay in the same house, and she was looking forward to many games with them in the garden. One by one the birds awakened, and first here and then there a soft rustle, a murmured song, broke the stillness of the dawn until there sounded forth a joyous melody of praise and gratitude.

God's Grace
August 31, 1946

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