"GOD IS REALLY LIFE"

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Leslie made a birdhouse at his kindergarten, and he was eager to hang it in the garden. The sides did not fit together very well, but Leslie's father hung it just outside the kitchen window among some climbing roses. He was a little doubtful about any birds using it, but he said, "If they don't, we'll take it down and fix it, and then put it in another place."

Leslie was happy because he thought it was a good place for birds. And, best of all, he and his family could watch them through the window.

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