FOR CHILDREN

Bursting balloons

To burst most balloons, all you need is a sharp pin. One good prick and—bang!—all that's left is a shriveled piece of rubber.

The balloon may have only just been blown up, or it may have been around awhile. It may have been quite small or fairly large. It doesn't matter to the pin, nor to the person holding the pin. Can you imagine standing in front of a helium balloon—even one that's quite large and that has lasted a week—with a small, very sharp pin in your hand and saying, "I don't know if this pin will burst that balloon; it's so old and so big"?

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Testimony of Healing
Attending my Christian Science Students Association...
April 22, 1985
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit