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Being fair to a friend

Have you ever wanted to help a friend? My brother Paul did. His buddy Matt was always being teased by other children in their second-grade class because he talked funny. It's called stuttering. But Paul didn't care how Matt sounded; he liked Matt a lot. In fact, they had so much fun together that often Matt would come over after school to play.

One day Paul asked our mom, "Why does Matt talk funny? I don't like other kids teasing him. It's not fair." Mom agreed that it wasn't fair at all. Then she reminded Paul of what he had learned about God's love for His children, and about how Christ Jesus healed sickness by seeing man as God made him, as the image and likeness of God.

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