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Six-Year-Old Conveys Lesson on Prayer

After watching a program about bears on Animal Channel, my six-year-old grandson, Trevor, had a scary dream.

"Mommy," he said. "I had a bad dream. I was being chased through the woods by a big, mean bear."

Then he had an interesting question: "Mommy, was ...

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