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The Super Secret (Tale Tellers)

by T. F. Marsh

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0781435196, Paperback)

My child and #146;s need: To learn to make wise choices

Biblical value: Wisdom

Learning styles: Help your child learn about making wise choices in the following ways:

Sight: Have your child point to the different pictures of Samson in the book. For each, ask, and #147;Was Samson following and obeying God? and #148; Point out that God and #146;s rules serve an important purpose, and they can keep us out of trouble. When we break His rules, we suffer, just as Samson did when he lost his strength.

Sound: After reading the story aloud to your child, talk about Samson and #146;s wisdom (or lack of it) when:
and #149; Samson gave his wedding guests seven days to answer a riddle, then at the last minute told the answer to his wife who immediately informed everybody else.
and #149; Samson used foxes to burn the Philistines and #146; wheat fields.
and #149; Samson told Delilah the secret of his super strength.
and #149; Samson humbly asked the Lord for strength.

Explain that Samson was wise when he obeyed God and foolish when he made his own choices.

Touch: Have your child build a tower of wooden blocks. Then see if he or she can remove blocks from the bottom. Of course, the tower will fall over. Explain that Samson and #146;s strength was built on God and #146;s power, just like the tower was standing on a strong foundation of blocks. When God and #146;s power was gone, Samson could not be strong. Emphasize that even though Samson fell, God gave him one more chance to show wisdom.

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