I Cannot Tell a Lie

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When Jody breaks her mother's special cookie jar, she feels horrible but is even more afraid of telling the truth. When she studies God's commandment 'Thou shalt not lie' during devotion time, she begins to feel badly about lying, and another Bible story leaves Jody completely conflicted. Will Jody tell the truth or keep her lie quiet? Find out in I Cannot Tell a Lie.
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When Jody breaks her mother's special cookie jar, she feels horrible but is even more afraid of telling the truth. When she studies God's commandment 'Thou shalt not lie' during devotion time, she begins to feel badly about lying, and another Bible story leaves Jody completely conflicted. Will Jody tell the truth or keep her lie quiet? Find out in I Cannot Tell a Lie.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781616634360
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Pages: 26
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.10 (d)

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  • Posted April 1, 2011

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    A morally uplifting tale for children~!!

    Cannot Tell A Lie is a morally inspired story about lying using a Christian slant to help model the correct response to a situation that involves the truth from being told. The illustrations are colourful and engaging and each page has half eaten cookies upon it to remind the reader the underlying principle of the story. After Jody breaks her mothers special cookie jar, she is devastated and decides to lie to her mother about her involvement. When her mother questions Jody about the broken cookie jar, Jody points the blame on her sister. After a family devotional on which the scripture studies were about God's commandment "Thou Shalt not lie", Jody is left feeling confused and upset. She doesn't like how she feels and she doesn't know what she should do to make it better. Turning to God through prayer, Jody asks for help in her choices...will Jody learn from her mistakes?? Or will she ignore the bad feeling inside her and let the lie get bigger?

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