Mormon Parenting: Teaching children about Christ, Part 2

You may have heard the story about the father who saw his daughter trying to put together a very complex jigsaw puzzle of a detailed and complicated painting. Not wanting the child to become discouraged, he said, “Honey, that is a very, very hard puzzle. You might want to start with an easier one.”

The dad went about his business for a while and then came back into the room where the child was playing and, to his amazement, saw that the puzzle was completely assembled.

“I must really have a prodigy here,” he thought to himself. “This girl is more brilliant than I had realized!”

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