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Bad Sheep and Good Wolves

by Linda McMillan

Matthew 9:35-10:8(9-23)

In the story of Little Red Riding Hood, a young girl is sent through the forest to Grandmother’s house. En route to Grandmother’s house she met a wolf, a big wolf, it was a very bad hombre of a wolf, and Little Red Riding Hood told the wolf about her frail grandmother. Seizing the opportunity, the wolf tricked Little Red Riding Hood into picking some flowers and while she did that, he sped away to Grandmother’s house and he […]

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