This morning at church a mother came up to me and said, "You must read the Bible every day to your kids."
"Oh no, I do read Bible stories to the kids, but I can't say we do it that frequently."
"Well, Owen was able to answer all the questions about the story of the woman at the well." I had been in Jonas' class so I wasn't there to witness this.
"Really?" I replied, searching my memory if we had read this story recently, or even at all.
"He just pipped right up and answered every question."
"Did he get them right?" Owen is such an extravert it's no surprise to hear he spoke out, but to answer the questions correctly, I wasn't sure.
Later, as I marvelled about this with Jack, who had been in class with Owen, I said, "I'm not sure I've read that story to him yet. How did he know the answers?"
"They read the story and he just listened well."
Good enough for me!
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