The Berenstain Bears and the Big Question

The Berenstain Bears and the Big Question

Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0679889612

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When Sister Bear asks her mother about God, Mama tries to explain.

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excuse us, Sister and I have some gardening to do.” Mama took Sister outside into the garden. It was a beautiful morning. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the flowers were all in bloom. “Now, Sister,” Mama said as she began weeding her garden, “all you need to remember is that God made everything—the birds, the flowers, the sunshine. They’re all God’s work—all part of God’s Great Plan.” Sister looked around at the wide, beautiful world and thought it over. “You mean,” she said,

excuse us, Sister and I have some gardening to do.” Mama took Sister outside into the garden. It was a beautiful morning. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the flowers were all in bloom. “Now, Sister,” Mama said as she began weeding her garden, “all you need to remember is that God made everything—the birds, the flowers, the sunshine. They’re all God’s work—all part of God’s Great Plan.” Sister looked around at the wide, beautiful world and thought it over. “You mean,” she said,

cold germs? What about earthquakes, floods, fires, and tornadoes?” “Hmm!” said Mama, rubbing her chin thoughtfully. “This is an even Bigger Question than I realized!” “Look!” said Sister, pointing to the road nearby. “There’s Gramps and Gran—and they’re all dressed up!” “That’s because they’re wearing their Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes,” said Mama. “Good morning,” said Gran. “We’re going to services at the chapel in the woods. Why don’t you join us?” “Hmm,” said Mama. “Why don’t we, indeed?”

cold germs? What about earthquakes, floods, fires, and tornadoes?” “Hmm!” said Mama, rubbing her chin thoughtfully. “This is an even Bigger Question than I realized!” “Look!” said Sister, pointing to the road nearby. “There’s Gramps and Gran—and they’re all dressed up!” “That’s because they’re wearing their Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes,” said Mama. “Good morning,” said Gran. “We’re going to services at the chapel in the woods. Why don’t you join us?” “Hmm,” said Mama. “Why don’t we, indeed?”

Then she marched inside, got her purse, and put on her hat. “Where are you going?” wondered Papa, noticing her getting ready to go out. “We,” answered Mama firmly, “are all going to services at the chapel in the woods.” “Services?” said Brother as she led him down the front steps. “What’s that?” “That,” explained Papa, hurrying after them, “is where we bears go when we want to think about Big Questions.” It was quiet and peaceful in the chapel—and very pretty, too. The sun shone in through

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