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“Mother, Is the Moon God’s Light?”

A mother and her little four-year-old daughter were preparing to retire for the night. The child was afraid of the night. The child was afraid of the dark, and the mother, alone with the child, felt fearful also.

When the light was out, the child caught a glimpse of the moon outside the window, “Mother,” she asked, “is the moon God’s light?” “Yes,” said the mother, “God’s lights are always shining.”

The next question was, “Will God blow out His light and go to sleep?” “No, my child, God never goes to sleep.” Then, out of the simplicity of a child’s faith, the little one said that which gave reassurance to the fearful mother, “Well, as long as God is awake, I am not afraid.”

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