What are some good books to teach your children about lying and the consequences?
I would have to think about whole books, but I used to read the stories/poems from 'Cautionary Tales for Children' by Hilaire Belloc to my little boy. The tale of Matilda who told lies and was burnt to death was particularly gruesom - but unfortunately had little effect!
The Boy Who Cried Wolf from Grim's Fairytales was probably the most effective for me. Of course, dad usually just gave you a smack if he caught you lying. It meant we either didn't lie, or got very, very good at it. I owe my career in politics to him, God bless him.
A Childrens Bible. The Truth.
Woman at the well. Go and sin more You are forgiven
Fiery furnace and Lions Den 3 cousins saved by angels
David and Goliath Brave Boy knew God was with him
Noahs Ark would not hear god
Adam and Eve Kicked out of Gaden
Jonah Did not do what he was told
Moses DId not go into promised land
Rich Man and Lazaruth
Paul when know as Saul struck by lightening blinded until God healed him He turned his life around
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Even Big Kids like me love the Word of God.
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