Most people have goals. There’s something we want to accomplish or something we want to get. So we find out what we need to do and start the journey.
The Little Bunny Rabbit is a story of such a journey. In this tale by author Jessica Hill, the little rabbit learns about the biggest garden of carrots ever. He’s told the path to take to reach the carrots, and off he goes. Along the way, however, he meets a spider who tries to make him veer from his journey. The spider tells the rabbit he’s wasting his time and that he’s been lied to. But the little rabbit has faith and a God-filled heart, so he knows how to avoid temptation.
Although written for children between the ages of four and eight, people of all ages—including adults—face temptations in their faith-based lives. We all can take a lesson from The Little Bunny Rabbit.