Greg Miller

Children's Sunday School Class Bakes Valentine's Day Cake

 © 2013

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Lois had taught a children’s Sunday school class in her church for almost 25 years.

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“Kids are so precious,” Lois told Pastor Larry, the church’s minister. “They are so full of life and enthusiasm. And they are so anxious to learn more about the Lord.”

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“How are you and your class planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day?,” asked Pastor Larry.

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“I’m going to throw a Valentine party for them at my home,” replied Lois. “I’m going to let them help me bake a heart-shaped holiday cake.”

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“Sounds like it will be a blast,” grinned Pastor Larry.

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“It will be lots of fun,” said Lois. “We will be sure to save a piece of the cake for you.’

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“That’s very nice of you,” said Pastor Larry. “I have a real sweet tooth, and I do love homemade cake. Especially if it’s chocolate.’

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With lots of love and affection, Lois welcomed the children into her home. “I’m so glad you could come,” she said.

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Five children regularly attended the Sunday school class, and all of them came to the party.

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“Thank you for inviting us,” said Lucy.

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“You have a beautiful home,” said Loren.

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“It’s great to be here,” said Lacy.

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Laura recalled the previous year’s party. “You gave us a party like this last year, and it was great,” Laura observed.

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Linda also recalled the previous year’s party. “Yes, it was fantastic,” she said.

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“I have a special treat for you tonight,” Lois said. “I’m going to let you help me bake a Valentine’s Day cake. We need to a great job, because we‘re going to save a piece of the cake for Pastor Larry.”

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“Pastor Larry is something else,” said Loren. “He likes chocolate cake as much as I do.”

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“Who said we’re making a chocolate cake?,” asked Lois.

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“No one,” said Loren, “but chocolate cake is the best kind of cake.”

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“I have to agree with you,” said Lois, “Chocolate cake is my favorite, too.”

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With all the kids doing their part, in what seemed like no time at all, the cake had been baked. “You all did a wonderful job of helping me,” said Lois. “Now we will ask God to bless the cake, and we will eat it.”

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Lois asked Linda to pray. “Thank you, Lord, for this delicious cake,” Linda prayed. Don’t let the sugar, calories or fat bother us too much. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”

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While they were eating, Lois asked, “Do you have a special person to be your valentine?”

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Without hesitation, Lucy spoke up. “I sure do,” she said. “His name is Jesus. He loves me with all of His heart! And I love Him with all of my heart, too!”

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