The Lion and Lamb story

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Male Lion (Panthera leo) and Cub eating a Cape...
Male Lion (Panthera leo) and Cub eating a Cape Buffalo in Northern Sabi Sand, South Africa. Italiano: Leone maschio (Panthera leo) e un cucciolo mentre mangiano un Bufalo nel Nord di Sabi Sand in Sud Africa. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an interesting story about a Lion and a Lamb. It’s filled with valuable lessons. Read it!

A cub (young lion) and a lamb often played together. One day the mother cub asked her son who his playmate was. On hearing that it was the lamb, she exclaimed, Lamb! ‘Don’t you know that we eat lambs?’ The lion’s mother further advised her cub to invite the lamb when next he comes out to play so that they can eat him.

Meanwhile, the lamb’s mother had noticed that her kid had a new playmate and decided to find out who he was. On hearing that it was a lion, she said ‘Don’t you know that they eat us? Please don’t go out with him again’.

The following  morning the lion came out early, calling on the lamb to come out to play but the lamb said to him, ‘I am not coming, what your mother told you, my mother has also told me.

Interesting story, isn’t it?. I can see a few lessons almost immediately and i wish to share them with you.
  • The little ones are usually innocent in mind; they pick up “ideas” from the older folk
  •  This story tells me that because the lamb daily spends time with the father/mother, there he is daily guided and saved from the hands and plans of the adversaries. Its just like the holy book says, “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High Will abide in the shadow of the Almighty”.

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