Little Alvan Harold liked hearing coins jingling in his pocket as he walked home from school in Kisumu, Kenya. Then he could stop by a shop and buy some crunchy nuts or a creamy ice cream.
One day, the Bible teacher shocked Alvan by talking about his beloved pocket money to his fifth-grade class.
“You should not spend all your pocket money on nuts and ice cream during the week but save some to give to God on Sabbath,” she said.
Alvan put money in the offering place on Sabbath. It was money…
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