April 11, 2020
A young boy returned home from Sunday school with a black eye, prompting his father to question him.
A young lad named Johnny came back home from Sunday school. His father saw him and noticed that he had a black eye. Perturbed, the man began to question his son about the black eye.
He thought the boy had played roughly at Sunday school and scolded him about getting into fights with the other boys. Johnny, however, spoke up, saying that it wasn’t his fault.
The boy said that he and the other boys were in church saying their prayers and that when they stood up, their class teacher, who was standing right in front of him, had her dress tangled in between her buttocks.
When Johnny saw this, he reached over and pulled the dress out, after which his teacher hit him on his head. After listening to his son's story, Johnny's advised him.
He told the young boy that he shouldn’t do those kinds of things to women. Johnny paid attention to the words of his father, determined to allow them to sink in.
The following Sunday, Johnny went to Sunday school, and again returned home with his other eye black and blue.
Seeing him that way, his father was worried. Johnny didn’t do anything this time, but his classmate, Louie, who sat beside him, also saw their teacher's dress
Johnny's father reminded him that they talked last week, wondering why he returned with another black eye. Again Johnny narrated his experience to his father, insisting that it wasn’t his fault.
The young boy said that he and the other boys were in their class praying, and after the prayers, they all stood up, with his class teacher, again, standing in front of him.
This time around, she also had her dress tangled in between her buttocks. Johnny didn’t do anything this time, but his classmate, Louie, who sat beside him, also saw their teacher's dress.
Louie reached over and pulled the dress out. Little Johnny, remembering the words of his father, and knowing that the teacher didn’t like such things, pushed the dress back in. Poor lad!
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