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The Maze
By Emily Olson

Twelve Year Old Member of St. Luke Church

Life is like a big maze. We don’t know which way to turn because we don’t know what is around each corner. We must just hope to turn the right way, the way we are meant to go. Sometimes we just might make a right or wrong turn by chance.

Life is also like a maze because cheating gets us into trouble. But we must conquer our fears. We should try to think like Jesus because He is a perfect role model. He never takes the wrong turn or cheats, and He always thinks before He does anything. So if we think and act in the way that Jesus would, nothing bad will happen. Except that because of our belief in the Lord, we may be mocked for His sake. The people who make fun of us are probably just jealous of how kind and generous we are to them and how many people believe in us and that we will lead them out of the maze safely.

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