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  • Hoppy was roaming around one day and found a cave, he didn't know whether or not to explore it or stay out of it.
  • Hoppy returned home to tell his father about what he had found and asked him if he could go and check it out. His father said "Stay out of that cave it may not be safe" hoppy said, "what if I take Tyrone?" (his older brother) "No," his dad said "no one knows what could be in there, and you could get lost and couldn't find your way out" "you may also hurt yourself" his father added. Hoppy didn't understand the dangers and decided to go back the next day.
  • Hoppy was thinking of going in but reminded himself of what his father has said.
  • Hoppy was very curious because he had never gone in a cave before. He kept thinking what if Gods watching and he's sinning. But he though god isnt real so he went in and hoped around for about 5 minutes.
  • he was lost and scared  "what would my father think if he found me?  he would be mad at me for not taking his advice" Hoppy prayed that he would get out alive. "Hopefully God is real it will either be a miracle or God that get me out of here". A few minutes later his dad comes in "Hoppy are you in here!" "Yes father over here!" Hoppy replied. Hoppy was saved. Hoppy and his father walk out.
  • "I am sorry for not listening to you, i was so curious to see what was in there."
  • Hoppy and his father returned home, The lesson is here to listen to what people tell you to do and not to do the wrong thing.
  • "Well you're lucky I found you, you could have been hurt or kidnapped anything could have happened!". "You must have prayed to God for me to find you I and your mother was so worried!"
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