The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector.

The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector.
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The morale of this story is to never think that you are perfect because know one is. Also God forgives everyone so always ask for forgiveness. By Dante Alec Radetti.

Storyboard Text

  • The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector.
  • I am the best. Hi girls. Oh God loves me.
  • Hi (giggles).
  • God hates me.
  • This guy steals our money!
  • Thanks God for making me the best!
  • He is not the best. He is rude!
  • One day long long ago there was a Pharisee. The Pharisee thought that he was the best.
  • God I hate myself and I know you hate me as well. I don't deserve your forgiveness.
  • I am happy that he is owning his behavior.
  • There was also a Tax Collector.
  • I know that God is happy with me.
  • The Pharisee went to pray. But not in a nice or respectful way.
  • I know that God is not happy with me.
  • Then the Tax Collector went and prayed. God was happy with him.
  • When the Tax Collector left the Church he knew that God was happy with him.
  • When the Pharisee left the Church he knew that God was not happy with him.
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