Princess Celina pondered what to do and how to get rid of them. She noticed her mommy and daddy, the Queen and King of the kingdom, turning to a book called a Bible whenever they were uncomfortable or distressed by burdens of the land. The princess had a Beginner's Bible, but the Queen's Bible was much more powerful, or so she thought.
One day the Queen discovered that her Bible was missing. She asked the princess if she had seen it. The little princess adamantly shook her head and linked her fingers behind her back in a touching scene of pure innocence. A week goes by and the Queen still cannot find her Bible. One Saturday while the maid had the day off, the Queen decided to tidy the princess' room. She found her Bible under the bed. Shocked, the Queen simply stared at it, hurt that the princess had told a fable.
Unable to to let the matter rest, the Queen questioned Princess Celina.
The Queen touched her finger to her chin. Now, she had a dilemma, indeed. She didn't want to discourage the little princess for putting her faith in God's Word, for that was the key to their entire kingdom. Yet, she couldn't let the princess believe that it was appropriate to lie or deceive in order to put her faith to the test. What was the Queen to do?
So the Queen sat the princess on her lap and told her that it was very good to trust in the Bible--the Word of God--to fight away all the monsters. However, the Queen explained that Princess Celina's Bible was just as powerful as the Queen's Bible, and she could put it under her bed to scare away those no good creatures.
Princess Celina was very pleased to hear this news. She dried her tears, put her Bible under the bed, and all the monsters disappeared.
They lived happily ever after.
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