Once again, David reinterprets the Bible for us during our morning devotions. When should I stop his foolishness? Maybe when he gets older, it won't be so cute?
So, we're reading the story in Acts chapter 12 where Herod is persecuting the church. He has just killed James, put Peter in prison, and now he is about to address the people. David was supposed to narrate the part where Herod gives a great speech, then the people call him a god, he is struck down by an angel, eaten by worms and dies. David says:
D: "Herod does bad things.
He says bad words.
Then the angel struck him down.
And worms ate him. AND THAT IS WHY I KEEP TELLING YOU I'M AFRAID OF WORMS!!"
Me: "It wasn't earthworms. It was probably worms that eat meat, like maggots."
D: "Oh. What are maggots?"
M: "Fly larvae. Go on. What did Herod say that was bad?"
D: "That he was a king?"
M: "He was a king. But he gave a great speech and the people called him more than a king, and it was bad. What did they call him?"
D: "The Pulp?" [Pope]
D: "Oh yeah, they said he was a god. And then the worms came out of the ground with guitars and ate him up."
M: "Yes, they said he was a god and he didn't deny it..... wait, I don't remember anything about guitars."
D: "Did I say guitars? I meant they came up out of the ground holding little knives and forks."
M: Okay. David, what lesson can we learn from this story?"
D: "When people say you are a god, you should tell them you are not a god. Stay away from worms. And don't even let two little flies into your house."
Jessie and TJ are snickering. And once again I think, at least they will always remember Acts chapter 12!