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The White Rabbit

The White Rabbit

By: Gerty So

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Copyright 2016 Gerty So

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There once was a white rabbit that lived on a pond. He was looking for an adventure. He went skipping along the pond. He was enjoying himself, when he started to run from one leaf to another at a very fast pace. He wasn’t looking where he was going and in doing so, he fell into the icy cold water. He is starting to get cold and its getting dark outside. He hears a sound in the distance. He yells at the top of his lungs, Hey, does anyone hear me?

He hears a shout, which says he is not alone. The voice says yes, I hear you, what is the problem? The rabbit says, I am stuck in ice and freezing, can you get me out of here? Pretty soon the rabbit hears more noise and thinks, boy; I sure hope someone is coming to get me out of here. Pretty soon the rabbit hears Thump, Thump. The rabbit looks to his side and sees a boy about 10 years old, carrying a huge log. The rabbit wonders how the kid got the log in the first place, but at this point doesn’t care for he is still in the ice cold water and can’t feel his toes.

The boy hands the log to the rabbit and says grab hold of it, while I pull you up to shore. The rabbit grabs hold of the log and pretty soon is out of the water and shaking from being in the ice cold water. The rabbit asks, what is your name, boy? The boy answered, call me Dave. The boy gives the rabbit a blanket that was nearby. The boy asks the rabbit if he wanted something to eat and warm up a bit, the rabbit says sure, you lead the way.

The boy starts to walk home when he notices that the rabbit is looking up at the sky and can’t help but wonder if there is a God up there. The rabbit keeps following the boy all the way to his house and the boy lets him in. The boy says, go sit down while I make you some soup on the stovetop. The boy turns on the burner and is making the rabbit some chicken noodle soup. The rabbit wants to watch some TV, so he turns on the tv and there’s a preacher that says there is a God, And His name is Jesus.

So the rabbit asks the boy for a bible and how does he get saved? The Boy replies, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved. So the rabbit starting believing On Jesus and he got saved. That night on the way to bed, the boy thanks the Lord for saving his new friend in the Lord.

The End. Thank you for taking the time to read this e book, Thank you for downloading my ebook. Please leave reviews. Other books by this author, I Went To Heaven, Jesus Is Lord, I Saw An Angel.


The White Rabbit

A story of a short adventure between a rabbit and a boy. The rabbit runs off into an unknown place. Will the boy get to him on time? The rabbit hopes so, he is running out of time.

  • ISBN: 9781310168277
  • Author: Gerty So
  • Published: 2016-02-04 20:40:06
  • Words: 637
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