Once upon a time, there was a horse about to be sold to the slaughterhouse, and a man who saw something special in him. The horse was saved, and he became a celebrated show jumper. His name was Snowman.
Once upon a time, someone gave me a crippled horse. He was in pain, but there was something special about him. It turned out he had been stolen, and somebody tracked him down and I let him go back to his owner. He had once been a champion, and was rehabilitated. His name was Rebel.
This kit has stories, pictures, and handouts to tell the stories in sharing time, for FHE, in a classroom, or for general use. The kit also includes a poster of Rebel. There is also a movie currently available on Netflix called “Harry and Snowman.”
Both of these horses had fallen on hard times, and they both were much more valuable and talented than they at first appeared. Parents and teachers can use this kit to help children understand that we can’t tell a person’s worth from what they look like. An old gray horse can be saved and become a world champion, and a former world champion who is crippled can be helped and can in turn, jump fences again and help disabled children learn to ride. “Don’t judge a book by its cover” has never been more true.
D&C 18:10 Remember the worth of souls is great in the sight of God;
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