Grandpa Donkey Abraham is a great storyteller. He is a walking historian. However, his job can best be described as teacher.
He has many techniques to get his listeners to learn.
His greatest message is for us not to demean, threaten, hate, bully or reject anyone but with a caring heart and a loving spirit to teach and to entertain.
He will not deny that he loves his Creator. He praises the Creator with joy. He teaches all of the barnyard animals to praise and give God thanks all the time. God loves us all, animals and humans, “so does Grandpa Donkey Abraham.”
History tells us who we are. The present is preparing us for what we are becoming. The future is a product of today.
Grandpa Donkey Abraham would say after saying all that, “But God!”
I, the author, pray that you will tell stories to your children like my father did when I was growing up. His doing so is some of the greatest memories of my childhood. Hard work, church, and my father’s stories saturated my mind with images of times past.
The bad comes when you don’t want it to, but thank God for the good. I can go back in time and pull out a memory card and replay the story again. If you have been around me for a while, I am sure I have told you at least one of his stories.
Now you have a reason to read Numbers 22:1-35 in the Bible to your children.
I would like to continue to write stories of Grandpa Donkey Abraham.
So can I count on you to listen and learn?