Many years ago, my vivacious, beautiful daughter invited a friend from her Girl Scout Troop to spend the night. Angela (age 11) was taking a beginning sewing class to earn her first badge in Girl Scouts. The troop leader was the mother of her friend spending the night.
During the course of the evening, my daughter's friend, also age 11, make a comment about being "Lucky!" I immediately corrected her in kindness. Explaining because we were Christians we didn't believe in "Luck" we believed in God. The little girl smiled innocently and responded that she was also a Christian and she learned in her Sunday School class that L.U.C.K.Y. was an acronym for LIVING UNDER CHRIST'S KINDNESS YES!
Immediately I apologized for correcting her and thanked her for teaching me something new that day. Sometimes children are the best teachers. May we all be fortunate enough to fully live and enjoy L.U.C.K.Y. lives every day!
She opens her mouth in wisdom, and theteaching of kindness is on her tongue (Proverbs 31:26, NASB).