The last time we saw Willie, Grace and Miguel, they were on the top floor of an old abandoned warehouse, wondering what Flop was sniffing at over in a dark, gloomy corner.
"Flop, what are you doing over there?" asked Willie of his dog.
Flop did not answer, but began sniffing even more enthusiastically, and pawed at a particular dark box in the farthest corner.
"Maybe Flop's on to something," said Miguel. "Let's go see."
And there, in the dusty noonday sun, the kids beheld a glittering pile of golden coins. Big coins and little coins, but they all appeared to be made of gold. There was only one object in the trunk that was not a golden coin, and that object was a large black book.
At first they were speechless, but when Grace could talk, she said in a soft voice, "This book looks like a Bible."
Willie carefully lifted the Bible from its golden nest. The book was mouldy and falling apart, but he read the words on the cover: Holy Bible. Miguel looked thoughtfully at the book. "I see a bookmark. Open it up, Willie. Be careful!"
Willie opened the Bible, and saw that a verse had been underlined in black ink. It was Acts 20:35:
It is more blessed to give than to receive
"Neither do I," said Willie thoughtfully. "I think this verse is the real treasure."
"What are you kids going to do with the gold? It's probably the property of the man who owns this warehouse. Before we make any big plans, we need to talk to him." This was the kind of thing Miguel always said.
"Let's talk to him, but I think we should give this gold
"I agree," replied Grace.
So that's what they did. And they were greatly blessed.
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