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Any of you Sunday School teachers know how difficult it is (or at least for me) to find creative things for my class to do. Luckily I am a helper to the teacher who happens to be my sister in law. She just retired from being a school teacher and has been teaching Sunday School for many years; So she has many ideas. In researching something different to do I stumbled upon Scripture Cookies. I thought it would be a creative way for the class to get familiar with looking up books and verses of the bible. I found one recipe and thought it would be great. I printed it out (without really studying it) and gave it to my sister in law to look at. Well upon further investigation that particular recipe had books and verses that were not in the King James Bible. So I tweaked the recipe to where all the books and verses were in the KJV.  The answer document explains the ingredients so take a look, it is a great lesson and the cookies were tasty too.  

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