A Time to Obey
Ruth is the youngest of two daughters. She doesn't get along with her older sister, Sara. When Sara gets into trouble, Ruth feels happy, but soon finds it's not true joy. When she disobeys a family rule, she has a hard time waiting for the outcome. Ruth finally learns the importance of obedience.
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