Aesop’s fables are a collection of short stories using animals to highlight a moral lesson. They are believed to have been written by a slave and storyteller in ancient Greece.
When reading on of these fables with my children the other day, one story contained a particularly helpful reminder for the church:
The Lion and the Three Bulls
Three bulls were grazing in a meadow and were watched by a lion who longed to capture and devour them, but felt that he was no match for the three so long as they kept together.