Children need help understanding that the fruit they bear is something God grows in them to give to others. We can wrongly think that we possess things like love, joy, or patience instead of it being something we give to others. In this sequel to “The Little Pot” the potter forms a new vessel and names it Tea Pot. As pride and selfishness grow instead of the fruit of the Spirit, Tea Pot and Little Pot discover the only way to fulfill their creator’s purpose is to meet with Him each day. Through this allegory, children discover God’s forgiveness and unconditional love as the potter prunes Little Pot’s dead leaves and wash Tea Pot clean. The pots become even more eager to bear fruit and serve others as their creator intended.