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Presentation #10 – The Wheat and Chaff

Separating wheat from the chaff is a common agricultural practice that is used to prepare grains for consumption. In cereals like rice, barley, oats and wheat, the grain is surrounded by a dry husk. Before the grain can be used, the husks (or chaff) must be removed. Separating the wheat from the chaff has become a common cliché to describe the practice of distinguishing the wanted from the unwanted, the valuable from the relatively valueless.

In the Wheat and the Chaff lesson, we invite Cottage Meeting hostesses to select true principles that are useful and valuable to America while helping the participants identify the useless or worthless material that can be discarded. These principles may apply to freedom, history, the Constitution, the economy or other relevant topics.

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