When something is wrong a hero has the courage to fix it, even when he’s the one who did the wrong thing. David sinned with Bathsheba by taking her to be his wife even though she was married to someone else. He was wrong, but when corrected, he admitted his sin and God forgave him. The Power Words in this lesson are “I know the power of admitting when I’m wrong and asking for forgiveness.” Admitting fault can be a challenge for some children and one of the games played requires that children fail in order to win the game. When they fail they must make a statement, “I made a mistake, I can learn from that.” When that mistake involves hurting someone else, then they must say, “I made a mistake, will you forgive me.” Heroes desire to live with a clear conscience and that requires that they have a plan for dealing with offenses.