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Give ear to my words, O LORD, consider my sighing. Listen to my cry for help, my King and my God, for to you I pray. In the morning, O LORD, you hear my voice; in the morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation
(Psalm 5:1-3 NIV).

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Bible Skit: Observing Lint?

Focus: What will you give to Jesus? 

Bible reference: Romans 12:1 

Props: Sack containing a Lint Roller, and a Bible. 

(You will need two people to present this skit. Preferably  older youths or adults.)




Person 1: (removes lint roller from sack and begins rolling it on kids clothing, floor, seats, etc. and then looking closely at the roller each time.) 

Person 2: What are you doing?

Person 1: Observing Lint.

Person 2: I see that, but why?

Person 1: (continues rolling) Itís that time of year when . . . 
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Jellybean Witness 
Easter Presentation Idea for Kids


ORANGE
is for Heaven so bright. 

YELLOW is for God's perfect light.

BLACK is for the sins we've made.

RED is for the blood He gave. 

WHITE is for our cleansing from sin.

GREEN is for our new life in Him.

Download all of the Jellybean Witness poem, 
with coordinating Scripture references.

 

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Haroset: A Bricks and Mortar Treat

Easter, Christmas, our birthdays or anniversaries, these are all important holidays or occasions that we like to celebrate and remember. Passover is one of those special days too! Itís a day that Godís people remember that God delivered the Israelite people from slavery in Egypt, thousands of years ago. Passover is celebrated once a year with a special dinner, a Seder, that tells the story of Godís great rescue of the Israelite people. Even special Seder plates are used during the dinner to tell the story. (A Seder plate is a large round plate with six sections to hold each of the items that tell the Passover story.) Today, when we celebrate communion, we are remembering Jesusí last Passover Seder, the Last Supper before his death and resurrection. Jesus brought new meaning to the Passover celebration when he took the bread, the matzo, broke it, and said, "This is my body, broken for you." Then he took the wine and said, "This is my blood, shed for you." When Jesusí died, he became our Passover Lamb. He has delivered us from our slavery to sin, and because he rose from the dead, he has made it possible for us to live in Heaven eternally with him! On that day we will celebrate another supper, the Supper of the Lamb!

Learn to make the Haroset Treat.

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Children's Sermon:
Mardi Gras & Lent

Props: Mardi Gras beads, a small wooden cross, a small crucifix, optional: small crucifixes on a ribbon or yarn to give out.

SAY: In Louisiana, Mardi Gras is celebrated the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras began as a festival to enjoy the things a person was "giving up" for Lent. During the parades, beads are tossed from the floats to the onlookers. So let's toss some Mardi Gras beads. (Toss the beads to the members of the congregation.) That was fun!

Okay, let's talk about what happens after Mardi Gras. The day after Mardi Gras is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. Lent is a season of the church that we use to concentrate on the suffering of Christ. People "give up" something, usually a sweet food, a bad habit, etc. for the 40 days, representing Christ "giving up" his life for us.

(Hold up the 2 crosses). What is the difference between these crosses? (Wait for response) This cross (the empty cross) represents Christ's resurrection. This cross (the crucifix) represents Christ's choosing to suffer for us. Christ didn't have to die on the cross, He could have saved Himself, but He chose to die for our sins. . . .

Continue reading about Mardi Gras & Lent.

Christian Skits & Bible Games for Kids


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