November 30, 2014
Mark 13:24-37
1 Corinthians 1:3-9
Isaiah 64:1-9
Psalm 80:1-7, 17-19

The Clean Plate Club



from the book
The Giant Book Of Children's Sermons
Matthew To Revelation


Wesley T. Runk



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Object: bread crumbs


Good morning, boys and girls. How many of you are good eaters? (let them answer) Do a lot of you belong to the clean plate club? (let them answer) If I came to your house and ate dinner with you, would I find anything left on your plate? (direct your question to a clean plate club member) You mean that I would not find even a crumb of food left somewhere around where you eat? (let them answer) Not many of us eat all of the crumbs. When one of your parents cleans up the table after each meal, he or her usually must take a cloth and wipe off all the crumbs that are left behind. Crumbs, bread crumbs, are something that we hardly even see.

A long time ago, people would clean up the dining table by sweeping all of the bread crumbs onto the floor. Then the dogs would eat everything that fell on the floor....

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