June 25, 2017
Matthew 10:24-39
Romans 6:1b-11

A miracle

Fourth Sunday in Lent

Object: a bowl of dirt, a glass of water and a spoon

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It's nice to see you today, boys and girls. Now, who can tell me what a miracle is? (get a few responses) You're right. A miracle is an incredible thing that seems unbelievable. It's something amazing. It's something that seems impossible. Did you know that Jesus performed many miracles? He did. The Bible is full of stories when Jesus did something amazing. Today's lesson is one of those miracles.

One day Jesus met a man who was blind. The disciples with Jesus were interested in the man. Why was he blind? they wondered. Had he done something wrong? Had his parents done something wrong? Jesus told his disciples, No, neither the man nor his parents had done anything wrong. He was simply blind. But then Jesus told them that God's power could be revealed in the man.

He took some dirt from the ground (show your dirt) and he made it into mud. (pour some water into the bowl and mix it...

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