Give us ...
Proper 24 | Ordinary Time 29
Teachers or Parents: Both of today's lessons have to do
with prayer. The first lesson speaks of the privilege of prayer
by noting how Jesus "in the days of his flesh" prayed. The
Gospel text is a direct appeal by James and John for seats of
honor in Christ's glory.
* Teach the different functions of prayer. A convenient
guide is the word ACTS:
A = Adoration: praising God for God's greatness and glory.
C = Confession: putting ourselves in proper relation to our holy
God by confessing our sins.
T = Thanksgiving: thanking God for all that we have and hope to
S = Supplication: asking God for things, help, aid, comfort, and
Undoubtedly these words will be too advanced for your
children, but the basic concepts can help you explain the various
functions of prayer for the Christian. God is not a magical
genie in the sky, granting us every wish.
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