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

Important footprints

Christ The King (Proper 29)

Object: cutout footprints leading to a cross on the altar

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Good morning, boys and girls. How many of you have ever placed your foot in wet cement to make a footprint? When the cement dried your footprint was part of the new sidewalk. (Let them answer.) How many of you have ever walked along a beach and looked back to see your footprints in the sand? (Let them answer.)

It's fun to make marks with your footprints. When you place them in wet cement you will soon find that you are growing bigger. When you go back in a year you will find your foot is larger than it was when you made your footprint. There is another kind of footprint. It's not as footprints in cement or the sand. It's when you play outside in the mud, and then you get hungry and go inside. Along the way you forget to wipe your feet. What kind of footprints are those? (Let them answer.)


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