July 30, 2017
Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52
Romans 8:26-39

The Spirit is like the wind

Second Sunday in Lent

Object: a hat, an umbrella, a kite

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Good morning, boys and girls. I remember a big wind about a week ago and it was really something! I was just walking along when a hat flew right into me. It was a hat like this. The man it belonged to was running down the street, trying to catch it.

Other strange things happened that windy day. It started to rain so I put up my umbrella. I thought it would protect me against the rain, but the wind turned my umbrella inside-out. Instead of protecting me, it was leading me, pulling me faster and faster.

When the clouds went away, the wind was still strong. I went down to the park to watch the children flying kites. I watched the wind grab a kite and draw it up in the air. It went higher and higher until I could barely see it.

Did you ever wonder where the wind comes from? (let them answer) Does it start out on top of...

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