July 23, 2017
Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
Romans 8:12-25


Thanksgiving Day

Object: an apple

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Your faith has made you well. (v. 19c)

Good morning, boys and girls! Do you see what I have? What is it? (hold up apple; allow answers) An apple, that's right. How many of you have heard the saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"? (allow answers) What do you think that means? (allow answers) Good guesses! "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" means if you live a healthy lifestyle, for example, by eating healthy food, you won't get sick. We spend a lot of time and money keeping our bodies healthy. How many of you remember the last time you were at the doctor's office? (allow answers each time) Do you remember the last time you were sick? What did it take to make you better? Do you like being sick? No! Me, either! What do you think is the worst part about being sick? Being sick keeps you from doing a lot of...

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