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Giving God what belongs to God
Proper 24 | Ordinary Time 29

Matthew 22:15-22

Object: a dog bone and a fish bowl


Good morning, boys and girls. I am in a search for something that belongs to me and I can't find it. Have you ever lost something that belonged to you? (let them answer) I lost my keys and they are very important to me. I lost the key to my car, the key to my house, the key to my office, and other keys that are very important to me. They don't belong to anyone else; no one else can use them unless they work in my office, drive my car, or live at my house. Those keys belong to me.

I brought along this bone. Do you know who uses a bone like this? (let them answer) That's right; this bone belongs to my dog. The cat won't eat the bone, the turtle won't eat the bone, the fish won't eat the bone, and I won't eat the bone. Do any of you want to eat the dog's bone? (let ...

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