I Doubt It!
Second Sunday of Easter
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Exegetical Aim: Thomas' transition from doubt to faith concerning the resurrection of Jesus.
Props: A talent that will come as a surprise to the children; e.g., being able to juggle. You must be able to perform the talent before the children. If you use the object it needs to be hidden until revealed. A unique object could be used rather than a talent.
Lesson: Good morning. (response) I have a talent that none of you know about. Do you want to know what my talent is? (response) I don't think you are going to believe me, but I can juggle. (response) As you say "juggle," show them the balls and drop them into the crowd of children. This will create doubt in the minds of the children. What? You don't think I can juggle? (response) I can see that some of you doubt I can do it. Well, I've brought these three tennis balls and I am going to prove to you ...
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