Safe With The Spirit
from the book
The Giant Book Of Children's Sermons
Matthew To Revelation
Wesley T. Runk
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Object: a large manila envelope
Good morning, boys and girls. How many of you have ever used an envelope? (let them answer; then show them a big manila envelope) Have you ever written a letter or sent something to a friend through the mail and you needed an envelope? It's fun to write letters and even more fun to get them, isn't it?
You can't just send the letter without an envelope. The envelope is important because whatever you put inside is kept together. If I just sent the letter without an envelope, there would be no address, the pages would come apart, or the stamp would cover part of what was said. I couldn't send a check or money without putting it in an envelope because no one would know who it was for and it would simply be lost or taken. An envelope is really a very important part of any letter that you send.
The Holy Spirit is like an ...
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