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- Tenants On The Earth by Dean Feldmeyer -- Since the earth we live on doesn’t belong to us, we really need to clean up our messes and leave it better than we found it.
Arley K. Fadness
Good morning children.
Happy eighth Sunday of Pentecost. (explain the naming of the days in the church calendar)
Now today let us play the game “Truth or Lie.” Okay? I will tell you either a truth or a lie. See if you can guess which is a lie and which is a truth. (presenter may dream up a series of fun “truth and lie” statements and challenge the children with them)
How did you do? Which truth or lie did you like and which did you not like?
The Ephesians see gods in everything -- the emperor, deep mysteries revealed only to initiates, and the goddess Artemis -- but Paul reminds them there is one God who has made us one people, and God’s one plan is meant to bring us all together.
Janice B. Scott
In our worship today we look at promises and at a man who made a silly and dangerous promise which he shouldn't have kept. Let us ask God for help in making the right sort of promises and in keeping those promises.
Invitation to Confession:
Jesus, sometimes we make rash and silly promises.
Lord, have mercy.
Jesus, sometimes we make good promises but fail to keep them.
Christ, have mercy.