September 6, 2015
Mark 7:24-37
James 2:1-10 (11-13) 14-17

Christ the King

Christ The King (Proper 29)




Object: a crown or a picture of a crown

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Good morning! Can anybody tell me what we call this Sunday
in the church? (Let them answer.) This is Christ The King Sunday,
the day we remember that Jesus is our King. Now what does a king
wear on his head? (Let them answer.) Yes, that's right. A king
wears a crown on his head to show that he is a king. Here is a
crown that I brought with me today. Let me put it on __________'s
head (or show the picture and rephrase the question that
follows). Now, does having a crown on his/her head make
__________ a king? (Let them answer.) No, of course it doesn't,
and the opposite is also true. The absence of a crown doesn't
mean that the person is not a king. The crown is just a symbol
that a king may or may not wear at any given time.

Did Jesus ever wear a crown? (Let them answer.) Well, he
never...

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