May 31, 2015
John 3:1-17
Romans 8:12-17
Isaiah 6:1-8
Psalm 29

God Became Human

Second Sunday after Christmas

from the book
THE BIG INFLUENCE OF SMALL THINGS


Brett Blair
Tim Carpenter



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Exegetical Aim: To teach the incarnation.

Props:
Fingers and congregational participation.

Lesson:
Good morning! Hey, do you know what happened the other day? (response) If they don't know: What if I was to say, "Happy New Year!" Now do you know what happened? (response) It's a new year! What year is it? (response) You know what that means; we're all getting a little older. How old are you now? (response) Let's see ... hold up the respective amount of fingers how many of you are three? Count them. Four? Count. Five? Six? Wow, that's pretty old, isn't it. Do you know how old I am? (response) Interact with the children until they guess your age. Now you've guessed how old I am. How old is your dad? (response) Is that old? Well, here's the really important question: How old is your mom? (response) That's not old at all, is it? (response) Let me tell you a secret. When you say a mom's...

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