July 2, 2017
Matthew 10:40-42
Romans 6:12-23

In the tomb

Easter Day

Object: a good dinner napkin or some fine cloth folded, as it would have been in its original format

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He bent down to look in and saw the linen wrappings lying there, but he did not go in. (v. 5)

Good morning and Happy Easter to everyone. Happy Easter, Happy Easter, Happy Easter! What a wonderful day to be in the house of the Lord. Everyone is here to celebrate and be joyful. Are all of you celebrating? (let them answer) Do you know why we are all celebrating? (let them answer) Let's have half of the children say "Christ is risen," and half of the children move over here and say, "Christ is risen indeed!" We are going to say it three times. (help the children say the phrases three times with the sound rising each time)

Wonderful! Jesus is raised from the dead. Every one of us is thrilled because he promises us that at the right time it will happen to all of his believers. That means that you and I will...

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