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


Second Sunday of Advent

Leah Thompson

Object: a clock

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But do not ignore this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like one day. (v. 8)

Good morning, boys and girls! How are you this morning? (allow answers) Today we're going to talk about time. How many of you seen clocks before? (allow answers) What do clocks look like? (allow answers) Where have you seen them? (allow answers) Clocks are very important to us. They let us know what time it is so that we know when it's time to sleep, time to wake up, time to eat, and time to go places and do things. Clocks can be digital, with just a few lit-up numbers, or they can be circles with twelve numbers and two hands. Clocks that have twelve numbers and hands are called "analog" clocks.

Have you heard someone -- maybe your parents or teachers -- say things like "we're late"? (allow answers) What happens when...

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