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These crafts coincide with the story of Simeon and Anna in the temple at the dedication of Jesus. They waited long, and God did not disappoint. Christ was worth the wait! We recognize from this story that God is faithful to fulfill His promises, and that we can wait on Him, too. These two craftsContinue reading “Bible Craft Ideas from Simeon and Anna at the Temple in Luke 2:22-40”
This message uses the “post-Christmas blues” let-down as an example of how we sometimes wait for things and wind up disheartened. However, we know that waiting for God is always worth it, because He keeps His promises. The Gospel lesson that ties in is the story of Anna and Simeon in the temple. They waitedContinue reading “Children’s Sermon (Luke 2:22-40) Simeon and Anna at the Temple”
For many people, the Christmas carols turn up and the decorations come out as soon as the Thanksgiving turkey is put away (or perhaps a few weeks before that). Stockings are hung, trees decked out with ornaments, cookies baked, and gifts wrapped. Cars drive slowly down neighborhood streets as kids and adults alike admire brightContinue reading ““Trim Up the Tree” Sunday School Lesson based on the Traditions and Symbols of Christmas”
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