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The Gift That Keeps on Giving!

Children love puppets. You can use this skit to tell the Christmas story in a unique way. Christmas is such a special time. We need to take every opportunity to share the good news of Jesus creatively and powerfully!

Use two mouse puppets. Take the vest off one mouse and add glasses on the one with the vest.

Little Mouse:Have you and grandma mouse always lived in the church?

Grandpa Mouse: Your Grandma and I used to live on a farm outside the city. It was a noisy place most the time. All the chicken baa-acking and all the cows mooing. And then the ducks they made an awful noise morning and night. Your grandma and I set up housekeeping in a bale of hay in the barn loft. It was a nice place. We loved to eat the corn in the corn crib and the wheat in the wheat fields, case but one day we had visitors. They were from the city. Said there was going to be some sort of play in the church. They needed some hay bales. The farmer told them to take all they needed.  Your grandma and I were in one of the hay bales they took.

It was the first time I ever heard the Christmas story. We were too scared to move so we stayed real still and quiet as a sleeping cat. We listened to every approaching step.  It didn’t take too long before our hearts loud beating quieted enough for us to hear the singing. It was so pretty.

     I guess Parson Bob wasn’t at the church back then, cause Parson Bob always sings off key. He sings loud too. Sometimes I would cover my ears when he sang.

The children sang too. Then the pastor told a story about a little baby that was born in a barn, not our barn, nothing but mice and cows were ever born in our barn. This barn was in a city far away. The town has a catchy name, I just can’t catch it right now. Something to do with a pig named Beth Lee.

Little Mouse: Ham, Grandpa, Beth Lee Ham.

Grandpa Mouse: Ham. No thank you son. I don't much care for ham. You go ahead. I always liked the name Beth Lee. Tried to get your Grandma to name your mama Beth Lee, but she wouldn’t hear of it. Said Lee is a boy’s name and no daughter of hers is going to have a boys name. It just ain’t proper she would say.

Little Mouse: You were telling me about the barn, Grandpa.

Grandpa Mouse: The barn in Beth Lee something e...nother. The baby that was born that night wasn’t just an ordinary baby neither. No, sir-re. He was special. Course all babies are special. You just ask your mama or any mama for that matter, but this baby was special special.

Little Mouse: He was God’s son.

Grandpa Mouse: Sun? No. the sun wasn’t shining. That little baby was born at night. It was born in a barn. His mama was really tired. She had been riding on a donkey all day. You know how rough that can be. I remember one time I got scouped outta the corn crib and into the feed bag. That donkey went clip clop. Clip clop. I bounced back and forth until I thought I was gonna throw up. I never been so glad to get outta any place in all my life. That little mama must have felt the same way.

Little Mouse: His mama’ s name was Mary.

Grandpa Mouse: Married? Yes, she was married to a fine young, hard working man.

Little Mouse: He was a carpenter, Grandma.

Grandpa Mouse: Carpet? No, son there wasn’t any carpet in that barn. Just the usual things a few tools, some hay for the mice to hide in and a feeding trough for the animals. That’s where the little mama put her new born baby- in the feeding trough. Course her husband, put some nice fresh hay In it first.

Little Mouse: She wrapped her little baby in swaddling clothes.

Grandpa Mouse: Swallow his clothes? Naw, he didn’t swallow his clothes. He was a little baby, not a mouse like us. People can’t chew cloth like mice. We got sharp teeth. That baby didn’t have any teeth a tall. Naw, he was just born. And the angel announced his birth to some shepherds out in the fields watching their sheep. The angels announced it cause this baby was special.

Little Mouse: This baby was God’s son.

Grandpa Mouse: I already told you one time it was night. The sun don’t shine at night. But there was a bright light that scared those shepherds really bad, like a light does in the kitchen when we’re trying to find supper. They weren’t expecting it. The angels told those shepherds a baby was born that was really special.

Little Mouse: This baby was the  promised Messiah.

Grandpa Mouse: Messy? No, he wasn’t messy. He was just born. All new born babies can do is just lay there. They’re not big enough to make a mess like they do later. Where do you get this stuff, boy? (Shakes his head as he leaves) That baby sure was special.

Little Mouse: And He was God’s Son, the Messiah.

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God's Gift

Gifts surprise us, approved makes us laugh, makes us feel special and loved. They are fun or difficult to select. Meaningful gifts enrich us when we give them and thrill us when we receive them. They come in all sizes, shapes and prices. The size doesn't determine it's value--neither does its price tag. Sometimes they are great are very good and sometimes they can be  very disappointing. The perfect gift on one person's gauge could be a bad gift on another person's guage.

They arrive from parents, grandparents and cousin--brothers, aunts and neighbors.

Who's gift list would you like to be on?

Bill Gates? Donald Trump?

You may never make it on some rich guys list, but do you realize you are on God's gift list?

God's Gift List

His gift is beyond description. It expands, enriches and energizes its recipient. It can't be used up, broken or expire. It unfolds, expands and deepens.

He gave because He loves.

His love grows better as it is recognized, received and enjoyed. It changes us. It heals us. It causes us to love in return.

Yes, you are on God's gift list, but you must receive His gift.

He doesn't push it on you. I'm so thankful it's just as easy as ABC to receive this gift (Wiggle a mouse as you mention each letter and description.)

  • All have sinned.
  • Believe on Jesus and
  • Confess your sins and you can have God's gift of salvation.

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Mice in Box Finger PuppetGifts surprise us, pills makes us laugh, dosage makes us feel special and loved. They are fun or difficult to select. Meaningful gifts enrich us when we give them and thrill us when we receive them. Gifts come in all sizes, shapes and prices. The size of the gift doesn't determine it's value--neither does its price tag. Sometimes gifts are very good and sometimes they can be disappointing. The perfect gift on one person's gift gauge is a bad gift on another person's.

Gifts arrive from parents, grandparents and cousin--brothers, aunts and neighbors.

Who's gift list would you like to be on?

Bill Gates? Donald Trump?

You may never make it on some rich guys list, but do you realize you are on God's gift list?

 

God's Gift List

His gift is beyond description. It expands, enriches and energizes its recipient. It can't be used up, broken or expire. It unfolds, expands and deepends.

He gave because He loves.

His love grows better as it is recognized, received and enjoyed. It changes us. It heals us. It causes us to love in return.

Yes, you are on God's gift list, but you must receive His gift.

He doesn't push it on you. I'm so thankful it's just as easy as ABC to receive this gift (Wiggle a mouse as you mention each letter and description.)

  • All have sinned. 
  • Believe on Jesus and 
  • Confess your sins and you can have God's gift of salvation.

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Candy Cane Puppet Script

Be sure you use a tiny, online sweet voice for this skit to be effective.

Hello. I’m  Caleb. I know. I know I've heard it all day. My mom thinks it looks cu-ute, information pills but I think I look stupid. She dressed me up in this striped shirt so I could tell you the candy cane story. Actually, rx it's a pretty cool story.  Show candy candy. She said I could eat the candy after I tell you the story so here's the short version.  

It’s a true story about how candy canes were made. A candy maker from Indiana wanted to make a very special Christmas candy. It had to be hard candy because the gospel is built on the rock solid promises of God’s word. Its shape would be very special, too. It would be shaped like a shepherd’s staff. And when turned upside down it would form a “J” to represent the precious name of Jesus, the good shepherd that gave His life for His sheep.   Can I eat the candy cane now?

Oh, that's right. That's right. The sin part. Because Jesus never did anything bad the candy had to be white. The white reminds us that Jesus was pure and clean. Jesus never sinned one time. Imagine that, He never told a lie. He never took anything that didn't belong to Him.   Can I eat the candy cane now?

Yeah, that's right the red... red stands for the blood of Jesus.  Jesus died on the cross to take the punishment for the sins of the world. He could do that because He never sinned. The large red stripe reminds you that Jesus purchased your salvation with His blood on the cross. The three thin red stripes represent the stripes on Jesus’ back. It hurt Jesus so bad, but Jesus took that bad whipping to purchase your peace and your healing.

I'm going to let you in on a little secret. I'm not really a kid and I can't really eat this candy cane, cause in case you haven't noticed,  I'm just a puppet. I only pretend to be real. I can only move when the puppeteer moves me. I can only talk when the puppeteer moves my mouth, but God didn't make you a puppet. He gave you a free will. You make choices with that free will. You either choose to accept God's free gift of salvation or reject it.  If I handed you a candy cane, you would say thank you and just enjoy it. Salvation is a gift like that. Why don’t you take God’s gift today? You can receive it right now. The teacher will tell you how. 

And one more thing. Next time you eat a candy cane, think about what I said? Those candy canes sure look good.

(The teacher may want to follow with the simple ABC plan of salvation.)
Be sure you use a tiny, for sale sweet voice for this skit to be effective.

  Hello. I’m  Caleb. I know. I know I've heard it all day. My mom thinks it looks cu-ute, ampoule but I think I look stupid. She dressed me up in this striped shirt so I could tell you the candy cane story. Actually, it's a pretty cool story.  Show candy candy. She said I could eat the candy after I tell you the story so here's the short version.  

It’s a true story about how candy canes were made. A candy maker from Indiana wanted to make a very special Christmas candy. It had to be hard candy because the gospel is built on the rock solid promises of God’s word. Its shape would be very special, too. It would be shaped like a shepherd’s staff. And when turned upside down it would form a “J” to represent the precious name of Jesus, the good shepherd that gave His life for His sheep.   Can I eat the candy cane now?

Oh, that's right. That's right. The sin part. Because Jesus never did anything bad the candy had to be white. The white reminds us that Jesus was pure and clean. Jesus never sinned one time. Imagine that, He never told a lie. He never took anything that didn't belong to Him.   Can I eat the candy cane now?

Yeah, that's right the red... red stands for the blood of Jesus.  Jesus died on the cross to take the punishment for the sins of the world. He could do that because He never sinned. The large red stripe reminds you that Jesus purchased your salvation with His blood on the cross. The three thin red stripes represent the stripes on Jesus’ back. It hurt Jesus so bad, but Jesus took that bad whipping to purchase your peace and your healing.

I'm going to let you in on a little secret. I'm not really a kid and I can't really eat this candy cane, cause in case you haven't noticed,  I'm just a puppet. I only pretend to be real. I can only move when the puppeteer moves me. I can only talk when the puppeteer moves my mouth, but God didn't make you a puppet. He gave you a free will. You make choices with that free will. You either choose to accept God's free gift of salvation or reject it.  If I handed you a candy cane, you would say thank you and just enjoy it. Salvation is a gift like that. Why don’t you take God’s gift today? You can receive it right now. The teacher will tell you how. 

And one more thing. Next time you eat a candy cane, think about what I said? Those candy canes sure look good.

(The teacher may want to follow with the simple ABC plan of salvation.)

Christmas Skit

For this skit you will need a lamb and a mouse. By changing the dialogue slightly you can use any farm animal for the mouse that you may already have. If you want to add to your menagerie, pharm we have great prices on the lamb and the mouse. I would take the vest off the mouse and pin a bow on her head. The lamb should do most of his dialogue in a whisper. 

If you don't have the puppet then add mouse and lamb ears to actors and let them act out the skit.

Mouse: For crying out loud, ailment how is a sister supposed to sleep with all the racket around this place?

Lamb: Shhh!

Mouse: Don’t shhh me! I need my beauty sleep…what in the world is all this racket about?

Lamb: Shhh!

Mouse: What part didn’t you understand?  I said, “Don’t shush this sister.

Lamb: The baby… you’ll wake up the baby.

Mouse: Uh huh and what turnip truck do you think this sister fell off? Da ya think I’m stupid? There ain’t no baby in this here stable.

Lamb: If you don’t be quiet you’re gonna wake it up.

Mouse: Why don’t ya stick a sock in it?

Lamb: (whispering) Over there... in the manger. See the baby?

Mouse: Oh, it’s a people baby! (shocked, growing louder and louder) A people baby? But what are people doing in a stable… no wonder I couldn’t sleep. And boy wuz I ah sleeping good too.  I wuz dreaming about cheese…

Lamb: (Sticks a sock in the mouse’s mouth)

Mouse: (Spitting) What are you doing? Is that a sock? Did you stick a nasty sock in my mouth?

Lamb: I said, “Shhh” and I mean it! If those people see you, they’re not going to be happy about a nasty rat being in the stable.

Mouse: Rat! Did you call me a rat? I’m a cute little mouse, not a nasty rat.

Lamb: Mouse, rat, whatever you are…you gotta be quite because this baby is really special.

Mouse: Yeah, right! All babies are special.

Lamb: No really, this baby is special special!

Mouse: And what makes this baby special special?

Lamb: He is the Messiah. This baby is the Son of God.

Mouse: You’re making this up.

Lamb: No, I’m not making it up. I was sleeping when suddenly a bright light woke me up. It was as bright as daylight, but it was still night. I was frightened. The shepherds were frightened, then the angel . . .

Mouse: Angel. You want me to believe you saw a real angel? There ain’t no angels round these parts.

Lamb: I saw a real angel in the sky over the fields where we were.  The angel said “Don’t be afraid.”

Mouse: You didn’t see an angel.

Lamb: I did so! Just ask the shepherds. They saw them too.

Mouse: Yeah, right. Like a shepherd is gonna talk to a mouse. Uh Huh, I can really see that happening.

Lamb: (continuing without missing a beat) …the angel said, “I have wonderful news. The Messiah, the Lord, is born in Bethlehem.” And then suddenly the sky was filled with lots of angels.

Mouse: No, way!

Lamb: Yes, way! I’m telling you the truth I saw it with my own two eyes. The shepherds were so excited. They wanted to see the baby and so did I. So I followed them to this stable. We found the baby lying in a manger just like the angel said.

Mouse: Don’t look like anything special to me.

Lamb: The angel said he would be wrapped in swaddling clothes…

Mouse: He swallowed his clothes? You don’t think this sister is gonna swallow that tall tale do ya?

Lamb: No! Swaddling clothes. That’s how his mother wrapped him. In long, narrow strips of cloth, around and around like the shepherd bandage a wound. It’s called swaddling clothes. See.

Mouse: And that’s the Messiah?

Lamb: (sheep nods)

Mouse: …here in this stable?

Lamb: (sheep nods) in that manager.

Mouse: A baby wrapped in a poor woman’s meager swaddling cloth. He don’t look so special to me.

Lamb: Don’t let the wrapping fool you…

Mouse: Here comes somebody, gotta go.

Lamb: Don’t let the wrapping fool you…

Have an adult puppet come onto stage holding a piece of wrapping paper at this point and begin where the animal puppets left off.

We live in a visual society. Presentation is very important in our society. We want our houses to look good, our cars to look good, our clothes to look good, our food to look good and yes even our gifts to look good. Thousands of dollars are spent every year on gift wraps, bows and gift bags. We want to wrap the gift beautifully. But don’t let the wrapping fool you. Just because God’s gift was wrapped in a little package didn’t diminish the greatness of God’s gift. God’s plan of salvation was sent into the world in a little package. God had big plans for his little gift.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. God’s gift was wrapped in swaddling clothes. He wasn’t wrapped in the clothes of royalty. He came humbly so anyone could approach him. He came to give His life for everyone, not just the rich and famous.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. He looked like an ordinary baby, but there is nothing ordinary about what He would accomplish. He was the Word made flesh. He was the son of God come in the form of a man to redeem all man kind.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. He was wrapped in humanity so that you could be wrapped in His kingly robe of righteousness.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. Christmas is not about a baby. It is about peace, love, joy, redemption. Not the kind that is expressed through human emotion but the God kind that keeps on loving, that keeps on giving even in the midst of trouble, turmoil and hatred.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. Christmas is not old news. It’s new news. His mercies are new every morning.  Every day God wants to walk with you and talk with you and help you be an over comer and winner in every area of your life.

So next time you see a piece of wrapping paper or you open a gift be sure to remember, “Don’t let the wrapping fool you.”

And maybe you think I am stretching things too much with the little joke about “sticking a sock in it”. There must have been socks way before the time of Christ because when the three Hebrew boys were thrown into the fiery furnace the Bible says they were thrown in with their tunics, hosen and hats in  Daniel 3:21 "Then these men were bound in their coats, their hosen, and their hats, and their other garments, and were cast into the midst of the burning fiery furnace." A modern day word for hosen would be socks. Use our curriculum to teach this Christmas. It will save you time because it's all in there- stories, object lessons and puppet or drama skits.
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If you don't have the puppet then add mouse and lamb ears to actors and let them act out the skit.

Mouse: For crying out loud, how is a sister supposed to sleep with all the racket around this place?

Lamb: Shhh!

Mouse: Don’t shhh me! I need my beauty sleep…what in the world is all this racket about?

Lamb: Shhh!

Mouse: What part didn’t you understand?  I said, “Don’t shush this sister.

Lamb: The baby… you’ll wake up the baby.

Mouse: Uh huh and what turnip truck do you think this sister fell off? Da ya think I’m stupid? There ain’t no baby in this here stable.

Lamb: If you don’t be quiet you’re gonna wake it up.

Mouse: Why don’t ya stick a sock in it?

Lamb: (whispering) Over there... in the manger. See the baby?

Mouse: Oh, it’s a people baby! (shocked, growing louder and louder) A people baby? But what are people doing in a stable… no wonder I couldn’t sleep. And boy wuz I ah sleeping good too.  I wuz dreaming about cheese…

Lamb: (Sticks a sock in the mouse’s mouth)

Mouse: (Spitting) What are you doing? Is that a sock? Did you stick a nasty sock in my mouth?

Lamb: I said, “Shhh” and I mean it! If those people see you, they’re not going to be happy about a nasty rat being in the stable.

Mouse: Rat! Did you call me a rat? I’m a cute little mouse, not a nasty rat.

Lamb: Mouse, rat, whatever you are…you gotta be quite because this baby is really special.

Mouse: Yeah, right! All babies are special.

Lamb: No really, this baby is special special!

Mouse: And what makes this baby special special?

Lamb: He is the Messiah. This baby is the Son of God.

Mouse: You’re making this up.

Lamb: No, I’m not making it up. I was sleeping when suddenly a bright light woke me up. It was as bright as daylight, but it was still night. I was frightened. The shepherds were frightened, then the angel . . .

Mouse: Angel. You want me to believe you saw a real angel? There ain’t no angels round these parts.

Lamb: I saw a real angel in the sky over the fields where we were.  The angel said “Don’t be afraid.”

Mouse: You didn’t see an angel.

Lamb: I did so! Just ask the shepherds. They saw them too.

Mouse: Yeah, right. Like a shepherd is gonna talk to a mouse. Uh Huh, I can really see that happening.

Lamb: (continuing without missing a beat) …the angel said, “I have wonderful news. The Messiah, the Lord, is born in Bethlehem.” And then suddenly the sky was filled with lots of angels.

Mouse: No, way!

Lamb: Yes, way! I’m telling you the truth I saw it with my own two eyes. The shepherds were so excited. They wanted to see the baby and so did I. So I followed them to this stable. We found the baby lying in a manger just like the angel said.

Mouse: Don’t look like anything special to me.

Lamb: The angel said he would be wrapped in swaddling clothes…

Mouse: He swallowed his clothes? You don’t think this sister is gonna swallow that tall tale do ya?

Lamb: No! Swaddling clothes. That’s how his mother wrapped him. In long, narrow strips of cloth, around and around like the shepherd bandage a wound. It’s called swaddling clothes. See.

Mouse: And that’s the Messiah?

Lamb: (sheep nods)

Mouse: …here in this stable?

Lamb: (sheep nods) in that manager.

Mouse: A baby wrapped in a poor woman’s meager swaddling cloth. He don’t look so special to me.

Lamb: Don’t let the wrapping fool you…

Mouse: Here comes somebody, gotta go.

Lamb: Don’t let the wrapping fool you…

Have an adult puppet come onto stage holding a piece of wrapping paper at this point and begin where the animal puppets left off.

We live in a visual society. Presentation is very important in our society. We want our houses to look good, our cars to look good, our clothes to look good, our food to look good and yes even our gifts to look good. Thousands of dollars are spent every year on gift wraps, bows and gift bags. We want to wrap the gift beautifully. But don’t let the wrapping fool you. Just because God’s gift was wrapped in a little package didn’t diminish the greatness of God’s gift. God’s plan of salvation was sent into the world in a little package. God had big plans for his little gift.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. God’s gift was wrapped in swaddling clothes. He wasn’t wrapped in the clothes of royalty. He came humbly so anyone could approach him. He came to give His life for everyone, not just the rich and famous.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. He looked like an ordinary baby, but there is nothing ordinary about what He would accomplish. He was the Word made flesh. He was the son of God come in the form of a man to redeem all man kind.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. He was wrapped in humanity so that you could be wrapped in His kingly robe of righteousness.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. Christmas is not about a baby. It is about peace, love, joy, redemption. Not the kind that is expressed through human emotion but the God kind that keeps on loving, that keeps on giving even in the midst of trouble, turmoil and hatred.

Don’t let the wrapping fool you. Christmas is not old news. It’s new news. His mercies are new every morning.  Every day God wants to walk with you and talk with you and help you be an over comer and winner in every area of your life.

So next time you see a piece of wrapping paper or you open a gift be sure to remember, “Don’t let the wrapping fool you.”

And maybe you think I am stretching things too much with the little joke about “sticking a sock in it”. There must have been socks way before the time of Christ because when the three Hebrew boys were thrown into the fiery furnace the Bible says they were thrown in with their tunics, hosen and hats in  Daniel 3:21 "Then these men were bound in their coats, their hosen, and their hats, and their other garments, and were cast into the midst of the burning fiery furnace." A modern day word for hosen would be socks. Use our curriculum to teach this Christmas. It will save you time because it's all in there- stories, object lessons and puppet or drama skits.

I'm sure every child will agree that their favorite part of Christmas is the gifts. But sometimes the package under the tree with your name on it, no rx isn't what you want. Or sometimes we get that special gift but it breaks. Like one poor little boy who received only two gifts one Christmas. He loved his new shirt and especially the football.  The shirt had a tag with metal prongs that went into the fabric and bent back to hold the tag in place. With a giggle he pulled the tag off and shoved it into the football and showed his brothers his football. His brothers didn't laugh because they realized quicker than he did that their football throwing would be done with a flat piece of leather because the air was seeping out of the ball through the puncture made by the tag. His great gift wasn't so great anymore.
But can you imagine a perfect gift? A gift you would really love? A gift that would bring you great joy?  Only God can give a perfect gift. Unlike so many gifts that will be discovered under the tree this Christmas, order God’s gift cannot be broken, or lost or replaced with a new model. God has a wonderful gift, a perfect gift for you. His gift will keep on giving and giving and giving. His gift will bring you joy, peace, love and purpose in life.
Have you ever had a friend tell you that they had a gift for you? You kept waiting and waiting hoping they would give it to you. No matter how good the gift was you couldn't enjoy the gift until you got it. If you have never received God's gift of salvation, it is time you got it!  It is as easy as A, B, C to receive God’s gift. Ask him to forgive you of your sins. Believe that Jesus died on the cross and came back to life. Believe that He will forgive you. Confess Him as the Lord of your life. (Pick up the gift and open it. Pull out the trick. It should be your favorite production trick such as the aqua vase, a silk scarf that you keep pulling out, paper coil etc. At each point you'll want to pull more of the silk or water or paper to communicate God has more for us.)
Some people think when they got saved that's that all there was and put their gift down, like a child tossing a toy they are tired of playing with. But please understand the gift of salvation is much more than a one time experience.

There's more.

His gift keeps giving. (Pick up the lotto bowl and pour out liquid and sit it down. Or pull more of the long silk from the thumb tip or gift box.) Jesus is the prince of peace. He doesn't want you to be afraid. Even when things are really bad He wants to give you peace.

There's more.

His gift keeps giving. (Pick up the lotto bowl and pour out liquid and sit it down. Or pull more of the long silk from the thumb tip or gift box.) He promised He would never leave you. He wants to be more than someone you think about when you go to church. He wants to be more to you than a church thing. He wants to walk with you and talk with you and be your very best friend.

There's more.

His gift keeps giving. (Pick up the Aqua Vase and pour out liquid and sit it down. Or pull more of the long silk from the thumb tip or gift box.) He wants to talk with you. He wants you to know how very much He loves you. He wants to give you secrets that will make your life better. He wants to help you help others by using the talents He has given you. All this is in the Bible. He wants you to read it so you will know Him better. He wants to help you understand what you read, too!

But wait, there's more.

His gift keeps giving. (Pick up the Aqua Vase and pour out liquid and sit it down. Or pull more of the long silk from the thumb tip or gift box.) God's Gift changes you to become more like Jesus. As you choose to fill your mind with Scripture, it will change your attitudes. As you choose to believe the Bible and obey what it says, you'll daily become more and more like Christ. As you choose God's way, He empowers you to live out your faith in practical ways.

There's still more.

His gift keeps giving. (Pick up the Aqua Vase and pour out liquid and sit it down. Or pull more of the long silk from the thumb tip or gift box.) There's more in God's gift than I can describe in this lesson, or if I were to talk all day and all week and all month. Well, you get the picture. God's got more for you. He wants you to discover His gift. The gift that keeps on giving and giving and giving.

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