Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Christmas 2 A(January 5): Special Children


There is an 2020 updated version of this post with more stuff - see archive at left.

Bible Readings: Jeremiah 31:7-14, Psalm 147 12-20, Ephesians 1:3-14, John 1: (1-9), 10-18.

About the images:
Upper Left: This is a free image from Heartlight. T o visit their site, go to my links column on the left hand side of this page.
Upper Right: This is a free clipart image from Hermano Leon with my text. To find his clipart, go to my links column on the left hand side of this page.
Lower Left: This is an image from Church Galleries.  See my link column at left.

Listening Song: Dies Irae
By Robert Prizeman on his album, Libera (pict
ured at left). This song uses some of the gospel words.

Kids' Story: Our Granny
By Margaret Wild and Julie Vivas, Omnibus Books, 1993, ISBN 1862913501 (pictured at right). This story develops the idea of family and therefore relates to how we are all children of God.

Film Clip: The Cider House Rules
(pictured at left) Show the clip (around 13 minutes in) where Curley is told he is special. This goes very well with the part in the John reading and the Ephesians reading that tells us that we are God's special children.

 Quote: Madeleine L'Engle
It starts with "cribb'd, cabined and confined" and can be found in in Imaging the Word Volume 2 by Susan A. Blain Sharon Iverson Glouwens, Catherine O'Callaghan, Grant Spradling (Eds.), United Church Press, 1995, ISBN 0829810331, page 105.

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