Faith Like Mustard
by Ethan Morales
Good morning boys and girls Happy Sabbath. I hope you guys had a good week. Let’s jump into our story.
So for today’s Bible verse, we’re going to be taking a look at Matthew 13 Verse 31, to 33, where it says, The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed planted in a field. It is the smallest of all seeds, but it becomes the largest of garden plants. It grows into a tree, and the birds come and make nests in the branches.
So to illustrate that, boys and girls, today, we have some mustard. And with this mustard, we’re going to put just a little bit into this cup right here. So yeah, excellent. Squeeze. Now I know a lot of you probably don’t like mustard. So you’re you probably love seeing this mustard go to waste. At least the kids do. I don’t know about the adults. I like mustard. All right.
So here we have our handy dandy mustard. We’re gonna do, we’re gonna take some baking soda. And we’re gonna mix it in with the mustard. And we’ll see what happens.
All right here we got what Whoa, you see that boys and girls, it’s, it’s growing. It’s expanding. What? Kind of cool, don’t do this at home, because then you might make a mess I made I almost made a mess right here. So don’t do it.
Anyways, boys and girls, it goes to show you goes to show that even if you have the smallest of faith, when God comes into the picture, you can do tremendous things with that. Just like with that tiny little mustard seed. The Bible even says, if you have enough faith, as tiny that mustard seed, you’ll be able to move mountains. And so with this illustration today, boys and girls, we can see that we can do just that.
Alright, so let’s go ahead and pray and conclude our children’s. Dear Heavenly Father, thank you God for another day of life. Lord, thank you for another Sabbath. Right now as we move into our sermon. Lord, I just ask that you continue to be with us. Be with the children be with their parents and guardians and their loved ones or may you continue to shine through them. And may you please forgive us of our sins. We ask all these things the name of Jesus Christ, amen.
Bye boys and girls Happy Sabbath and I will see you next time.