Crumbs!

An Easter story

Struggling a little for a children’s talk for Easter, I came across some people this morning on Twitter who had made an Easter Garden with a biscuit as the stone from the tomb. Inspired by them, and a 3-mile walk with the dog – the following emerged. If you are looking for an idea for tomorrow – please feel free to borrow it! Happy Easter:

When Jesus was born, there was a party on heaven and earth

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You might have thought that the King of Kings would spend his time  hobnobbing with the rich people.

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In fact, he did not. To the poor people he was a cracker (and with Jacob in his family line too).

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When they were hungry after listening to his stories, he gave them tuc to eat.

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He turned water into wine (or bourbon, in this case)

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The religious people, though, did not like him. The didn’t want him in their club – and got rid of him.

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The poor disciples thought he had gone a wafer ever.

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They could not have been more wrong – and found a lovely surprise when they came to the garden tomb on that first Easter morning.

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In all this, we should not forget that right at the heart of it all – is the love of God.

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