Children’s Sunday Sermon
February 2, 2020
Good morning girls and boys. Let’s start with a riddle: What is white when it’s dirty and black when it’s clean? A blackboard.
Well you all look so nice and clean today. That means that you probably used some soap when you washed up this morning. And whether you took a bath or a shower or just washed up at the sink, to do a good job you need soap to get rid of the dirt and impurities — things that might spoil your good looks!
The people who make a certain kind of soap have a slogan that says that their soap is ninety-nine and nine-tenths percent pure. That means that there is practically nothing in the soap that is unclean.
Jesus tells us to make ourselves one-hundred percent pure in heart. That means He wants all our thoughts and all our deeds to be free from anything that spoils our ability to think good…
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