Remember the Little things #9
Yesterday, I was delighted to receive feedback from some of our parents concerning their young children being taught our Christian Faith at home. Our Sunday School is called ” Martha’s House,” which seems not only appropriate but in some way prophetic since the lock down. Our Sunday school leader gave construction tasks for our children to make Crosses and to build model Churches- the results were truly amazing!
A three-year-old from one of our families decided to invite spiderman and his friends into his model Church on the Sunday of St Mary of Egypt, whilst singing “Lord da da mercy”. How considerate and proper to invite spiderman now that Church is held on the world wide web. All are welcome!
Glory to God!
Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants
You have ordained strength,
Because of Your enemies,
That You may silence the enemy and the avenger.
The Little Child
Matthew 2; 21 “Then he arose, took the young Child and His mother,
And came into the land of Israel.”
Did you sit at Joseph’s feet to see him work with wood?
Did you watch him smooth the plane to make the bad grain good?
Did you play out in the streets with friends and hit the ball?
Did they ask you for some food and then you gave it all?
O how I’d like to know the child in you but nothing much is told
All we hear are miracles about the sick, the young and old.
I want to know the little Christ that danced and sang and played.
I want to hear the stories of the little toys that Joseph made.
I want to see the joyful child that gave such love for free.
I want to find the little child that lives inside of me.
O how I’d like to rediscover some story of your fame
Before you calmed the waters and healed the sick and lame.
To the Glory of God
Abba Pambo said, “If you have a heart, you can be saved.”