Sally, and Pastor
morning Pastor Craig!
morning Sally! Iím so glad to see you in Sunday School today! How are you
coming in your Bibil reading these days?
Just grand! I am reading the go-spell of Street John!
go-spell of Street John! Iím in chapter One, and I have a question for you!
a minute: ďgo-spellĒ? You must be talking about ĎGospelí! That means
GOOD NEWS! And ĎStreet Johní? Oh, you mean Saint
John, one of the Lordís Disciples! You sure have a time with names donít
well! Anyway, the question is, why is Jesus called the Lamb of God here in John
a good question Sally! The answer is in the ten commandments. Do you remember
the ten commandments?
yes! Thou shalt not steal, thou shalt clean up thy room, thou shalt not kick
uh... Anyway. Can you keep from breaking any of those commandments?
I cannot! I try, but boy do I mess up! I try not to lie, but I still tell people
things that arenít true, and I am so sorry!
good Sally - we ought to be sorry when we break Godís commandments. But being
sorry wonít pay for the sin. Right after God gave Moses and the children of
Israel those 10 commandments, He then told them to get a lamb. And when they
broke a commandment, they would have to bring that lamb and ask God by faith to
accept its death in their place
Now, when God told them that, He knew that one day, He would send His only
begotten Son to this earth to die in our place
like that lamb!?
Jesus became THE Lamb of God that would take your and my sin away just by simple
so glad Heís my Lamb!
so am I Sally! So am I!
Jesus your Lamb today? Has He taken away ALL your sins, and forgiven you?