A little boy was sick on Palm Sunday and stayed home from church with his mother. His father returned from church holding a palm branch. The little boy was curious and asked, “Why do you have that palm branch, Dad?”

   “You see, when Jesus came into town, everyone waved palm branches to honor Him, so we got palm branches today.”

   The little boy replied, “The only Sunday I miss is the Sunday that Jesus shows up!”

   Five-year-old Brian had a pivotal verse to recite in an Easter program: “He is not here, he is risen” (Luke 24:6). Unfortunately, he could not remember what to say, and the director had to quietly remind him of his line. He then confidently grabbed the microphone and triumphantly shouted, “He’s not here; He’s in prison!”

   Six-year-old Keirsten was talking with her grandmother about their church’s Easter sunrise service when she announced, “Nana, I’m not going to that rise-and-shine thing. I have to get up too early!”

   As the pastor introduced his children’s sermon on Easter, he asked the little ones, “Do you see anything different about our church today?”

   Little Heather quickly figured out the difference and blurted out, “It’s full!”

   As a man was driving his children to church on Easter Sunday, he was trying to explain that Easter was when we celebrate Jesus raising from the dead. From the back seat his three-year-old piped up, “Will He be in church today?”

   Three-year-old Shawn accompanied his dad to church on Easter. The father wanted his son to understand the meaning of Easter, so he tried to explain the significance of the cross which hung at the front of the church. He said, “Jesus died because people nailed him to the cross.” The little boy’s eyes widened as he scanned the church.

   He asked his dad, “You mean these people?”


Source: ministry127

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