Object Lesson – Salty Teamwork

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  1. Herb says:

    I love your site and really appreciate it. Being a Sunday School teacher and knowing a bit about running a website as well, I know that this is a labor of love, emphasis on labor. I have commented on here once before but I read here often and watch every new video that comes out. Please be encouraged to continue for as long as the Lord allows. I used this lesson on Sunday with a character I have created named Professor Fritz Von Googleheimer, who is a sort of mad scientist/nutty professor type mit der tick und hokey Zherman accent, yeah. Anyway, our lesson was on Psalms 133:1 so it was an obvious fit.

    A couple of modifications I made to the details (One thing I have learned over the years, is to always practice first): A full 26 ounce box of salt does not fit into a 3 ft length of 1″ PVC pipe, but it will nicely hold one cup and a 3 1/2 foot long, 1/2 inch breaker bar works perfectly as a ramrod for it. So I had one of the girls be my lovely assistant and measured out the cup of zalt for me. I told the boys I needed some manly assistants later on. I had 2 boys ramming and pushing with all their might and they couldn’t break that little piece of tissue paper.

    This was a great object lesson and it came at just the right time, thank you very much and keep up the good work.