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Topic: David & Goliath
Message: Posted by: dee (Jun 13, 2005 08:34PM)
Hi Fellows.

What Gospel Illusion I can use to show "I can do all things through Christ who makes me strong." in David & Goliath lesson for under 5yrs sunday school kids.

I normally use Doc Haley's "Boomeranging Lies" to illustrate how big is Goliath and how small is David. But in the name of Jesus the small David becoming BIG and STRONG defeating Goliath.

Any suggestions?

dee
Message: Posted by: randyburtis (Jun 15, 2005 09:31AM)
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On 2005-06-13 21:34, dee wrote:
Hi Fellows.

What Gospel Illusion I can use to show "I can do all things through Christ who makes me strong." in David & Goliath lesson for under 5yrs sunday school kids.

I normally use Doc Haley's "Boomeranging Lies" to illustrate how big is Goliath and how small is David. But in the name of Jesus the small David becoming BIG and STRONG defeating Goliath.

Any suggestions?

dee


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phone book tearing may fit a bit there....as far as the "do all things "reference...
or maybe since they are so young, how about the physical feat where you sit on a staright backed chair, feet firmly planted, and with one finger placed on your forehead(by the 5 yr old), you are unable to stand...
Message: Posted by: dee (Jun 15, 2005 08:45PM)
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On 2005-06-15 10:31, randyburtis wrote:
phone book tearing may fit a bit there....as far as the "do all things "reference
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How long should it be in the oven before?

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...or maybe since they are so young, how about the physical feat where you sit on a staright backed chair, feet firmly planted, and with one finger placed on your forehead(by the 5 yr old), you are unable to stand...
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Just heard about this. Is it gonna work that way? Would you or someone please explain to me further?

Anyway, thanks for ideas Randy.
Message: Posted by: randyburtis (Jun 17, 2005 09:21AM)
I have never done either effect, so sadly I am not able to supply any workings... I am not even sure what to google for it, perhaps parlor tricks, or something, the chair one has been around for ages, it is all about leverage, sorry, I hate to offer ideas and not be able to help further, another idea that came to mind was the no tear paper. Ther eis a paper that is not ablet o be torn, they use it to make envelopes, or to even have as sheets, if you had this no tar along with a simalr matte regualr sheet, you could have the kid try to tear it, then switch it out, bring in the verse application, and then he rips it up... fromt his you could branch into a fun t/r effect, or a mouth coil(unless you feel uncomfy doing mouth tricks in front of a young group)
Message: Posted by: dee (Jun 17, 2005 07:53PM)
IT's known as a wonder pad. Do they sell this kind of sheet outside of magic store. Stationery for example. Coz I don't think my local shop have this thing.
Message: Posted by: randyburtis (Jun 18, 2005 09:40AM)
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On 2005-06-17 20:53, dee wrote:
IT's known as a wonder pad. Do they sell this kind of sheet outside of magic store. Stationery for example. Coz I don't think my local shop have this thing.


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I have only seen it at stationary stores...
Message: Posted by: God-glorified (Jun 20, 2005 07:44PM)
Anything bending.....preferably nail bending or the large bending item from Carpenters Nightmare........This is probably my best suggestion,
It is at http://www.hocus-pocus.com It will also get you away from the popular matrix patter and the fact that you bend it with one finger will illustrate the point