Sin is Destructive 2

Picture1Lesson Application: This is a simple but effective illustration to show that even what we consider “little” sins, if left unchecked, grow and grow until eventually they cause destruction.

Supplies: a round balloon, a marker, and a balloon pump Take a round balloon, inflate it, and write the word “sin” on it with a marker. Deflate the balloon. Show the kids the balloon, and while you are explaining that “little sins grow bigger”, begin to demonstrate this by slowly inflating the balloon (and consequently the word “sin”).  Inflate the balloon so much that it explodes! Remind the kids that ALL sin is very destructive.

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