The Sixth Sunday of Easter

God Keeps Our Feet from Slipping

Psalm 66: 9

The only shoes worn by the regular people of Jesus's time were sandals with leather soles, which slide easily when they are wet. Most of us have probably slipped in leather shoes at one time or another.

Their countryside was sandy and rocky, and it can be extremely difficult to climb rocks in the wrong shoes.

Put up a mountain landscape with lots of rocks and boulders in front, and add the banner.

Trace around each child's foot on brown fun foam, heavy paper, or even scraps of leather. Use colored shoelaces for sandal straps, and distress the sandals in some fashion.

Pile the broken sandals at the bottom of the rocks.

Even when our shoes are broken, God keeps us - and our feet - safe.


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