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November 9


Elementary:

Good morning ___school name____.

Wherever you are in the building, please stand up for Jesus and join me in the sign of our faith.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen

This morning's short story is called "A GOOD PILOT".

As I boarded a plane, the pilot called my name. He was standing in the cockpit entrance, greeting passengers. "Well, hello, Max." I looked up and to my surprise, it was my friend Joe.

He's been flying forever. He's faced every flight crisis from electrical storms to empty fuel tanks. Joe was a very good pilot!

And…he was a friend, a very GOOD friend, good in skill and good in heart.

We chatted for a few minutes, and I went to my seat with a real sense of assurance.

What more could I ask for I thought? The pilot has lots of experience.

Even more, he is my friend. I am in good hands. This knowledge came in handy.

An hour into the flight we hit a wall of winds.

People gasped and dentures rattled. I've had smoother roller coaster rides.

Unlike the other passengers, I stayed calm. I knew the pilot.

I knew his heart and trusted his skill. Joe can handle this, I told myself.

The storm was bad, but the pilot was good. And so as much as one can relax on a plane during turbulence, I did.

Friends, it's a stormy world out there. The question during these COVID times is this:

Do you have a good pilot?  The resounding response throughout the Bible is YES!

Let us pray: Creator God, YOU are the GREATEST PILOT.

May we fully trust that you have a good flight plan for each of us. Help us to turn all our fears and worries over to you God, so we can enjoy the many blessings that we have right in front of us. 

Amen


High School:

Good morning ___school name____.

Wherever you are in the building, please stand up for Jesus and join me in the sign of our faith.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen

This morning's short story is called "A GOOD PILOT".

As I boarded a plane, the pilot called my name. He was standing in the cockpit entrance, greeting passengers. "Well, hello, Max." I looked up and to my surprise, it was my friend Joe.

He's been flying forever. He's faced every flight crisis from electrical storms to empty fuel tanks. Joe was a very good pilot!

And…he was a friend, a very GOOD friend, good in skill and good in heart.

We chatted for a few minutes, and I went to my seat with a real sense of assurance.

What more could I ask for I thought? The pilot has lots of experience.

Even more, he is my friend. I am in good hands. This knowledge came in handy.

An hour into the flight we hit a wall of winds.

People gasped and dentures rattled. I've had smoother roller coaster rides.

Unlike the other passengers, I stayed calm. I knew the pilot.

I knew his heart and trusted his skill. Joe can handle this, I told myself.

The storm was bad, but the pilot was good. And so as much as one can relax on a plane during turbulence, I did.

Friends, it's a stormy world out there. The question during these COVID times is this:

Do you have a good pilot?  The resounding response throughout the Bible is YES!

Let us pray: Creator God, YOU are the GREATEST PILOT.

May we fully trust that you have a good flight plan for each of us. Help us to turn all our fears and worries over to you God, so we can enjoy the many blessings that we have right in front of us. Amen