Great High Priest
Ask your children to walk a “tightrope” (a string lying on the floor) while balancing a book on their heads and on each of their open palms. Can they do it without dropping any of the books?
What if we had to be perfect all of our lives, never making a mistake? Could we do it? Explain to your kids that although they mess up by dropping a book or falling off the “tightrope,” those aren’t sins. But sometimes the mistakes we make are sins. When we sin, Jesus represents us before the Father, ready to forgive us and help us do the right thing again. That’s why He is called the “Great High Priest.” A priest is someone who represents people before God. In Bible times, the high priest was the only one who could go into the holiest place in the temple. Today, Jesus is in heaven, speaking to God on our behalf.
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