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Creations from 4-5th Grade CE!

November 11 2014
November 11 2014

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Pilgrim's Progress Creation
Ryan, Timothy and Trey—Christian at the tomb where the excruciating burden of his guilt fell off his back, rolled into the tomb and disappeared forever!
Pilgrim's Progress Creation
Caroline, Ellis Anne, Abby and Dominic—Interpreter’s House—Interpreter helped teach Christian about the challenges he would face on his Christian journey.
Pilgrim's Progress Creation
Mia, Anna and Sophia—Giant Despair from Doubting Castle.  When Christian and Hopeful sinned they believed the lies of Despair that God was angry with them and despaired of their faith almost to the point of death.  Christian finally remember that he had the key of “God’s Promise” in his pocket the whole time—God’s promises NEVER fail!  He used the key of God’s promise to allow Hopeful and himself to escape.  You see Giant Despair falling down chasing Christian and Hopeful.  They are the two tiny red people and the little purple thing next to them is a tiny key.

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