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The easter story

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  • 1. The Easter Story. How do these pictures relate to Easter?
  • 2. Jesus asked his friends to find him a donkey. Jesus rode the donkey into Jerusalem.
  • 3. The people gathered together, it was like a big huge parade. They waved palm leaves at Jesus as he came down the streets.
  • 4. But, some people did not like Jesus. They were jealous of him and wanted him gone.
  • 5. Jesus and his friends had a special dinner. He was very sad as he knew that people were plotting against him.
  • 6. After dinner, Jesus prayed all night in the garden of Gethsemane.
  • 7. The next morning, Jesus’ enemies came to get him. They placed a crown of thorns on his head and put him on a cross.
  • 8. When Jesus died, they placed his body in a tomb which was cut in to a rock. The tomb was sealed with a large stone.
  • 9. Two days later, Mary Magdalene, a friend of Jesus visited the tomb. She found that the stone had been moved and Jesus was gone!
  • 10. Jesus was alive again! Story pictures from http://www.request.org.uk
  • 11. This is why Christians celebrate Easter. Animated images copyright http://www.billybear4kids.com
  • 12. Thinking about the story, why do we relate these pictures to Easter?

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