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Abraham held Sarah’s hand. He put his arm around her (put arm around child). He patted her back (pat child’s back).

“Boo-hoo,” she cried.

“Don’t be sad!” Abraham said kindly. He loved his wife Sarah.

Whom do you love?

Abraham held Sarah’s hand. He put his arm around her (put arm around child). He patted her back (pat child’s back).

“Boo-hoo,” she cried.

“Don’t be sad!” Abraham said kindly. He loved his wife Sarah.

Whom do you love?

Sarah blew her nose. Can you blow your nose? Sarah wiped her cheeks (pat child’s cheeks). She looked at Abraham. “I always wanted a baby of my very own!” she whispered. “But now I am too old!”

“I want a baby too,” Abraham answered. “God said He would give us a son. But now we are so old.”

Sarah blew her nose. Can you blow your nose? Sarah wiped her cheeks (pat child’s cheeks). She looked at Abraham. “I always wanted a baby of my very own!” she whispered. “But now I am too old!”

“I want a baby too,” Abraham answered. “God said He would give us a son. But now we are so old.”

One day Abraham saw three strange men (hold up three fingers and count them). They were standing near Abraham’s tent. “Come and rest a while,” he called. “Rest in the shade of this tree. I will bring you food.”

The men smiled. “Thank you very much,” they said. The three men sat down under the tree. (Point to and count the men again.)

One day Abraham saw three strange men (hold up three fingers and count them). They were standing near Abraham’s tent. “Come and rest a while,” he called. “Rest in the shade of this tree. I will bring you food.”

The men smiled. “Thank you very much,” they said. The three men sat down under the tree. (Point to and count the men again.)

Abraham hurried into his tent. “Sarah,” he said, “we have company. Please bake some bread.”

The servants helped Abraham and Sarah fix the food. Can you mix some bread?

Mix the bread, Mix the bread.

Sarah can, Sarah can.

Bake us a loaf as fast as you can.

Mix it and knead it And pat it with glee.

Bake it in the oven for our visitors three!

Abraham hurried into his tent. “Sarah,” he said, “we have company. Please bake some bread.”

The servants helped Abraham and Sarah fix the food. Can you mix some bread?

Mix the bread, Mix the bread.

Sarah can, Sarah can.

Bake us a loaf as fast as you can.

Mix it and knead it And pat it with glee.

Bake it in the oven for our visitors three!

Soon the food was ready. Abraham took it to the visitors.

“Where is your wife?” one man asked.

“She’s in the tent,” Abraham said.

“I will come back and see you next year,” the man said. “And when I come, your wife, Sarah, will have her very own baby boy.”

Soon the food was ready. Abraham took it to the visitors.

“Where is your wife?” one man asked.

“She’s in the tent,” Abraham said.

“I will come back and see you next year,” the man said. “And when I come, your wife, Sarah, will have her very own baby boy.”

Sarah heard the man, and she laughed at what the man said (laugh aloud). She felt she was too old to have a baby.

Where is Sarah? (Point to her.) There is Sarah! In the tent. “I heard Sarah laughing,” the man said. “She thinks she is too old. But is anything too hard for the Lord?”

Then Abraham knew the man was really the Lord.

Sarah heard the man, and she laughed at what the man said (laugh aloud). She felt she was too old to have a baby.

Where is Sarah? (Point to her.) There is Sarah! In the tent. “I heard Sarah laughing,” the man said. “She thinks she is too old. But is anything too hard for the Lord?”

Then Abraham knew the man was really the Lord.

A braham and Sarah did have a baby boy! (Pretend to hold baby in arms.) They named him Isaac. His name means “he laughs.” Sarah and Abraham loved Isaac. (Hug your child.) People in families love one another.

A braham and Sarah did have a baby boy! (Pretend to hold baby in arms.) They named him Isaac. His name means “he laughs.” Sarah and Abraham loved Isaac. (Hug your child.) People in families love one another.