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Elisha is God’s man. (Point to Elisha.) Walking, walking. (Together, walk around the room.) Elisha takes a long walk to Shunem. A kind woman (point to the woman) sees Elisha coming. “Elisha, come to our house!” the kind woman calls. “Come and eat with us.”
Elisha is God’s man. (Point to Elisha.) Walking, walking. (Together, walk around the room.) Elisha takes a long walk to Shunem. A kind woman (point to the woman) sees Elisha coming. “Elisha, come to our house!” the kind woman calls. “Come and eat with us.”
See the good food. “Please eat,” the kind woman says. (Point to the food.) Yum-yum-yum! (Pretend to eat.) She gives Elisha some good fruit. Elisha eats good food. Soon he is full. (Rub tummy.)
See the good food. “Please eat,” the kind woman says. (Point to the food.) Yum-yum-yum! (Pretend to eat.) She gives Elisha some good fruit. Elisha eats good food. Soon he is full. (Rub tummy.)
Elisha needs a place to rest when he comes here,” the kind woman says to her husband. (Point to the woman.) “Let’s build a room for him.” So the kind woman and her husband decide to build a little room for Elisha.
Elisha needs a place to rest when he comes here,” the kind woman says to her husband. (Point to the woman.) “Let’s build a room for him.” So the kind woman and her husband decide to build a little room for Elisha.
Every day the kind man works to build a room for Elisha. (Point to the man.) His hammer goes tap, tap, tap. (Point to the hammer and pretend to tap with a hammer.) His saw goes cut, cut, cut. (Pretend to cut wood with a saw.)
Every day the kind man works to build a room for Elisha. (Point to the man.) His hammer goes tap, tap, tap. (Point to the hammer and pretend to tap with a hammer.) His saw goes cut, cut, cut. (Pretend to cut wood with a saw.)
See Elisha’s new room. (Point to each item as it is named.) See Elisha’s table. See the lamp on the table. “This room is for you, Elisha,” the kind woman says. Elisha likes his new room. (Point to Elisha.) “Thank you,” he says. “You are so kind to me. I want to do something for you.” But the kind woman says, “Thank you, but I don’t really need anything.”
See Elisha’s new room. (Point to each item as it is named.) See Elisha’s table. See the lamp on the table. “This room is for you, Elisha,” the kind woman says. Elisha likes his new room. (Point to Elisha.) “Thank you,” he says. “You are so kind to me. I want to do something for you.” But the kind woman says, “Thank you, but I don’t really need anything.”
Elisha really wants to do something nice for the kind woman. His servant says that the kind woman has no children. She really wants a baby. Sometimes she is sad because she has no little baby at her house. Elisha says, “You are kind to me. I will ask God to give you a baby boy. Next year, you will have a baby to love.”
Elisha really wants to do something nice for the kind woman. His servant says that the kind woman has no children. She really wants a baby. Sometimes she is sad because she has no little baby at her house. Elisha says, “You are kind to me. I will ask God to give you a baby boy. Next year, you will have a baby to love.”