15: 20- And he arose and came to his father. But, when he was still a
great way off, his father saw him and had compassion, and ran and fell
on his neck and kissed him.
This project takes a sheet of plain or colored typing paper, scissors, a
pencil and scissors. Fold the paper in half so the short edges are
together. Open it up and bring the top corners of one long edge
together at the crease. (See picture.) Fold the point that was formed
at the top downward. Fold the paper in half so the point is to the
Along the bottom edge, draw the shape of
an airplane tail. Be sure not to draw on a folded edge. (See
picture.) Cut out the tail section. Fold the center up so you have a
section to hold. Staple the plane together along that section. Fold
the wings and tail down so they are horizontal to the ground. Decorate
your plane. Launch the plane gently. It should fly in a loop. Be sure
not to throw it at another person for safety.
This airplane is fun because it comes back to you. In the Bible, there
was great rejoicing when the prodigal son returned to his family. Even
if we stray, God rejoices when we return to Him. God waits patiently,
with loving kindness to restore us when we return to him with humble
hearts. He offers us everything in his kingdom and does not even dwell
on our past disobedience. God will run to meet you if you turn to Him.