Sunday, April 25, 2010

GPS - God's Plan of Salvation

The kids did their musical on Sunday night as well. They have been SO excited about this and we were SO excited to see them! I know I said the same thing at Christmas time, but it brings back so many memories of when I was in these children's musicals. Their musical was called "GPS - God's Plan of Salvation". The story was about a kid taking their driving test and the GPS was trying to direct her all along the way. It compared the GPS to God's Word - that it guides and directs us. They had songs about the "Rules of the Road" (10 commandments) and Psalm 1:1 - different songs that spoke about ways we can live our lives to follow the Lord. It was GREAT!

Here's Jacob's face again...lips pursed, surly face. I think he was nervous and so he made this crazy first for the first song. Thankfully he snapped out of it and did GREAT for the rest of the program. It helped that he and Josiah were right in the front row - right in front of their director too! :)

The whole choir - the boys LOVED this motion. Putting their arms around their necks and swaying back and forth. I don't know why it cracked them up, but it did! :)
Josiah got to hold the sign for the 3rd commandment - and he was SO proud and excited about it! (See Jacob over his right shoulder?) :) Josiah almost didn't turn around in time because he was so "into the singing" he told me!

All 10 commandments - our boys know them now!

Another of their favorite motions....they were singing "Oh NO!" during this one! :)
This was at the end of their "Modern Day Idolatry" song - very cute! They sang about how we can take things from this world and turn them into modern day idols...their music was solid, I'm telling you!
Lyrics in the last song were "You're the Way, the Truth, and the Life" - this was them spelling the "L" for Life. Jacob loved this one especially.
I was so proud of the boys - they did a great job and had so much fun doing it!!


dandsratz said...

This is SOOOOOOO cute!!!! I love it!!! I would have loved to have been there!!!!! :)

anthonyandbeth said...

i would have LOVED to be there seeing all those kids praising Jesus! what a blessing for your children to have these opportunities. i'm sure they will be memories they have forever. love Jacob's little "look" and how you can totally know exactly what he's feeling/thinking as his mom. :)