During this prayer one reflects on the good actions one can do during his day to be chosen with the good fish.

Equipment: fish templates, pencils, pens, crayons

Related to Liturgy: 14th Sunday of Ordinary Time Year A

Related to Bible: Matthew 13: 44-52   



God’s Kingdom is like a fishing net that was let down into the lake and caught all kinds of fish.  After being pulled up on the shore the good fish was collected in baskets while the bad ones were thrown away.  The good fish represent those of us who have a good relationship with God while the bad ones are those who do not care and are not willing to get to know God.

  • Take some time to think what can you do or say in your everyday life so that you can be chosen with the good like the good fish.
  • On the fish-template provided, write some of these good actions which you thought of.
  • Now you can say a prayer to God asking Him to help you do these good deeds in your everyday life.

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