An ideal object lesson for baptisms
You show a large silver bowl that is empty. When you turn it upside down nothing comes out. When you pick it up again and start tip it up, water will pour out of it!
Something from nothing, liquid from mid-air! This can be repeated again and again, with the vase continually filling with water.
Being able to produce water from nothing time after time makes this trick ideal for telling different Bible stories, such as:
- Moses getting water from a rock (Num 20:11)
- the widow's endless jar of oil (2 Kings 4:4)
- Jesus being baptised (Matt 3:13).
It is an ideal object lesson for baptisms.
You can also colour the water with red food dye and use it to symbolise the blood of Jesus that was shed for all.
Where to buy
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