Aslan is not safe! He is a lion. But he is GOOD!
Mr. & Mrs. Beaver told the children all about this person here (remove the Lamp post card, and reveal the lion) Who was it? ASLAN.
The children asked “Is he safe?” “No of course he's not safe – he's a lion! But he is GOOD.” Then as they began to make their escape, something amazing began to happen – what was it? SPRING had started to arrive. “ASLAN is on the move!” called the animals. Eventually, he rescued Edmund – but the White Witch recalled a law which meant she had the right to take his life. Aslan had to talk to her alone.
Lucy and Susan saw him walking sad and lonely away from the camp, and went with him. He let them hold him, and keep him company. Then he made them hide. They couldn't believe their eyes when they saw him allow himself to be bound and shorn and laid on the stone table, and they couldn't bear to look as the White Witch raised her dagger.... she killed him. Lucy and Susan were desperately sad. Then they saw the little mice begin to nibble away the ropes. Sadly they began to walk away – and there was a terrific CRACK – they looked back – and what had happened?
Yes! Aslan had come alive! He was there, strong and well and his mane had grown again – the stone table had cracked in two - and they were full of joy! The White Witch was beaten – there was a deeper law.
A beautiful Bible written by Korky and Anni Davey (OAC ministries) with an easy to do painting. You can however also tell the story without a painting.