"The Marriage Feast of Cana," DK Children's Illustrated Bible, p.212
"Wedding at Cana," Spark Story Bible, p.410
"The Wedding at Cana," DK Children's Everyday Bible, p.228
"Jesus' First Miracle," The Beginner's Bible, p. 314
In Sid's neighborhood on Aristotle Street, the residents don't talk to one another. So it's simple for Sid, a six-dinner cat, to make six different people think he belongs to them. He works hard for his suppers, with six different names and six types of behavior. But when a cough precipitates six visits to the animal hospital, he is found out by the observant vet. His owners agree to make sure he receives only one meal a day, but since Sid is six-dinner cat, he just moves to Pythagoras Place where the neighbors do talk to one another and don't mind sharing dinner with him.
How these stories are connected: Sid pulls off the impossible -- he finds six owners who feed him six different dinners. Jesus does things that seem impossible, too. He turns water into wine and keeps a wedding celebration going.
Questions about Six Dinner Sid:
How did Six Dinner Sid get six dinners?
What did his owners do about it?
How many dinners did Sid get after he moved?
Why didn’t he have to hide it from his owners?
Questions about the Bible story:
What did Jesus’ mother tell the servant? Why?
What did Jesus do?
Why do you think he did that?
Questions about our lives:
What good things does Jesus want you to do?
Dear Jesus, thank you for being good and kind, and for helping out at the marriage feast in Cana. Thank you for everyone who does nice things for us. Help us do good and kind things, too. Amen.