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Remembrance Day 11th November 2013

The Ode
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun and in the morning,

We will remember them.


Why 11.00 am on 11 November?

The armistice or end of hostilities in the First World War was actually agreed to at 5.00am on 11 November. However, it took another six hours before all fighting units received word that the armistice had been agreed that fighting should cease. Germany surrendered unconditionally.

It was felt that the time when all hostilities finally stopped was the more appropriate time to remember the service and sacrifice of men and women involved in World War I. This day was named Armistice Day from 1918. And so we remember at ‘The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month’.

Are Armistice Day and Remembrance Day the same?

Yes. 11 November was originally known as Armistice Day because it was on that day that the armistice occurred. An armistice is when opposing sides agree to stop hostilities against one another. At this time, fighting ceases, guns are unloaded and put away. Although hostilities ended, the peace treaty was not signed until the following year, on 28 June 1919.

After World War II the Australian and British Governments decided to change the name of the day from Armistice Day to Remembrance Day. In the United States 11 November is now known as Veterans’ Day. At the times these changes took place, governments were looking for a way to also remember the service and sacrifice of men and women who had served during World War II. It was decided to remember the men and women from both world wars on the same day. Since the armistice was a specific event at the end of World War I it was considered better to have a name that would include both wars. And so Remembrance Day came into existence.

Today on Remembrance Day we remember ALL Australian men and women who served in
war and peacekeeping activities. These include World Wars I and II, Malaya, Korea, Borneo, Vietnam, Iraq, East Timor Afghanistan and nearly 40 other peacekeeping activities. You can see the names of these war and peacekeeping activities (and the major battles and theatres of war) in the Shrine of Remembrance, around its precinct, on the Second World War Memorial and at the Remembrance Garden Post 1945 Memorial. This garden is a place of remembrance of the service men and women from post 1945 conflicts and peacekeeping.

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A soldier’s slang activity

Feeding the Five Thousand

Jesus Feeds Five Thousand

Scripture:  Matthew 13:15-21; Mark 6:35-44; Luke 9:12-17; John 6:4-13

This story is about a miracle.  If you don’t know what a miracle is, you should by the end of this story.  Just remember only God can do miracles, and He still does them today!

Jesus had sent the twelve disciples out into the country and gave them the power to heal sick people and tell others about God’s love.  When the disciples returned, they met with Jesus to tell Him about all the people they talked with and had healed.  They were all very excited to tell Jesus about their adventures.

The problem was, people followed the disciples so they could find Jesus.  They had seen the miracles He had done and wanted to see more.  But Jesus knew the disciples wanted to talk to Him and they hadn’t even had a chance to eat yet, so He said to them, “Come with me and we will find a quiet place to talk  and get some rest.”

So they went away by themselves in a boat to a quiet place.  But many people saw them leaving and recognized them and ran after them on land. The boat Jesus and the disciples were in was slowed down because of wind so the people actually got to the other side of shore ahead of them.

When Jesus and the disciples arrived they noticed the large crowd.  Jesus felt love for these people because He knew they needed a teacher and someone to believe in.  He knew that the disciples would understand so He began teaching the large crowd many things.

It was starting to get late in the day and none of the people had supper yet.  The disciples came to Jesus and said, “There is no food around here and its already getting late.  Maybe we should send the people away so they can go to the surrounding towns and get themselves something to eat.”

But Jesus replied, “You give them something to eat.”  The disciples didn’t think that they understood Jesus right, “We can’t feed all these people, we would have to work almost a year to pay for all the food.”  The disciples said shocked.

While the disciples were talking to Jesus one of the disciples named Andrew noticed a small boy walking by with a small lunch.  He stopped the boy and asked him what he had.  He quickly ran over to where the disciples were talking to Jesus and said, “Here is a boy with five small loaves of bread and two small fish, but how far will they go among so many people?”

Jesus smiled and said, “Ask everyone to sit down.”  There was lots of grass to sit on so everyone was seated, all five thousand of them.  After everyone was seated Jesus took the loaves of bread and thanked God for it.  Then the disciples passed around the bread and everyone could take as much as they wanted.  He did the same with the fish.

Remember these were five small loaves of bread and two small fish, enough for a boy to eat on his own.  There were five thousand people all eating from this boy’s small lunch, and they could eat as much as they wanted.  There are probably more than five thousand people at your church or school, it’s a lot of people!

After everyone was full, Jesus asked the disciples to gather all the food that was leftover so nothing would be wasted.  After they gathered all the baskets of food they counted them up.  There were twelve baskets still full with some bread and fish from the little boys small lunch.

His small lunch probably barely filled one of the baskets before Jesus touched it.  And that is a miracle!  After the people realized what had happened they said to each other, “This must be an important person sent from God.”  He was much more than that!

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