“It may be that the house of Judah will hear all the
adversities which I propose to bring upon them, that
everyone may turn from his evil way, that I may forgive
their iniquity and their sin.”
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
Two blank stickers for each child and paper cards with numbers
1 – 10 written on them.
Fruit roll ups, large squares or circles will work best.
As many sheets of parchment paper (8 1/2 x 11 inches OK) as the
number of children in your class, black markers, ribbon, 1/2“
diameter doweling cut into 14” lengths (two for each child) and
craft scissors that will cut special jagged edges.
God’s Preserves His Word!
We will learn in our lesson today that God’s Word can never be
destroyed. People over the years have tried to get rid of God’s
Word, but they will never succeed. Play this fun game to remember
that God will always preserve His Word. The only supply needed is
Have children stand in a large circle, holding their hands behind
their backs. Choose someone to stand in the center of the circle.
Explain to the children that you will be giving one of the persons in
the circle the Bible. The object is for the chosen child to pass the
Bible to the child next to them and that child onto the next, etc., all
behind their backs. After 30 seconds, the child in the middle will
have to guess which child is holding the Bible. Make sure to let the
children know in the circle that they all can pretend to be receiving
the Bible to try to throw off the child in the middle.
The children should continue passing the Bible for 30 seconds.
Say, “stop” and allow the child in the middle to guess who has the
Bible. If the guess is correct, the person holding the Bible becomes
the next center person. If the guess is incorrect, have the kids
continue passing the Bible. Play a few rounds to give other
children opportunity to play. As you begin your lesson time you
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