The Throne Room Of Heaven
“You are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and
power; For You created all things, and by Your will they
exist and were created.”
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
Enough construction paper to have two sheets for each child in
your class, markers, scissors and a stapler.
What “Didn’t” God Make?
Have the children sit in a circle and ask them if they can think of
anything that God did not make. They may come up with some
things that God didn’t “directly” make. What you will want to do is
for everything they say that God didn’t make trace all of the parts
of it back to their materials or origins (ultimately creation). What
we will find is that God made everything and should be praised.
Here’s an example: A child might say “car.” You can trace all of the
parts of a car back to their original source, which was created by
God. Tires come from rubber, which come from rubber trees,
which was created by God. Metal comes from the earth (a mineral)
which was created by God. Plastic comes from oil which is drilled
from the earth which was created by God. Ultimately everything
can be traced back to creation.
A variation could be to play “I Spy Something God Made.” What
this activity will do is show that God is awesome and should be
Beginning in chapter four we see a glimpse of the throne room in
heaven. John was writing about the seven different churches and
begins to write about “things to come.” He is talking about the
future. These things have yet to happen. It is exciting to see what
God has in store for His people, but it is also sad to see what will
happen to those who don’t want anything to do with the Lord.
That is why it is so important to share the good news of Jesus with
as many people as we can.
One of the greatest things that we see in this lesson is how great our
God is. It is incredible to even imagine what heaven will be like and
what it will be like to see Jesus face to