Friday, September 11, 2020

God Shows Himself Powerful Through Answered Prayer

God Shows Himself Powerful Through Answered Prayer


1rst option 
Game Review: 

2nd option
My personal story:
Answered Prayer - Mallard
Bible Lesson:
4 -10 Minute Playtime:
3 minute clean up:
During Play Time - Get craft ready.
Memory Verse
Review Questions - Stickers:
Story Song:
Ending: Clean up Time
Line Up:
Pray- Give out papers and prizes:
(If Class Goes Long)
Play ring around the rosies:
Duck duck goose:
Run In A Circle Together:

My Personal Story: Follow Here: Mallard

This Is A Real Photo Of Mallard
God Blessed Me With Beautiful Fall 

God uses Animals for his Glory.
A seemingly little prayer
blessed my heart in a really big way.
I have written many poems and songs about and because of Mallard.
 God blessed me beyond just an 
outstanding photo. God hears small prayers, 
big prayers, and also feeble prayers.

My Photography Above 2014

Glue a strip of card-stock across the top back.
Punch holes evenly apart at the top.
Make a handle out of pipe cleaners.

For younger children:
Glue on the Verse Ahead.
Do All Glueing Ahead.
Have them color and put the prayers in.

The above pictures were used in this
craft are...

From Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages for Ages 4-8. © 1999 Standard Publishing.
Used by permission. Reproducible Coloring Books may be purchased from
Standard Publishing,, 1-800-543-1301.

My Prayer Pocket

While explaining the verse  say:
David said, to God.
"Whenever I am afraid I will trust you."

God tells us in his Word to trust 
in him when we are afraid.
When we trust God we are 
having faith in God's
care for us. 

Miriam's Important Job 

Miriam had a very important thing to do.
Baby Moses's life was in danger.
A wicked King was out to throw all the little boy
 babies of the Israelites into the Nile river.

Miriam's parents had to hide the baby Moses from the King's
men.  They had to keep him quiet.  They prayed for his life and his safety.
Miriam had to obey, she needed to help
keep baby Moses quiet.  She could not wander off somewhere to play.
She could not do whatever she wanted to do.  She had to follow her parent's instructions.  Mose's life depended on her.  
If she were stubborn it could have cost her brother's life.  If she were careless
it would have been very sad.  

Miriam was trusted,  when children obey they earn trust. 
 They are called trustworthy.  Her mother gave her a very important job.
They made a basket with a lid, that could float on water.  They
hid Moses inside of it.  

Miriam prayed and her parents prayed.  Miriam was courageous and she followed her parent's instructions.  She did not let fear stop her
from being part of saving her brother's life. 
Miriam and her mother carried the basket to the edge of the Nile.  Miriam put the basket into the water among the reeds.
The basket floated on the water and she followed the basket as it floated down the Nile River.
From a distance, she could see an Egyptian Princess and her maids bathing at the water's edge.  She watched and prayed for her brother's safety.   Will baby Moses be safe?  
The Egyptian princess saw the basket by the bulrushes and found baby Moses
inside.  She had compassion for him.  
Miriam ran to the Egyptian princess and asked her if she needed a nurse for the child.
The Princess told Miriam to take the child and find the child a nurse.  
Moses's mother was overjoyed and rejoiced to hold and to nurse her son.  God provided and answered their prayers.  They rejoiced together, not only did the Lord God keep Moses safe but his mother was paid to nurse him.   When Moses was older he was raised by the Egyptian Princess and became a Prince of Egypt.

(A long-awaited prayer powerfully answered)
God used a young girl to answer a very important prayer. 
Miriam did not know that one day her brother would be a great man of God.
An answered prayer to the Hebrew Children. God would free the Hebrew slaves.
Moses would grow up and be used by God to deliver the children 
of Israel from the bondage of Egypt.

God shows himself powerful through answered prayer.

Susan Nikitenko

You could bring in a basket as a surprise to keep the baby doll hidden inside it.
Let them look inside the basket to see what is inside... 

Coloring pages you can use:

Craft/Memory Verse

>A Completed craft as a Sample
>Enough construction paper sheets for your class 9 inches wide
>Shrink down and cut out coloring pictures
of Marium and baby Moses. 3inX41/2in
>Picture of a child resting peacefully.  3inX41/2in
>Memory Verse
>Title - "My Prayer Pocket" 
>2inX2in Prayer Cards.
Pray for my parents
Pray for my brother
Pray for my pet
Pray when I'm afraid.
Pray when I'm sad. 
>Outline of the word pray.

Supplies For Children
Pipe Cleaner
Fun Stickers
Cardstock Strip
1 Sheet Construction Paper

Supplies For (You) Teacher:
Hole Punch
Sample - Finished Example Of Craft
Quiet Seat Prize
Sticker Prizes

Print On Cardstock
And Cut Out
For Each Child
And Your Sample Also.

Hand Motions:

What time :
Finger-pointing at the wrist 
like pointing at a watch.
I am afraid:
Two fists up toward chest shaking
Make a face looks afraid.
I will trust:
Sleeping to one side on praying hands.
In thee:
Point up to Jesus

Psalms 56:3

Prayer Cards For Pocket:
Print On Cardstock
And Cut Out
For Each Child
And Your Sample Also.

Cut Empty Cards Out Ahead Of Time.
Write Out Their Prayer Requests.

These Go Into The
Prayer Pocket.

Songs: Trying Is Important

Song: Jesus Loves Little Children Like Me

When I Am Afraid

When We Pray
Listen Here: Video

I Love You Jesus

Review Questions:

1. What did Miriam and her mother make together?
2. Who found the baby, Moses?
3. What would Moses grow up to be?
4. Who wanted to throw all the baby boys into the Nile River?
5. What is our Memory Verse?
6. What was baby Moses hid in?
7. Children, who obey earn what?
8. Tell me something about one of the songs we sang?
9. Name someone you should always pray for.
10. What was the name of the river in our bible story?

11. Where was Jesus during the storm in last week's Lesson?

Click Here: Story Song:

Listen Here: Video 

Biblical Account 
Exodus 2:1-10 
And there went a man of the house of Levi, and took to wife a daughter of Levi.
 And the woman conceived, and bare a son: and when she saw him that he was a goodly child, she hid him three months.
 And when she could not longer hide him, she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and daubed it with slime and with pitch, and put the child therein; and she laid it in the flags by the river's brink.
And his sister stood afar off, to wit what would be done to him.
 And the daughter of Pharaoh came down to wash herself at the river; and her maidens walked along by the river's side; and when she saw the ark among the flags, she sent her maid to fetch it.
 And when she had opened it, she saw the child: and, behold, the babe wept. And she had compassion on him, and said, This is one of the Hebrews' children.
Then said his sister to Pharaoh's daughter, Shall I go and call to thee a nurse of the Hebrew women, that she may nurse the child for thee?
 And Pharaoh's daughter said to her, Go. And the maid went and called the child's mother.
And Pharaoh's daughter said unto her, Take this child away, and nurse it for me, and I will give thee thy wages. And the woman took the child, and nursed it.
And the child grew, and she brought him unto Pharaoh's daughter, and he became her son. And she called his name Moses: and she said, Because I drew him out of the water. 

Helpful Sayings:

Obedience will save your life someday.
Learn and obey then we'll take time to play.

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