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Positional words are words or phrases that describe the position of people or objects. For examples ‘in’, ‘under’, and ‘over’. As you read the story, encourage your child to identify the positional words in each sentence and move the shepherds through the story correctly.
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The Bible encourages us to examine our souls to see if we are in the faith. Just like a tree, we are told the various fruits we should look for on our “soul trees.” The passage describing these fruits is found in Galatians 5.
The Armor of God. Ephesians 6:10-20. The Bible often uses physical things to teach us about spiritual things. One such example is Paul’s teaching on the Armour of God.
As Paul’s ministry spread, he trained others to share the Gospel. One of these messengers was a young man named Timothy. Paul wrote him two letters, 1 and 2 Timothy. Timothy also helped with letters Paul sent to others.
Paul was on his way to Rome to stand trial when the ship he was sailing on wrecked. God was merciful and spared the lives of those aboard. We can read the story in Acts 27.
Paul and Silas in prison Bible lesson for children with worksheets, coloring pages, crafts, story, games and activities and more. Based on Acts 16. Paul and Silas are freed from prison by an earthquake. The jailer of the prison becomes a believer in Jesus Christ. He and his family are baptized.