New Testament Bible lessons
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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.
After Paul was saved, he wanted to tell everyone about the wonderful things the Lord had done for him. He took long journeys to tell others the Good News.
Saul becomes Paul. Free printable Bible lesson for kids on the story of his conversion is found in Acts 9.
In Acts 12:1-18, while Peter was in jail, believers prayed for his impossible situation, and God sent an angel to rescue Peter from the prison.
Acts 8:26-40 tells us how God lead Philip to a high-ranking Ethiopian official to help him understand the Gospel. It reminds us that we should always be ready to share Jesus with others.
God has given each of us special gifts and abilities to serve Him. Everyone has an important role in the church. When the apostles became overwhelmed, they chose seven men to help them take care of people. The story of choosing these men is found in Acts 6.
In Acts 2, we read about the beginning of the church on the Day of Pentecost, where God gave the gift of the Holy Spirit to the church.
Jesus gave His followers many instructions during His time on earth. One of the most famous instructions is found in Matthew 28:16-20. The Great Commission.
Jesus’ disciples often had to choose between faith and doubt. In Matthew 14:22-36, we read the miracle of Peter walking on water until he took his eyes off Jesus.
One day Jesus went to the temple to pray. When He arrived, He was angry with what He saw. We read this account in Matthew 21:12-16; Mark 11:15-18; Luke 19:45-48 and John 2:12-24.
In Mark 5:21-34, we read about a woman who had been bleeding for 12 years. Nothing worked to heal her until she reached out to touch Jesus in faith.
Many people asked Jesus for help during His time on earth. One man was a Roman officer who displayed amazing faith and asked Jesus to heal his servant. We read the story in Matthew 8:5-13.
Free printable Bible lesson for kids. In John 9: 1-42 He heals a man born blind in an unusual way. Story, lesson guide, coloring pages, craft and more all included. Ideal for preschoolers at home or at church.
When the disciples thought little children were not important enough for Jesus, Jesus replied, “Let the little children come to me.” Our passage is found in Matthew 19:13-15, Mark 10:13-16, and Luke 18:15-17.
When Jesus was on earth, he had three friends who were siblings, Lazarus, and his sisters Mary and Martha. Jesus loved these friends. In John 11, we learn about a great miracle Jesus did for them.
Jesus met many people during His ministry on earth. Two women He met were sisters named Mary and Martha. When Jesus visited, they had two different reactions. We read about them in Luke 10:38-42.
Free printable preschool Bible lesson. Jesus healed many people throughout His ministry. In Luke 17:11-19, Jesus healed ten lepers, but only one was thankful.
In Luke 19:1-10, Jesus changed the life of a tax collector named Zacchaeus. This passage reminds us no matter what we’ve done, Jesus cares for us and can change us.
In Matthew 14:13-21, Jesus feeds more than five thousand people with just five loaves of bread and two fish. The passage reminds us that Jesus cares about our physical and spiritual well-being and that nothing is impossible for Him.
In John 4:1-42, Jesus witnesses to a Samaritan woman. In this lesson, children will learn that Jesus alone can meet our deepest need.
Jesus taught the parable of the Unforgiving Servant in Matthew 18:21-35. This parable teaches that we must forgive others, since Jesus forgave us.
Free printable Preschool Bible lesson. In Luke 14:15-24, Jesus tells the parable of the great banquet and reminds us that God invites us to join Him for a special celebration.
The Parable of the Talents found in Matthew 25:14-30 remind us that God is generous and grants us God given talents and abilities to use for His glory.
Preschool Bible lesson on Luke 10:25-37, Jesus taught a parable to show that any person who is in need is our neighbour. The parable of the Good Samaritan reminds us of the second greatest commandment, “love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matthew 22:34-40).
Throughout His ministry, Jesus told many parables to help explain a Biblical truth. In this lesson, we will study the Parable of the Mustard Seed found in Mark 4:30-32. Key Points: God uses small things for big purposes.We should never look down the small things.God’s...
The Parable of the Unjust Judge (also known as the Parable of the Persistent Widow), teaches us the importance of prayer. Free printable preschool Bible lesson with guide, story, worksheets, coloring pages, craft, worship and more.
In this lesson we are exploring Jesus’ Parable of the Sower (sometimes called the Parable of the Soils).
Free printable Bible lesson on the lost or prodigal son in Luke 15:11-32. Great for preschool children. story, worksheets, coloring pages, craft and more
In this lesson, we are going to look at part one of Jesus' parables of lost things, focusing on the lost sheep and the lost coin. In part 2, we will explore the parable of the lost son. All three parables are found in Luke 15. Some of the main points are: You are...
n this lesson, we will explore the account of Jesus calming the storm. Our passage is Mark 4:35-41. These verses give us great assurance that God is in control over all things.
Free printable Easter Bible lesson. Covering good Friday through to Easter. Empty tomb craft, coloring pages, Easter Bible games and Activities for home. Ideal for preschool children
Free printable Palm Sunday and Holy week Bible lesson. Ideal for preschool children. Full of fun activities, worksheets and craft for home or church.
Wise and Foolish builders parable – Preschool Bible lesson Includes worksheets, coloring, craft, games and more. Free printable for home or church.
Free printable Sermon on the Mount Bible lesson. Learn about the Beatitiudes, light and salt and the golden rule. Includes worksheets, games, coloring, craft and more.
In this lesson, we are reading Matthew 10:1-16 and learning about the twelve disciples Jesus choose and trained to continue his earthly ministry. Some of the key points we will consider are: Jesus knows you by your name. - (Matthew 10:1)Jesus calls His disciples (what...
During Jesus’ ministry, He called twelve men to be his disciples. One of those men was Matthew. We read about his calling in Matthew 9:9-17
This week we will learn about the healing of a paralyzed man and how Jesus has authority to forgive sin. We will be reminded how important it is for us to bring our friends to Jesus.
In this week Bible lesson we will learn about Jesus calling his first disciples, the great catch and fishers of Men. Luke 5.
This week we will learn more about the beginning of Jesus’s ministry. A Pharisee named Nicodemus visited Jesus seeking answers to his questions. (John 3:1-21)
In this lesson, we will look at the first miracle that Jesus performed. While attending the Wedding in Cana He turned water into wine. Our reading is found in John 2:1-11.
Free printable lesson on the temptation of Jesus (Matthew 4:1-11). Includes worksheets, coloring pages, craft and more. Learn how Jesus understands us.
This week we will look at Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist. Our main Bible passage can be found in Matthew 3:13-17. Some of the key points we will examine are-- God proclaimed that Jesus was His Son and He was pleased with Him (Matthew 3:17)Jesus is the lamb who...
In this lesson, we will learn about John the Baptist. His birth,, message of repentance. Includes worksheets, coloring pages, Bible craft, games and activities and more
Free printable Bible lesson about Jesus’ childhood and visit to the temple from Luke 2:41-52. Includes worksheets, coloring sheets, crafts, games and more.
Simeon and Anna – Jesus presented in the temple, Luke 2. Free printable Bible lesson for preschoolers including games, worksheet, coloring pages and more.
This week, we will look at our second week of the Christmas lessons. We will focus on Mary and her reaction to the angel’s message. This passage can be found in Luke 1:26-38.