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This is lesson 32 of 32 in a series of lessons called “Praise God Through the Psalms.” These lessons are designed to point children to the fullness of God’s character and lead them to see Him as the One who deserves all praise and worship. These lessons work well in Sunday School or mid-week Bible study groups or even family devotion times.
Lesson focus: Through the book of Psalms and the worship of the people of Israel, we get a glimpse into the character of God and how we should rightly respond to Him in worship. In Psalm 119, we get a glimpse into the psalmists’ love for the Word of God and specifically God’s law. Through this study, children will see the glory of the law and how the law points us to our need for salvation through Christ alone.
Materials - Kids - Home - Something - Week
Optional Materials: if you want to be able to send the kids home with something each week, you can print the text of the Psalm on one side of a piece of paper and on the back print “I should praise God because He is ____________” (leave the rest of the page blank for drawing.
Early Arriver/ Opening 10 minutes– have a few board games out and play with kids as they arrive. Don’t underestimate the conversations that happen while playing “Jenga” or “Uno” with a group of kids.
Tell stories about being in the dark. Have kids tell stories about times when they’ve been outside and unable to find their way and talk about what helps them in those situations. Turn all of the lights of in the room and have them try to describe something random in the room that can’t be seen. Then, shine a flashlight/ torch on it and talk about how the light helps them to see...
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