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Showing posts with label Bible Story for Kids. Show all posts

Sin and Salvation for Kids using Colors

Sin and Salvation for Kids are important as it is important for grown ups. Each and every individuals goes though sin life. We are all sinners including children, and its our responsibility to make them know the life they are living, its consequences and the salvation we have through Jesus Christ. This image can be printed and used for ministry among kids. 

I call this as "Colors of Life"

Colors of Life for Kids

Read more about this in Colors of Life - Kids and Children, as part of using this more effectively to teach Sin and Salvation for Kids using Colors

Which, Who and Whats of Bible... Series 3

Quizzes and question to refresh our knowledge about Bible and Bible facts...
Bible Facts.. Who, What and Which of Bible... Series. These are worth to know facts which many of us would not know, even if we had been using this book in our daily devotions. Its good and  interesting to have these facts in mind with the Book. We should understand that this book is very interesting with its structure, design and topics.
  1. Who was Solomon’s father? ... David
  2. Who was the fourth person in the fiery furnace along with Daniel’s friends? ... An angel
  3. Whose name means “father of a great multitude”? ... Abraham 

Which, Who and Whats of Bible... Series 2


Quizzes and question to refresh our knowledge about Bible and Bible facts...
Bible Facts.. Who, What and Which of Bible... Series. These are worth to know facts which many of us would not know, even if we had been using this book in our daily devotions. Its good and  interesting to have these facts in mind with the Book. We should understand that this book is very interesting with its structure, design and topics.
  1. At age of twelve, Jesus was left behind in Jerusalem. Where did his parents find him? ... In the Temple 
  2. At the Last Supper, what items of food and drink did Jesus give thanks for? ... Bread and wine
  3. For how many years did the Israelite wander in the wilderness? ... Forty

Who was Paul the Apostle


Paul the Apostle a Christian missionary was the native of Tarsus, the capital city in the Roman province of Cilicia. He was the one who took the gospel of Christ to world. In his early ages he was very zealous of the Christians and had persecuted many of the early followers of Jesus and even violently tried to destroy the newly-forming Christian churches. In the letters he wrote he described himself as "a servant of Christ Jesus" and a one called to be an apostle or set apart for the gospel of God. This was the same person who after having a conversation and vision of God, changed his life and later he founded several churches in Asia Minor and Europe. Paul's Jewish name was "Saul" which means "asked for" or "prayed for". Before the conversion to Christ, he had been known and refereed under this name of "Saul". After the conversion to Christ which can be found in the book of Acts, we can see him being referred as Paul.

Born in Tarsus, the capital city in the Roman province of Cilicia.
Died in Rome

Which, Who and Whats of Bible... Series 1

Que:  Whose handkerchiefs were able to heal the sick?
Ans:  Paul (Acts 19:12)

Que:  How did Daniel react to the vision by the river Hiddekel?
Ans:  He felt ill and weak (Dan 10:8)

Que:  Who does James say is the “source of every good and every perfect gift”?
Ans:  Father of Lights (Jam 1:17)

Que:  Who was the Persian king when the rebuilding of the temple after the exile was finally complete?
Ans:  Darius (Ezr 6:15)

Who was Moses


Moses's story can be found in the book of Exodus, where we can see initially Pharaoh  worried about Israelite  and in response to his worry and to stop the growth and take control on the Israelite  order all newborn Hebrew boys to be killed. Taking this order his soldiers went out killing all new born babies. In the mean time we can see the birth of Moses, who was born to Amram, a member of the Levite tribe of Israel descended from Jacob, and his wife, Jochebed. Moses had one older sister, Miriam, and one older brother, Aaron. When Moses was born, his mother tried to keep him far from the soldiers who were after all new born babies. Soon it was time when it was not possible to keep the child safe in home, so she had to plan her to be moved to a different place. She came up with the plan where she set him adrift on the Nile River in a small craft of bulrushes coated in pitch. His sister was asked to keep a watch on the basket.

This basket moved and reached a place where Pharaoh's daughter was bathing with her handmaidens. She saw the basket near her and when she open the basket she found a baby boy. She took him and named him Moses, because she drew him out of the water. After this we see Moses living in the palace with his brother Ra-messes (Pharaoh's daughter's son). He learned all that a prince will learn and got skilled in all that he could from the Pharaoh's teachers.

Who was Joseph

Starting life of Joseph
Joseph was the 11th of Jacob's 12 sons and Rachel's firstborn and we can find the story of Joseph being mentioned in the book of Genesis. In summary Joseph was loved by his father more than he loved his other children. His brothers because of jealous sold him as slave and told their father that Joseph was killed by wolves. Joseph reaches Egypt and with the grace of God, he slowly start getting recognization and get to the palace and finally becomes the second most powerful person after  Pharaoh. In the end we see Joseph joining back with his parents and brothers.

Joseph was the son of Jacob and Rachel. He lived in the land of Canaan with 11 brothers and one sister. He was also Rachel's firstborn son. Jacob loved Joseph more than his other children. In the Bible we can also see Jacob gifting Joseph with a "long coat of many colors" which was very beautiful. This favoritism toward Joseph caused his brothers to hate him, and they started think how to avoid him from family. When Joseph was seventeen years old he had two dreams and the interpretation made his brothers more angry towards him. 

Who was Abraham


Abraham is one of the biblical patriarchs and a major character in the epic of the Israelites. We can find about him in the Old Testament within the chapter 11-25 of the Book of Genesis. Terah, the tenth in descent from Noah, fathered Abram. Abraham was earlier called Abram, it was later he was called Abraham which means “father of many nations”, and his wife Sarai becomes Sarah. He has a very important role in the mission of God and the blessing we all are receiving now. 

He is taken as an example when taking about life of people who had lead a close relationship and friendship with God the Father. In the New Testament Abraham is described as a man of faith. According to the book of Genesis, Abraham belong to a big family who had their own business and properties... At the age of 75, Abram, obeying God's command, took his wife Sarai, and his household and traveled from Haran to Shechem in Canaan. 

Who is Jesus

Jesus Christ, also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth, is the son God and is the central figure of Christianity. Bible has two main divisions, Old Testament and New Testament. Old Testament keeps referring about a Savior who was to come to save us and the New Testament talks about the birth and works which confirmed the prophecies and references which were made in the Old Testament. Jesus Christ is the base of the New Testament. Christians hold Jesus (Jesus Christ) to be the awaited Messiah of the Old Testament and refer to him as Jesus Christ or simply as Christ or Jesus or Emmanuel.


Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of a virgin, performed miracles, taught about salvation, spoke in parables to people, died sacrificially by crucifixion to achieve atonement, rose from the dead, and ascended into heaven, from which he will return in the end times. Jesus came to this world for us and our salvation  He came to show the way for us to attain eternal life, which was not available in the Old Testament. This new experience of being in Jesus Christ is also called being Born Again. 

Which, Who and Whats of Bible... Series 1


Quizzes and question to refresh our knowledge about Bible and Bible facts...
Bible Facts.. Who, What and Which of Bible... Series. These are worth to know facts which many of us would not know, even if we had been using this book in our daily devotions. Its good and  interesting to have these facts in mind with the Book. We should understand that this book is very interesting with its structure, design and topics.
  • What does the name Israel mean? .... Prevails with God
  • Who gave thanks to the Lord when she saw the baby Jesus? .... Anna the Prophetess
  • What age children were killed, in the hope that young Jesus would be killed? .... Two years and under
  • What must an Israelite do when “building a new house”? .... Build a guard rail around the roof

Know the Basic Bible Facts - (Part II)

The Divisions of the Bible

Bible is 1 book, but it contain 66 smaller books within it which is divided into 2 sections, these are the books of the Old Testament which were written before the birth of Jesus Christ and the New Testament which covers the life of Christ and beyond.

Books of Old Testament
Genesis
Exodus    
Leviticus
Numbers
Deuteronomy
Joshua

Know the Basic Bible Facts (Part I)

The Divisions of the Bible
Bible is 1 book, but it contain 66 smaller books within it which is divided into 2 sections, these are the books of the Old Testament which were written before the birth of Jesus Christ and the New Testament which covers the life of Christ and beyond.

Longest and Shortest of the Bible
  1. Longest Book of the Bible is Psalms with 150 chapters
  2. Longest Chapter if the Bible is Psalm 119 with 176 verses.
  3. Longest verse in the Bible is Esther 8:9 with 90 words.
  4. Shortest Book is 3 John with only 1 chapter
  5. Shortest Chapter is Psalm 117 with only 2 verses.
  6. Shortest verse is John 11:35 with only 2 words, “Jesus wept.”