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LESSON THIRTY THREE 08/11/2020

08/11/2020

Welcome to Kidzone. Today we continue with the series called “The Parables of Jesus.” Today’s lesson is called “The Lost Sheep”. Jesus paired this parable with a warning to anyone who would lead one of His children astray. (Matthew 18:1-9.) Pray that God would help you to guide your children to follow Jesus’ voice. Remember that even if they do go astray, God loves them and always will.

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Bottom Line: God loves you very much!

 

Objective:  Kids will learn that they matter to God and He loves them.

 

Memory Verse: “Then Jesus said, “Whoever has ears should listen.’” Mark 4:9 (NIrV)

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Scripture to read: 

Matthew 18:10-14, Parable of the Wandering Sheep

Questions:

Prep – 4 (4-9yrs old)

How many sheep did the shepherd have?

How many sheep went astray?

What did the shepherd do for the lost sheep?

Who is the shepherd, and who is the lost sheep?

How does this story show us Jesus loves us?

 

5 – 6 (10-12 yrs old)

Why did the shepherd search for the lost sheep?

How does this story show us Jesus loves us?

What do the verses before this parable tell us about how God feels about us?

How do we know God will always love us?

Is there anything we can do to make God stop loving us?

VIDEO LESSON:

Summary: 

In this lesson kids will learn that Jesus uses the example of lost sheep to let us know that God loves us very, very much. Kids will be encouraged knowing that they are very special, and very much loved by God.

Activity: Have the kids make a sheep using construction paper, scissors, glue, and cotton balls as a reminder of the parable.

Weekly Tasks:

 

Make this week’s lesson real: 

When something goes missing this week - be it a stray dog, a stray toy, or a stray remote control - use it as a moment to remind your children of this parable. Jesus would do anything to come and find His lost sheep. He will always love us.

AT DINNER:

Here are some great discussion starters:

- Why did the shepherd leave the 99 sheep behind?

- Who is the shepherd in this story?

- How does this story show Jesus loves us?

AT BEDTIME:

Quiz your child on this week’s memory verse.

Prayer:

Dear God,

Thank you for loving us! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Thank you for your support and may God bless you all!

THE KIDZONE TEAM

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