Children’s Bible Story resources:
“Like a Shepherd Lead Me,” Psalm Book: Prayers and Psalm Poems for Kids (Spark Story Bible Series), p.76
“The Lord Is My Shepherd,” Spark Story Bible, p.A hundred and sixty
“Jesus, the Good Shepher,” DK Children’s Everyday Bible, p.277
“Psalm 23,” The Lion Bible for Children, p.148
Children’s Story Resource
The Lion and the Bird by way of Marianne Dubuc
A lion rescues an injured bird. They spend the winter together because the bird heals. When the spring comes, the fowl returns to its flock and the lion is left on my own. Or is he?
How these stories are related: Psalm 23 is a prayer of thanksgiving to God for consolation, protection and provision. Invite youngsters to take into account how the lion resembles God and to think about the approaches the people in our lives replicate God’s presents to us all.
Questions about The Lion and the Bird:
Why did the lion rescue the chicken?
What matters did the lion deliver to the bird?
Why did the bird go away inside the spring?
Why did the fowl come again?
How do you watched the lion felt approximately all of that?
Questions approximately the Bible tale:
David, who changed into a shepherd, wrote this psalm. His personal work as a shepherd taught him a lot about how God cares for humans.
How does God take care of human beings?
What kinds of things does God deliver us?
Why does God try this?
Questions approximately our lives:
What things on your existence remind you of God’s goodness?
How do you watched God wants us to reply to those gifts?
How can we thank God?
Dear God, thanks for our houses and households, for the meals on our tables, and the safety and heat of our beds. Protect us from dangerous matters, help us be thankful to you, and to take care of people who want the same things you have given us. Amen.
Psalm Twenty-Three Illustrated with the aid of Tim Ladwig
Children in a questionable community are taught, included, and led with the aid of worrying human beings in the network.
How those memories are linked: The 23 rd psalm is a prayer of thanksgiving to God for consolation, safety and provision. Invite children to recall how the humans inside the illustrated psalm resemble God and to reflect onconsideration on the approaches the human beings in our lives mirror God’s gifts to us all. Unlike different Word for Children testimonies, the biblical psalm here is written as a prayer. Suggestion: study the kid’s story, engage in the questions, and pray the 23rd Psalm as written within the Psalm Book.
Questions about Psalm Twenty-Three:
Why do you suspect the place where the youngsters stay isn’t always secure?
How do humans in that location defend and help the children?
Why do you believe you studied they try this?
How are they prefer God?
Questions approximately our lives:
What things for your lifestyles remind you of God’s goodness?
How do you suspect God desires us to reply to those items?
How are we able to thank God?
Dear God, thank you for our houses and families, for the meals on our tables, and the protection and heat of our beds. Protect us from dangerous matters, assist us be thankful to you, and to care for those who want the equal things you have got given us. Amen.
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