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Children of the Bible


Award Requirements

1. Read Psalm 127:3 and 1 John 3:1-3

2. Who was the first child born on Earth?

3. What child heard God speaking to him while he was laying down in the Temple? Do a skit telling his story.

4. Name several Bible children that angels foretold their birth.

5. What child was kidnapped from her family, then became a missionary for God in a foreign land? Discuss how she worked for God and how you can work for God too.

6. What child was raised by a cousin and grew up to become queen?

7. Name two children who became kings around the age of 7 or 8 years old.

8. What was Jesus like as a child?

9. How did Jesus treat children?

10. What advice did Paul give young Timothy?

11. Make crafts about two of the Bible children you discussed today.

Detailed Requirements:


1. Use a translation easy for the kids to understand.

2. Cain (Gen. 4:1)

3. Samuel (1 Samuel 3:1-11)

4. Jesus (Like 1:28-38), John the Baptist (Luke 1:8-17), Samson (Judges 13:3-5)

5. The unnamed girl often referred to as Little Maid. Read her story in 2 Kings 5 to the children. Discuss how children can be a missionary in school and home.

6. Esther (Esther 2:7-18)

7. Joash (2 Kings 11:21), Josiah (2 Kings 22)

8. Obedient, helpful, kind, loving. (Luke 2:51, 52; Desire of Ages Ch 7; Messiah Ch 7)

9. He showed them love and that he cared for them. Luke 18:15-17; Mark 9:35-37

10. Not to be intimidated that you are young and you should set a good example. 1 Timothy 4:12

11. Many ideas are available online.

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