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Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Character Images

 

Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25)

 
Here are the images you need for the hero’s attributes linked to the Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25).
Each hero set contains a high quality graphic of the character, a take home bible card and a colouring page.

The images are displayed small here, click on the image you wish to have, then save the image that loads.
(Please note : Some images have no watermark but are not copyright free, they are only intended for classroom use.)

 

English

 

106-Card106-Card
106-Bridesmaid106-Bridesmaid
106-Colouring-page106-Colouring-page

 

Extra’s – (English Only).
 

106-Jesus106-Jesus
106-Bride106-Bride
106-Groom106-Groom

 

 

106-Jesus-colouring106-Jesus-colouring
106-Bride-colouring106-Bride-colouring
106-Groom-colouring106-Groom-colouring

 

 

106-1-wise106-1-wise
106-2-wise106-2-wise
106-3-wise106-3-wise

 

 

106-1-wise-colouring106-1-wise-colouring
106-2-wise-colouring106-2-wise-colouring
106-3-wise-colouring106-3-wise-colouring

 

 

106-1-foolish106-1-foolish
106-2-foolish106-2-foolish
106-3-foolish106-3-foolish

 

 

106-1-foolish-colouring106-1-foolish-colouring
106-2-foolish-colouring106-2-foolish-colouring
106-3-foolish-colouring106-3-foolish-colouring

 

Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Craft 2

 

The main element in the parable of the 10 bridesmaids is not the bridesmaids but the oil for their lamps. This craft ties into that by letting the youngsters associate oil with revealing but as the lamps would have illuminated and revealed the world in the dark. Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Craft 2

 
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Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Games

 

Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) - Games

 

This passage is sometimes called the 10 virgins or the 10 bridesmaids – what we know about this is that they were young girls. A gaggle of girls waiting with the bride would probably be quite a fun, if not exhausting, way to spend an evening, it’s not surprising they fell asleep. Here is a selection of games that tie into various elements of the story, choose the one that would best suit your group, age range and setup.

 

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Hidden light – play hide the object with use a torch of glow stick. How easy was it to find? Was it easier to find when the room was brighter? Did it’s light make it easier to discover?
 

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Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Craft 1

 

Those 10 bridesmaids lamps slowly ate through the oil until the light goes out, that’s what this craft shows quite clearly, a reminder to keep oil in our spiritual lamps. The verse is from the CSB translation. Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Craft 1

 
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Parable of the 10 Bridesmaids (Matthew 25) | Story

 
Story notes based on Matthew 25 the parable of the 10 bridesmaids
If you want the teachers page then please click on the image for the pdf.

Today’s heroes are the wise bridesmaids because they shows us the gift of preparation

Essential Teachers notes:
This story is very simple but the more you know about the culture of Jewish weddings the easier it is to understand the odd reaction of the groom at the end. The wedding, started with a betrothal, usually years before. The woman would remain at her father house and the groom would be expected to prepare a place to live for his new wife, this could mean literally building a new house. Once everything was ready the groom would set out for his bride, usually mid week. The grooms party would collect the bride from her father’s house where the physical part of the marriage would take place, often while the guests partied outside the door. The whole wedding would then make a procession to the grooms house, this was often done at night and special torches and lamps would be made. The celebration would continue for days after and the crowd may have been pretty huge. So imagine the groom, slightly tipsy, finding a group of girls arriving after the doors been locked. Why should he let them in? if they are friends they have shunned the main event, if not then they are interlopers hoping for a few days of free food and wine.

Tell this story or a similar one of your choice from a favourite bible translation or story book. This version is supplied for inspiration, feel free to omit or embellish to give it your personal voice.

Main Passage : Matthew 25:1-13

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