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Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Character Images

 

Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14)

 
Here are the images you need for the hero’s attributes linked to the Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14).
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

 

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103-Parable-bad-tenants103-Parable-bad-tenants
103-Colouring-page103-Colouring-page

 

Extra’s – (English Only).
 

103-Jesus103-Jesus
103-Banquet-host103-Banquet-host
103-Servant103-Servant

 

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103-Servant-colouring103-Servant-colouring

 

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Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Games

 

Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) - Games

 

The parable of the Banquet guests is a strange one, on the one hand you have the amazing generosity of the banquet host, of king as he’s referred to in Matthews passage, but on the other hand you have the blatant failure of friendship from the invited guests. these games look at the idea of invitation, the roller coaster of emotions, and the idea of a party Here is a selection of games to suit a wide range of ages and set-ups. choose the game you would most like playing and your youngsters would respond to best.

 

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Wipe that smile off your face – The first person pulls their silliest smile and directs it at each child in the circle, trying to make someone giggle or laugh. On the leaders mark they uses one hand to literally “wipe” the smile off their face, and hand it to the next person, and on it goes. This can get silly really quickly but shows how much infectious smiles and excitement can be.
 

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Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Craft 2

 

The parable of the banquet guests shows the welcoming nature of God. There is something special about images that invite you in, and giving depth is one of the simplest ways of doing so. This craft is super swift and simple to make, yet gives a fabulous result of a full table of people enjoying a feast. Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Craft 2

 
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Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Craft 1

 

Just occasionally it’s good to lean back on Classic church Sunday School crafts and for this parable of the banquet guests where ‘welcoming in’ is such a feature I’ve chosen the classic door hanger. On one side the banquet host is all alone and looking rather worried, on the other side he is surrounded with guests welcoming more in. This one is very simple and offers you a range of ways to make it, print with coloured people and decorate around them, print with a coloured background and decorate the people or print with no colour at all and go to town decorating. Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Craft 1

 
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Parable of the Banquet Guests (Luke 14) | Story

 
Story notes based on Luke 14 and Matthew 22 where Jesus tells the parable of the banquet guests who didn't arrive
If you want the teachers page then please click on the image for the pdf.

Today’s hero is the banquet host because he shows us the gift of an open door

Essential Teachers notes:
There are two telling’s of this story, and if you’ll forgive the huge simplification, the telling in Luke pretty much sticks to the bare bones of the story, the idea that there was a banquet where everyone uninvited was welcomed. The Matthew one by contrast puts in some deep symbolism, it ups the banquet to a wedding, talks about the servants being killed when they went to collect the guests, and ends with a puzzling passage about a man being thrown out for dressing incorrectly. All these are great to explore further with older groups but I’ve stuck to the simple form for this retelling.

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 : Luke 14
Additional Passage : Matthew 22

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