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Psalm 107 | Games

 

Psalm - Games

 

Psalm 107 is long, but for this lesson we’ve focused on a tiny part of it – what is usually written as the first and fourth paragraph (or pericope for the theology scholars amongst us). These look at gathering and rescuing God’s people and these games echo those ideas.

 

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Shouts of Joy – A naming exercise where you take it in turns naming something you are thankful for, assign it a mime or action and then as a group make the action accompanied by a whoop of joy!
Link: verse 22
 

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Psalm 107 | Craft 2

 

This is a small moving papercraft based on Psalm 107 verse 22 “Let them offer thanksgiving sacrifices and announce his works with shouts of joy.” This is a little mechanism papercraft that opens to reveal the end of the verse and see the people lift up in their ‘shouts of joy’. Psalm 107 | Craft 2

 
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Psalm 107 | Colouring pages

 

Psalm 107 colouring pages

The Psalm lessons each have two colouring pages in place of the usual Hero Resources.
These will print on either A4 or US letter sized paper as they are made slightly bigger than both.

The images are displayed small here, click on the image you wish to have, then save the image that loads.
(These images are not copyright free, they are for personal/classroom use only.)

 

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Psalm 107 | Craft 1

 

Kids love puppet crafts and nestled in the reading for Psalm 107 is verse 22 is probably my favourite “Let them offer thanksgiving sacrifices and announce his works with shouts of joy.” It just begs a response, not just of Joy but of a shout. That’s where this craft comes from. It’s probably the simplest form of puppet there is. Psalm 107 | Craft 1

 
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Psalm 107 | Story

 
Psalm 107 | Story

Essential Teachers notes:
This week we look at Psalm 107 – I’ve only used part of the Psalm but older groups may want to read the whole thing. It’s a song that turns suffering into praise. Accepting there there will be suffering, there will be bad things, but that God can save us from them is part of the trials of discovering life. Teaching children that God does not promise us a life of ease is an important part of developing their faith into something that is lasting.

These psalm lessons follow the Lectionary passages for the six weeks of year B Lent.

Use this or a similar story 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: Psalm 107
Additional Passages: none specific.

PDF available by clicking on the image above.

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