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Psalm 119 | Games

 

Psalm - Games

 

Psalm 119 is the longest Psalm in the bible. For many that makes it daunting, but treating each part of the acrostic as a separate mini poem reveals great depth. Here he look at ‘bet’ or the Hebrew letter ‘b’ and how the author treasures the words of scripture as a guide for life.

 

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Treasure chest – have 2 treasure chests (boxes) and divide your kids into teams. The winning team will be the ones with the most treasure in their box. Use small balls for treasure which are scatted around the area. State clearing if ‘stealing’ is allowed at the beginning of the game.
Link: how do we treasure God’s word?
 

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Psalm 119 | Craft 1

 

We talk all the time, words are constantly around us, and yet in Psalm 119 we are encouraged to block out the noise and instead listen to just one voice, the voice in scripture. This craft has a person reading scripture, or more specifically a ‘mini-you’ speak scripture. Psalm 119 | Craft 1

 
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Psalm 119 | Colouring pages

 

Psalm 119 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 119 | Story

 
Psalm 119 | Story

Essential Teachers notes:
This week we look at Psalm 119 – I’ve only used part of the ‘bet’ refrain from this psalm, as it’s the longest in the bible. If you have an older group or older group members you may wish to give them another refrain from this psalm to explore too. This part of the song that references youth and so directly speaks to those who are still journeying towards adulthood, it also give a really practical answer, in that we should dive in to the word of God, swim in the messages he gives us and not just dip our toes in the water!

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 119:9-16
Additional Passages: Psalm 119

PDF available by clicking on the image above.

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