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Psalm 19 | Story

 
Psalm 19 | Story

Essential Teachers notes:
This week we look at Psalm 19 – I’ve just used some of the early verses here but older groups may want to read the whole thing. It’s a passage about the glory of creation pointing us towards God. Rather than tell a story about the passage we will incorporate the verses into the ‘talk’ time.

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 19
Additional Passages: none specific.

PDF available by clicking on the image above.

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Psalm 25 | Games

 

Psalm - Games

 

Psalm 22 is usually quoted nearer Easter than the second week of lent, but in the readings for year B we see the other end of the Psalm – not the opening where the cross bound Jesus cries the first verse about ‘God forsaking him’ but the place the psalm ends. Like the first line of a hymn I wonder if people couldn’t help sing the whole song in their heads as they walked away from the cross, a song of torment that lifts at the end into a song of praise not just by the psalmist but by all the families of nations. These games concentrate on the idea of families uniting in praise.

 

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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 use 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.
Link: passing on God’s praise to the next generation
 

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Psalm 22 | Craft roundup

 

Psalm 22 starts with the cry that one day Jesus will echo on the cross but the end of the psalm comes with joy as ‘all the families’ recognise God and joining together to worship him.

As the three crafts for this lesson are all very simple I’ve popped them all into one post, all focus on the end of the Psalm.

Psalm 22 | Craft roundup

 
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Psalm 22 | Colouring pages

 

Psalm 22 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 22 | Story

 
Psalm 22 | Story

Essential Teachers notes:
This week we look at Psalm 22 verses 23 to 31. It’s a passage about, God’s people, the nations, and the call of praise. Rather than tell a story about the passage we will incorporate the verses into the ‘talk’ time.
These psalm lessons follow the Lectionary passages for the six weeks of year B Lent.

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: Psalm 22
Additional Passages: none specific.

PDF available by clicking on the image above.

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