I will be posting some Bible Lessons that you are free to use for your own personal use. Below are the first few that I have done. Keep checking back for more to be added. As you teach your Sunday School Class or Children's Church group be sure to make it a point to emphasize the gospel message in each lesson. Oh, how important to reach the world for Jesus!
How much to you know about St. Patrick? Here is a free printable word search puzzle.
Below is the solution to your puzzle.
St. Patrick (His real name wasn’t Patrick. It was Maewyn Succat. Pope Celestine gave him the name Patrick later in his life, and we still know him by that name today.) realized that he could be saved from his sin. While a slave, he placed his trust the the Lord Jesus Christ. Have you been saved from your slavery to sin? You can be. See how here.
Download the pdf file below to print your own word search puzzle.
How much do you know about Saint Patrick?
Select true or false for each question.
True or False:
St. Patrick was Irish.
True or False:
His real name was Patrick.
True or False:
His birthday was March 17.
True or False:
He was kidnapped and sold as a slave.
True or False:
He drove all the snakes out of Ireland.
Here are the answers to the above questions.
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While Browsing through Pinterest one of many times, I came across this craft that was a perfect fit for my mother in law. You see, she has many blessings and considers it that way too! So I used the picture and made up my own version of Count Your Blessings and was able to present it to Mom and my kid's Granny and my grandkids's Great Granny for Christmas. She loved it! It would make any Mom or Grandmother a great gift! Yes, it is a blessing to have children and grandchildren, but the greatest blessing of all is to be a child of God. Are you one?
John 1:12 But as many as received him,
Are You Still "wild" about the man you married?
I don't know where this came from? Do You? If so, let me know so I can give credit. These are some good things to think about and will help to build your marriage relationship.
Twelve keys to your husband's heart
We can love like we ought in our marriages when Christ is the center of our homes. He Loves you with an everlasting love.
Looking for a Special Valentine? Somebody loves you beyond measure!
Do you have a favorite family cook book. I have a family member who is a missionary in Mexico and is also a great cook! When she is in the states, we always look forward to a special Mexican meal that she cooks. She also delights in sharing many of her own recipes and others that have been passed on to her. She recently put together a cookbook and gave many of them as gifts to family members. I don't think I have ever tasted anything she made that was not yummy. Although food is very yummy our greatest desire ought to be to be filled with the Word of God for it is what satisfies us to the fullest!
Psalms 34:8 O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.
Yes, it is wonderful to have our taste buds satisfied and to be filled with yummy tasting food, but the truth is we need to taste Spiritual food each and every day and satisfy our Spiritual taste buds. If you know Jesus as your Savior, that is how you grow, by tasting His Words every day and realizing that they are more to be desired than fine gold and sweeter than the sweetest thing on earth! If you don't know Him, I hope you will put your trust in Him today! He will give you an abundant and satisfying life!
Psalms 19:10 More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than much fine gold: sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb.
We have a quiver full and it is getting fuller! What a blessing! How about yours? What is your quiver full? We are blessed with four wonderful children, 15 grandchildren, and 2 more grandchildren due to arrive in March and August! No matter what the number, children are a blessing and a gift from God! This was a special gift we received from one of our children that I just love! It shows our quiver full and makes a great wall decoration!
Family is such a wonderful blessing from God and is the only "thing" we can take with us to eternity. I thank the Lord that each of our children know Jesus as their personal Savior and I pray daily that all of my grandchildren will one day know Him. We are thankful that many of them have already made professions. How about you? Do you know Him? Do you pray for your children to know Him? It is our responsibility to diligently teach the Word to them and the Gospel ought to be the first thing we teach them.
Smell goods! Mm-mm, aren't they nice? I received some handmade soaps and a Yankee candle for Christmas from two of my daughter- in-laws. I just love them! As I was thinking about and enjoying the sweet smells from these gifts, I was reminded of sweet incense that was offered to the Lord. Family Bible Notes defines this well:
Ps 141:2 As incense--the evening sacrifice; sweet incense was burned every morning and evening on the altar of incense. Ex 30:7-8 The evening sacrifice was, like the morning sacrifice, which it seems here to include, a daily offering. The psalmist beseeches God that his prayer may be like the daily incense and offering, in both permanency and acceptableness. It was an ordinance of the Levitical law, that sweet incense and sacrifices should be offered every morning and evening. By this God teaches us that we should worship him daily and at stated seasons; and that our prayers, offered through faith in the atonement of his Son, are fragrant and pleasant to him, like the incense offered by Aaron and his sons.
Every time I smell one of these items I want to remind myself that I need to spend quite time each day worshiping the Lord and praying to Him. This is sweet smelling and pleasant to Him.
If you Know Him you are entitled to come boldly to the throne of grace and offer your prayers to Him.