Monday is St. Patrick's Day. This day really did not mean that much to me while growing up. I do remember my friend pinching me sometimes when I didn't wear green. I decided to do a little research on Patrick and then I put together a lesson that I am going to use in Sunday School tomorrow. You are welcome to use it for your own personal use too.
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.
Do you have special ways to help you remember to pray for others? Recently I received some special Christmas Gifts. Each one of these are very nice gifts, but also can be used to teach or to remind me of something. One of the gifts I received is a photo pillow of four of my grand children. I just love it! It lays on my bed and every time I see it, I am reminded to pray for each one of them. Praying for their Salvation is of course very important, and there are many other things that I pray for too. Here is a good list to go by when praying for your children and grand children and a free printable bookmark to go with it. I look forward to the day when everyone of my grandchildren are saved; I look forward to spending all eternity with them!
Many Years ago, when I was a teenager, we had a very special Christmas, probably the most memorable one for me. Money was scarce and it was decided that there would not be presents this year except the presence of each others company (our immediate family and my aunt's immediate family) We were the ones who usually spent Christmas together each year. Everyone was to contribute in some way, a reading, a poem, a story, a testimony, a song, or whatever they could come up with. This was such a wonderful Christmas! As I contemplated what to do some words came into my head that I put together as a poem about the true meaning of Christmas. You are welcome to read it for yourself in the document below. And MERRY CHRISTMAS. You can have Christmas in your heart every day if you know it's true meaning; The Christ of the manger is the Christ of the Cross. You Can Know Him! Here's How.
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While teaching Kings Kids once, I put my personal testimony together in story form. This was a couple of years ago. I just remembered that I had it and so decided to send it pdf form to my grand children in Brazil so they could read it and know how I got saved. So now I am sharing it here for anyone interested. I am so thankful that the Lord Jesus Christ is not just a Savior, but my own personal Savior. He can be yours too.
Just click on the book cover to read this story.
Do you have a testimony of the saving grace of God in your life? I would love to hear it.
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