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Jesus Answers John the Baptist (Matthew 11:2-11) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities

Jesus Answers John the Baptist (Matthew 11:2-11) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities

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🚸 Ages 6-12 Years Old

How do we know that something is true? How can we be certain of our faith or verify things we hear? In the world of scientific predictions or human promises, we want to see evidence that things come true. If we look at our faith, we want something to assure us that we are trusting in what is true, too. This children's Bible lesson seeks to remind children that our trust in God is reliable and strong, because He keeps His promises. Jesus is the proof that God’s covenants are fulfilled, and we have hope for our present and future!

If our salvation hangs on the validity of Christ as the Son of God, we want to be certain that we are placing our faith in a genuine Messiah. We can be confident that Jesus is who He says He is. He fulfilled prophecies while on Earth and demonstrated His Lordship through word and deed. We know that He died and rose again, and because of that we have the hope that God keeps His promises and always will!   

Scripture Passage: Matthew 11:2-11

Target Audience: Kindergarten-6th grade (better geared to older grades)

Materials Needed: Construction paper, markers, stickers, scissors, tape/glue, popsicle sticks, paper towel tubes, string, pipe cleaners, decorations (all optional, depending which activities you choose to use). Object lesson props can include Weather detection devices, temperature gauge, phone with weather app, etc.    

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        Based on 4 reviews
        Susie McCurdy
        Good lesson for my class

        The lesson hasn't been taught yet as the holidays are here. No Sunday School classes till next Sunday. Intend to use that lesson after the two I had planned.

        Paulette Rennie
        Great resources

        Thank you for offering such great lesson plans, age ranges and all the useful links. Much appreciated.

        Rev Bev
        Great Resource

        Scripturaly based, fun activities. Great resource for children's ministry. This covers the subject thoroughly.

        Marta Ream
        Great Lessons

        This is another of the many wonderful lessons. It is great that the lesson is explained in several ways and learning is enhanced by the word find and different questions to the students.