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God's Rainbow of Promise to Noah (Genesis 9:8-17) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

God's Rainbow of Promise to Noah (Genesis 9:8-17) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

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🚸 Ages 6-12 Years Old

Rainbows are quite a marvel of nature, but they’re far more than a scientific phenomenon or an inspiring Judy Garland song. The rainbow is a beautiful reminder that God keeps His promises to us. He promised not to destroy the Earth again, and He won’t. He promised a savior, and Jesus came…and will come again! Use this lesson to discuss special reminders that we have in our lives, and how the rainbow is a reminder of God’s love and covenant.   

Sometimes it seems like the story of the flood is one of God’s wrath and judgment. While it can be hard to explain so much destruction, it’s important to emphasize that the account of Noah speaks to God’s great mercy. He allowed life to continue and appointed Noah to facilitate that. When we discuss this passage about the rainbow, we have a visual reminder of God’s promise to never flood the earth again. This is a reminder of God’s faithfulness. Just as He kept the covenant with Noah, He kept His promise to send a savior. Noah and his family were saved by the ark. We are saved by the cross, and know that Jesus is the greatest promise fulfilled! 

“The Rainbow of Promise - Genesis 9:8-17” is a Bible lesson and activity pack for children that explores the meaning of the rainbow as a symbol of God’s covenant with Noah and all of creation. The lesson discusses how God promised never to flood the earth again after the flood that destroyed the world in Genesis. The rainbow is a reminder of God’s promise and His faithfulness to His people. The lesson also includes activities for children to help them remember and understand the significance of the rainbow. These activities include a coloring page with a rainbow and Bible verses about the rainbow, a craft project to make a rainbow plate, and a game of “Colors Tag.”

Passage: Genesis 9:8-17

Target Audience: Kindergarten-6th grade 

Materials Needed: Objects that serve as reminders or memories; cotton balls; construction paper or cardstock; markers or crayons; decorative supplies; paper plates; pom-poms or stickers; Skittles (optional); Bibles.

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                  This was great. I added a game where I gave each child a colour and got them to make a rainbow with colours in right order. We then made the rainbows using paper plates. The prayer was used when we went up at the end of the service- a child read it.

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