The Heavens Declare the Glory of God (Psalm 19:1-14) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

The Heavens Declare the Glory of God (Psalm 19:1-14) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

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God has made the Earth and everything in it. Like a handmade gift tailored to a specific purpose, He has created all things with love and precious meaning. This lesson celebrates the care and creativity of God, who governs the universe. When we consider His mighty works, there is nothing for us to do but glorify Him with our lives, praising Him with word and song and following His rules and His ways. 

 It might sound strange to think about rules as being “richer than gold” and “sweeter than honey.” In the context of Psalm 19, though, we see how these rules establish order. Just as God governs the heavens and commands the sun to complete its course like a champion, He rules and plans our lives, as well. If nature is willing to obey His command, we can, too. If the Heavens declare His glory, we should gladly do the same! He makes and rules all things not as a tyrant, but out of love. The same God who controls nature cares for and loves us, and gives us His rules so that we can experience blessing and peace from Him. 

“The Heavens Declare - Psalm 19:1-14” is a Christian teaching resource that aims to help children understand the beauty and wonder of God’s creation. The lesson explores the idea that the natural world, from the sun and stars to the smallest flower, is a testament to God’s love and care for us. The lesson also emphasizes that God’s rules are not meant to be burdensome, but are actually a blessing that gives us order and purpose in our lives. The resource includes a variety of activities that encourage children to engage with the material and apply it to their own lives. These activities include looking at pictures of outer space and discussing the constellations, having a relay race to celebrate the sun’s journey across the sky, and discussing how God’s rules can be helpful and even “sweet” like honey. The lesson concludes with a prayer thanking God for the beauty of creation and for His love and care.

Passage: Psalm 19:1-14

Target Audience: Kindergarten-6th grade 

Materials Needed: Handmade items; pictures or representations of nature; construction paper or cardstock; markers or crayons; decorative supplies; paper plates; honey-themed treats; bags; Bibles.

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