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The Meaning of Lent (Isaiah 58:1-12) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

The Meaning of Lent (Isaiah 58:1-12) Printable Bible Lesson & Sunday School Activities PDF

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The season of Lent can be an important and meaningful time of contemplation and gratitude. This lesson discusses Ash Wednesday and how we remember that our sins have been forgiven. Use dirty things to emphasize how God cleans us on the inside. Lent is not just about acting sad or giving things up, but recalling what Jesus does for us and passing His love onto others.  

The blood of Jesus covers all of our sins and cleanses us from the filth of sin. God desires our hearts and wants us to love His children. Fasting is fine, but it’s more important to love and serve the Lord and others. He has already forgiven us and promised eternal life. During Lent, we consider our sins, but more importantly remember how God loves and forgives us.

"The Meaning of Lent - Isaiah 58:1-12" is a Lenten Bible study that explores the meaning of Ash Wednesday and how we remember that our sins have been forgiven. The lesson discusses how God desires our hearts and wants us to love His children. It also emphasizes that while fasting is fine, it is more important to love and serve the Lord and others. This lesson is appropriate for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.

The resource provides an object lesson where children are encouraged to think about things that make them dirty and how they have to wash with soap to be clean. It also suggests activities such as playing in dirt or clay to help kids understand how God’s love makes us clean on the inside. The lesson also discusses the history of Ash Wednesday and how it is a time to reflect on our sins and ask God for forgiveness.

Passage: Isaiah 58:1-12

Target Audience: Kindergarten-6th grade 

Materials Needed: Things that make someone dirty (mud, syrup, glue, tar, etc.); construction paper/cardstock; chalk; ash or pastel crayons; paper towel tubes; pipe cleaners; Bibles.

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