Note to parent or teacher: Here is a 30- to 40-minute lesson plan that further highlights the lesson objective: Learn how the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom; study and memorize Bible verses upon which this principle is based. (Christian Life and Faith: Biblical and Christian Foundsation-1b)
Listen to “Joyful Singing.”
Read page 1 of “How should I interact with God?”
Color the picture “Worship the Lord with Reverence.” On another paper draw and color a picture of your head or cut out a photo of yourself and glue it on top of the boy in the picture as he is reverencing God (in the picture). Post the picture on your bedroom wall as a reminder to show God reverence.
Read page 2 of “How should I interact with God?”
Think about something you or your family need or would like to have. Now take time to ask God to supply this. Remember to start by showing Him appreciation for all He’s done for you already.
Read page 3 of “How should I interact with God?”
Pray for a friend, parent, or teacher, concerning something they need help from God to be able to do. After you have prayed, consider writing him or her a note of encouragement, letting that person know you are praying for him/her.
Read the Bible story about King Josiah (2 Kings 22–23:4), who honored and obeyed God and was blessed for leading his people in God’s ways. For a simple review of this story and four coloring pages, see “King Josiah.”)
Read pages 4–5 of “How should I interact with God?”
What Bible stories can you think of where people showed reverence to God, and He blessed them with protection and provision?
As a follow-up study, you can choose one (or more) of these Bible stories to further reinforce the principle of reverencing God.
Quiz yourself to see what you learned from this class:
Reverence God when sitting or lying down in a comfy place while listening to “The Rotunda of Heavenly Vision” and taking time to reflect on God’s power and awesomeness!
Pray The Lord’s Prayer (“The Lord’s Prayer—From the Heart of Children”).
Compiled by My Wonder Studio staff.
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