Here are the projects we have done so far to memorize Bible verses (click to see the list that will take you to each project). They hang proudly on our wall and we look forward to adding more to it! A-I done!
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
I will praise you for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:14
I had a different plan for this week's Bible verse for the letter "i," but changed my mind while at Bible study today. We usually do a take-home craft and this was sitting in front of me, perfect for the boys to learn and it started with the right letter! Perfect!
I used the mirror shapes from the church and let the boys color on one. Then they got to put glue on the back to hold the foil in. I wrote the verse on the foil and we said the verse. I came up with a few motions to try to help them remember the verse and plan to go over and over it. I want them to know that they were wonderfully made by the Creator of the universe!
Hear O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Deuteronomy 6:4
My husband and I went to Israel last year. Check out the page I wrote about our adventures here. It was a great time and I'm so glad that we got to go. I just love to learn more about Israel, Jewish culture and the Jewish religions. They are God's chosen people!
I was trying to think of a good activity to do with this one and thought about a number 1 then maybe an ear. I finally sat down and looked up a picture of the land of Israel that I was going to print off and write the verse on. Then I saw the flag and thought that would be easy. We just glued blue construction paper on a white paper, but I could see you painting it if that's your thing too. I did most of the work on this one.
God is love. 1 John 4:8
I decided to go with something super easy but fundemantal for our "g" letter. God is love. His love is neverending and he loves us all so much that he sent his son to die for our sins. He is love. Period. This was obviously very easy to memorize. He also has a "God" verse for Awana (although he memorized the verse and then refused to return to the class--God loved us and sent his son (and Jesus loves me)).
To make the heart (around Valentine's is when we did this activity), I let him paint on a piece of cardstock. He just loves to pain. Then I cut it out in a heart shape and wrote the verse in the middle. It was a little wet or got water on it.
May you experience this verse today in a new and profound way!
For nothing is impossible with God! Luke 1:37