But, Moses needed something to prove who God was to hope in Him or to trust in His plan. This is the God Spoke to Moses Parents Connect page (OT06L2PC). With so much truth in the Bible where do we start? God has an important task for each of us. EXPLAIN: Talk about how we saw God’s people hope in Him in this story. This match game will help children remember to listen to God when He speaks. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is the teaching picture for God Spoke to Moses (OT06L2TP). Start out by reading this week’s memory verse (Psalm 25:5) from the poster. Why not start where the Bible starts. AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes. Give each child a blank piece of paper provide markers or colored pencils. We’ve all been there. Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes a Parents Connect page to help parents or guardians reinforce the lesson at home during the week following the lesson. God is Our Hope (Exodus 3:1-15) Lesson #15 in What is God Like? Remind them that the people of Israel had hope that God would rescue them from slavery in Egypt and that’s just what He did. But, when we say that we hope in God we are saying something different….we are saying that we trust Him and know that He will do what He says He will do. God called Moses to do a very special job. This Bible activity is a 12-piece jigsaw puzzle that pictures Moses staring at the burning bush. What is God like? When God spoke to Moses in Exodus 3 it was because He had important instructions for Moses to help free the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt. After a few minutes, bring the group back together and give kids time to share what they have drawn or written. Ask the group to tell you what they are saying when they say they hope something will happen. (what do you hope you’ll get for Christmas?, etc.) Tell the kids that you want to tell them a story from the Bible that helps to explain that God is our hope. Jesus is Immanuel- God with us (Luke 2) Lesson #16 in What is God Like? Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download…. A good motion might be to fold hands like praying, SAY: “Our verse today is Psalm 25:5. Who is God? Please use our childrens ministry curriculum and Sunday School material for any purpose that brings honor to Jesus. You can freely license our resources under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International. Talk briefly about what they hope in or hope for…. Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes a full-color teaching picture for use in teaching the lesson. Say the verse with the motions a few times. Ask what they would have been thinking if they were Moses. Without God we are hopeless and are heading to death and eternal destruction. When God spoke to Moses in Exodus 3 it was because He had important instructions for Moses to help free the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt. The great thing about God being our hope is that we also know He is faithful and that He will keep all His promises, so we can hope in Him, knowing that He will do what He says He will do..“. No, not necessarily creation, but GOD. It is HIS divine will that young people come to faith in Jesus Christ and find salvation through the Gospel and the work of the Holy Spirit to bring them to faith. That’s why we never charge for our curriculum or even ask for donations. Ministry-To-Children.com helps you tell kids about Jesus by providing age-appropriate Bible study material and Sunday School curriculum – all 100% free online. With so much truth in the Bible where do we start? Since motions & actions help kids remember, choose an action for OUR HOPE. Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download the teaching picture PDF. Ask one of the kids in the group to remind you what you’re learning this year. God told Moses that He wanted Moses to go back to Egypt and lead His people out to the Promised Land. Bookmark the permalink. It includes the Hour B lesson plan and the needed reproducibles for that plan. This word search activity will help children remember to listen to God when He speaks. When you think about what you want your children to learn at church, what’s the first thing that pops into your mind? Your kids will have great fun working the puzzle, and they’ll learn from it as well. ADDRESS: Ministry-To-Children Every kids church ministry deserves the very best resources for teaching God’s Word, even when they don’t have the financial resources. Pray that the children in your group would place their hope in God as the only one who can bring salvation to His people. Read the memory verse (Psalm 25:5) and work together to make up motions to help you learn the verse. Remind them that each week we’ll be looking into the Bible to answer the question… “Can you tell me what God is like?” and will be learning one of the many truths about God that we see in His Word. That means no permission is needed as long as you credit this Ministry-To-Children.com in the final work. HOPE = THE ONE IN WHOM OUR EXPECTATIONS ARE CENTERED. They could write the definition for hope or the memory verse or they could illustrate the story of God speaking to Moses out of the bush. This match game will help children remember to listen to God when He speaks. The Bible tells us (Rom 3:23 & 6:23) that we are all sinners who deserve death. Explain that when we say something like, “I hope I have pizza for lunch,” we’re saying that we wish it would happen. Ask why Moses was able to put his hope in God. Bibles, previous attribute of God posters, a large piece of paper with the words GOD IS OUR HOPE written on it, key verse (Psalm 25:5) printed on a piece of paper, blank paper and markers or colored pencils for each child in the group. Fun Ways to Memorize the Books of the Bible, Fun Ways to Teach How the Bible is Organized, Exodus 3:12 Write the Bible Phrase Worksheet. Copyright © 2007-2020 Ministry-to-Children. Choose 3 kids to play parts in the story as you tell it in your own words. Moses obeyed God and returned to Egypt to rescue God’s people. This God Called Moses Story Illustration will help kids learn that God may not speak to us in a burning bush, but He still has something for each of us to do. Ask the kids to remind you who had hope in God in today’s story and what their hope was. Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download the lesson PDF. But, even more than rescuing His people from slavery in Egypt, God has rescued His people from slavery to sin and death and He did it not by sending Moses to lead His people, but by sending His Son to take the punishment for His people and die on the cross in our place. It includes the Hour A lesson plan and the needed reproducibles for that plan. 430 Oak St. Sellersburg, IN 47172, © 2020 Ministry-To-Children.com | Read our. Have the kids stand up and say the attributes of God and do the motions. Ask someone to define the word HOPE. Make sure you hit the following points: Since this is a very familiar story, talk through it with the kids in the group. God showed Moses that He is his hope by speaking to him and showing Moses His power. Tell the story of Exodus 2-4 in your own words, reading Exodus 3:1-15 straight from the Bible. He got married and was helping his father in law out with the sheep. This verse reminds us that God is our hope….the One on whom are expectations are set. This is the Hour A lesson plan for God Spoke to Moses (OT06L2HA). What does God do? Moses had grown up in the Pharaoh’s house, but as an adult he chose to be known as an Israelite because He had hope in the Lord. Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes two lesson plans (Hour A and Hour B). This entry was posted in All Children's Sermons and tagged Children's Church Lessons, children's sermons, different, different people, Exodus 3, free, free children's sermons, God chooses people who are different, moses, Sunday School Lessons for Kids by Sermon Writer.