Being able to wait for something or persevere to complete a task
"A man's wisdom gives him patience; it is to his glory to overlook an offense." Proverbs 19:11
Kids examine different chores to learn about the benefits of patience and perseverance.
Children practice patience techniques and are rewarded for their skills.
Children visit the great outdoors to visualize the size of Noah’s ark.
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Through this lesson, children learn that God uses the trials and hardships in our lives to refine our faith and provide opportunities for us to be a witness to others.
Through this lesson, the children will understand the magnitude of the task given to Noah, and how sometimes we must have patience and perseverance to receive God’s blessings.
In this first lesson, children will discover that godly love means we can wait patiently until His blessings are revealed to us.
In this lesson, children see that the Lord keeps His promises to the faithful and that nothing is too hard for Him to accomplish. As we wait on His promises, we must remember that God works according to His timetable not ours.
Children will learn that it is better to wait for heavenly rewards than it is to indulge themselves with worldly pleasures.
A skit about a boy who would rather catch a fish than catch a ball, and how he faced conflict with his jealous brother. (A skit for three persons)
A moving skit about how one crooked tree was blessed on Christmas day. (Skit for six:
A moving story about how one crooked tree was blessed on Christmas Day.
(Storybook Available) We may have some plans for our lives, but God always has something better planned for us. We need to have faith, be patient, and seek the Will of God