Being ready or prepared, as for Christ's return (See also readiness)
"Remember, therefore, what you have received and heard; obey it, and repent. But if you do not wake up, I will come like a thief, and you will not know at what time I will come to you." Revelation 3:3
In life we prepare for many things. The most important thing we can prepare for is to meet Jesus!
God's Word gives us a strong foundation to defeat all foes.
This game shows the importance of prayer and fasting to prepare for the battle of winning souls for Christ.
How do you prepare for the return of Jesus? Teams are challenged to match ideas.
A lively, fun, and fast-paced game where preparation produces a winning team
while teaching children to be prepare for the return of Jesus.
A fast paced game that teaches children the importance of staying spiritually alert.
This lesson will help the children develop their self control to fight off the many temptations that keep them from being obedient to God and enjoying His many blessings.
In this lesson, children learn that we fight in a spiritual war when it comes to sharing the Word of God. We can prepare for this battle through prayer and fasting.
This lesson teaches the importance of spiritual activity and self-examination.
Through this lesson, children will learn that when Jesus is our Lord, we follow His teachings and will do what He tells us.
Life has many pitfalls but with God's help we can avoid many of them.
(Crossword) A puzzle based on 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 that describes how to be prepared for the return of our Lord, Jesus.
(Cross-out) The message revealed in this puzzle will help the children understand the spiritual battle occurring between good and evil as described in Ephesians 6:12.
It is up to God's people to go out and share the Gospel of Christ. This skit shows how prayer and fasting help us prepare to fight in this spiritual battle against Truth. (Skit for up to nine.)
A mildly humorous song about John the Baptist at the River Jordan. Sung to tune of "Bicycle Built for Two."
Even the best soldiers, if not careful, can get caught up in the wrong things.