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Godliness

Living according to God's Will (See also holiness righteousness, morals)

"For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come." 1 Timothy 4:8


Activities

Commitment Cards

Bible reading is good for the soul.

Love of Scripture

I delight in your commands because I love them.

Narrow Path

Walking the narrow road may not be easy, but the reward is worth it. It leads to eternal life with Jesus.

Resisting Fleshly Desires

Children explore the difference between giving into their fleshly desires and acting out of love with mercy and humility.

What is Goodness?

God empowers us to live for Jesus each and every day.

What My Father Does

Jesus only did what he saw his Father doing. We should only do what Jesus would do. John 5:19

Worldliness or Godliness

Children will use current events to see the presence of worldliness and godliness in our daily lives.

Bulletin Boards

The Safest Way

There is safety in living a Godly life. Noah is the perfect example of this because he was righteous and therefore saved from the flood by God.

Crafts

Shield of Character

The children will create a shield to display godly characteristics.

Games

Do it for Jesus

Children's Sunday school games - Do it for Jesus

Knock-Knock

A child selected to be king will judge the abilities of the other kids to describe a situation that is pleasing to God. If accepted by the king, they can enter his pretend kingdom.

Love and Justice

How well will your team show Godly love? Let the judges decide.

Lessons

Be a Good Example

Children will discover how other people can see Jesus living in them, by being good examples of right Christian attitudes and behaviors.

DEVELOPING GODLY CHARACTER

During this three week series children are challenged to live lives that are pure, wise, and honest.

God is Jealous

This Sunday school lesson will explain the difference between Godís jealousy and human jealousy. The children will understand why jealousy is one of Godís attributes and one of humanityís defects.

Godliness in a Corrupt World

Children learn the importance of living a godly and righteous life instead of conforming to a sinful world.

Showing God's Love

This lesson will help the children learn how they can love God and other people by examining the way God loves them and how Jesus showed love while He was on earth.

Spiritual Growth

Through this lesson, children learn that God's divine power provides them with everything they need to live godly lives; thus, they escape the corruption evil desires cause in the world.

Walk the Narrow Path

Children will choose to walk on the path of righteousness by avoiding ungodly influences and temptations along the way.

Object Talks

Fake Flowers

Real Christians are as different from fake Christians as real flowers are different from artificial ones.

Human Billboards

And as for you, brothers, never tire of doing what is right, 2 Thessalonians 3:13

No More Static

An object lesson about having control over what others see and hear in you.

Picture Perfect

How can you be a good example of a child of God unless people can clearly see Jesus living in you?

Precious Gift of Time

An Illustration to demonstrate how quickly time passes.

Puzzles

In the Light

(Cross-out) While walking along the path, the Word of the Lord will be our guiding light. (Psalm 119:105)

What Crowns the Righteous?

(Cross-out) Children discover that "blessings" crown the head of the righteous in this special word cross-out puzzle from Proverbs 10:6a.

Word Jumble of Kings and Queens

Students unscramble words that name seven of the kings and queens found in the Bible.

Skits

Are We Different?

A school mate discovers it does make a difference how we live and how we act as Christians. (Skit for three.)

Stories

Forgetful Pedro

(Storybook Available) A lazy but happy horse finds new joy when he remembers to look straight ahead.

The Wreck of Atlantis

We have been given the precious gift of time, we can't afford to waste it.