Week 25 - An Angel Visits Mary -
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Kids Bible Lesson 25 - An Angel Visits Mary
Welcome to week 25!
This week your children learn the Bible story about a faithful girl named Mary.
God sent an angel, Gabriel, to deliver a special message to Mary. Gabriel told Mary that she would be the mother of the Son of God. What an honor! Mary did not believe that she, a virgin, would have a miraculous pregnancy of the world’s most important baby, Jesus. Mary was very excited to be the Lord’s servant.
In this Bible lesson, the children will learn that God can do anything and he is worthy of our trust. We must be willing to serve God with all our hearts. Have fun learning this wonderful story!
If you haven’t read the introduction to Bible Time yet, I recommend you read the outline about the Bible lessons for children first.
Children's bible lesson about An Angel Visits Mary - Key Concepts
The key concepts that we focused on this week are:
God can do anything.
God is worthy of our trust.
We must be willing to serve God.
You can also come up with your own key concepts.
Bible Verse for kids
The Bible verse for this lesson is Luke 1:30 ICB
“Do not be afraid, Mary, because God is pleased with you”.
This Bible verse should be simple enough for your toddler to memorize after a week of practice.
Bible Story Tips
We read “An Angel Visits Mary” beginning on page 49 of the children's Bible Storybook called Bible-Time Stories and Rhymes.
During story, draw attention to the key concepts for this lesson.
Don't forget to ask questions related to the story, for example, “What message did the angel have for Mary?”
Throughout the Bible lesson we reiterated how important it is to trust God.
After the Bible story and discussion session, we stand up and do the interactive rhyme found in the Bible storybook.
After the story and rhyme, we say a prayer that is related to the Bible story. You can either have your children repeat after you or allow them to come up with their own prayer.
Bible Song about An Angel Visits Mary
The Bible song for this week is "Rejoice in the Lord Always".
We cast the song from YouTube to the television, so our children can see the motions on the big screen.