Today's Lesson: Peter is Rescued
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In Acts 12:1-18, while Peter was in jail, believers prayed for his impossible situation, and God sent an angel to rescue Peter from the prison.
- God is with us wherever we are,
- God hears and answers prayers,
- We should pray for others.
Video Bible story for children – Peter is Rescued
Free Printable Bible Story – Peter is Rescued
Bible Time video
Games and activities
Everyone in the room should close their eyes. Someone leaves the room and stands behind the door of the room.
Everyone’s eyes must remain closed. The child knocks the door, and the children ask, “Who’s there?” The child should reply with a funny voice. The children in the room must guess who it is. Speak about how the people praying didn’t believe Peter was waiting at the door.
Who am I?
Either put an image on a child’s forehead or show it to the other people in the room. Pick a person from this week’s lesson. The child with the image should ask questions to guess who they are. Answers should only be yes or no. If time allows, mix with other images of animals, transport, plants, or famous people.
Cut some thin strips of paper. Have two people hold each strip. This will become their chain. Children should then race or complete an obstacle course without breaking the paper. If the paper tears, they must start again. Remind your children how Peter was chained to the guards so he couldn’t escape.
Free Bible Coloring Pages – Peter is Rescued
Craft – Bible verse chain
Find more activities by downloading the lesson pdf below.
Thank God that He answers prayer, and
nothing is impossible for Him. Ask Him to
help you to pray for others in need.
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23rd October 2020