DOERS OF THE WORD

Using the set of Wall Scriptures, and a special mat, platform, or step to represent a stage, have the children one by one come up and stand “on stage” to act out one of the Scriptures from the Wall Scriptures set, to demonstrate to the other children. You can begin by reading one of the Scriptures aloud to the children, and then helping the child on stage act out what that Scripture means so that the other children can understand.

For example, once the child comes up to the stage, read aloud the Scripture, “Open [child’s name] eyes that [child’s name] may see wonderful things in your law (Psalm 119:18).” Then have the child act it out.

You can help them by pausing after reading each action portion of the Scripture such as “Open Jacob’s eyes…” and giving the child time to act that portion out before moving on to the rest of the Scripture. You can also help them by asking them questions, such as “how do you open your eyes” or “where is God’s law found?” This will not only help the child who is acting it out but also the other children who are listening, helping, and interacting with the exercise. The other children can also participate with the child acting out the Scripture. In this exercise, the children will not only learn what the Word of God says and promises to them, but they will also learn how to DO IT.

The Wall Scriptures set includes six full color pages with Scripture statements to be personalized to your child. These pages can be printed and laminated for hands-on use, framed for wall hanging, viewed on a digital device and so much more!

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