Ages 4–6: Anna and Simeon See Jesus, We Are Thankful for Food and Clothes, Peter and John Heal a Man Who Can't Walk, A Man Who Is Healed Thanks Jesus
Lesson 1: Anna and Simeon See JesusLuke 2:22-38—All of the Old Testament prophecies about a Messiah are fulfilled when Jesus is born. Simeon and Anna recognize this fulfillment when they see Mary and Joseph carrying baby Jesus into the temple. Their hearts are filled with thanksgiving.
Lesson 2: We Are Thankful for Food and ClothesMatthew 6:25-34; Psalm 136:1, 25—During the Sermon on the Mount Jesus uses birds and flowers to explain how important people are to God. God will always provide for His people. Instead of worrying about food and clothing, we should be thankful and do the things God wants us to do.
Lesson 3: Peter and John Heal a Man Who Can't WalkActs 3:1-16; 4:1, 2, 18-22—Peter and John are passing by the Beautiful Gate on their way to the temple to pray when a man who can't walk asks them for money. Neither of them has any money, but Peter calls upon the power of Jesus to heal the man. Immediately the man stands up and begins jumping for joy and thanking God for healing him.
Lesson 4: A Man Who Is Healed Thanks JesusLuke 17:11-19—On His way to Jerusalem, 10 men who have leprosy stop Jesus. They ask Him to help them. Jesus sends them to see a priest who will check to see whether the leprosy is gone. As they go, they are healed. When they realize they are healed, only one man returns to say thank You to Jesus.
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