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Woman at the Well Sunday School Lesson

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When the woman realized that Jesus knew all about her life, she thought He was a prophet. She asked a common religious question about where to worship. Jesus said we must worship in spirit and in truth; that's more important than the physical place. We must worship in our heart and do what's right. Privacy Notice: Information you share on this site will not be sold, shared or otherwise given to any third party.

Read our usage terms. Advertisements : Some of these ads are randomly generated. Our ad policy. Subscribe to e-mail news. This well-loved series captures the attention of children, telling scripturally sound stories that are enjoyable and easy to remember. The story of Jesus and the Woman at the Well is taken from John and is written at a Grade 3 reading level. It's appropriate for children aged Softcover from Concordia. The Samarian Woman at the Well To Remember : We must worship God in our hearts and according to the Bible Vocabulary worship : honor, reverence, praise, pray, serve spirit: heart, mind, soul Lesson - Read John , Jesus was at a well in Samaria when a woman approached.

She was Samaritan, and the Jews usually did not speak to Samaritans. So she was very surprised when He asked her to draw Him some water. Jesus answered that if she knew who He was, she would ask Him for living water. The woman was confused. Jesus didn't have a bucket, how would He draw water? She asked Him if He was greater than Jacob, who dug the well. In actuality, He was, but she didn't know that yet. Jesus told the woman that her water would only quench her thirst for a while.

He had water that would quench her thirst forever! The woman like that. She wouldn't have to carry water every day. She asked how she could get this water. Jesus told her to bring her husband to see Him. She replied that she had no husband. Jesus said, that's right.

You've been married before, but you are not now. T Jesus could have drawn the water himself. F The woman wanted Jesus' living water. T Jesus proved he was a prophet. T Jesus said the woman had to worship in Dan. What was the living water Jesus offered? Draw a well.

Sing Jesus loves the little children. How did Jesus feel about this woman? How should we feel when we are worshipping? How should we worship God? How do we learn what is truthful worship? Where did Jesus say worship really takes place?

Where was the woman from? Why did Jesus answer her questions? Do we have to worship in a physical place today?

Preschool Sunday School Lesson: Woman at the Well

When the woman realized that Jesus knew all about her life, she thought He was a prophet. She asked a common religious question about where to worship. Jesus said we must worship in spirit and in truth; that's more important than the physical place. We must worship in our heart and do what's right.

Kids will learn that God wants us to share Jesus with everybody. Everybody eats Cheerios.

Have children place their hands under running water in a sink and then drink a cup of water. Afterward, hold up a glass of water and a picture of Jesus. Paraphrase the story from John Jesus can help us live forever. Give each child yarn and a plastic container such as the lower half of a bleach bottle or a milk carton.

The Samarian Woman at the Well

The Woman at the Well A story about the woman of Samaria. Text Version Afrikaans. I really want to win, and, besides, we have a great church and I know you'll like my teacher! Let's hurry! As the class began and Miss Kendal, the math teacher, started her lesson, Greg looked around the room to see if he had missed inviting anyone to his church. Greg's thoughts trailed off as the classroom door opened and Rose silently entered the classroom. When you think of a rose, you think of something soft, beautiful and with a wonder smell. But Rose, the girl, was just the opposite. No one ever talked to Rose. Her hair was always a tangled mess, her face and clothes were always dirty, and she always smelled horrible!

Bible Lesson: Are You Thirsty? (John 4)

Feel free to modify this list based on your specific preteen group. Put one of the following snacks in each bowl and spread them throughout the room:. How to play : Pass out plastic cups to preteens and tell them to write their names on it with a sharpie. When you say go, students go around the room and fill up their cups with snacks. They choose what to fill their cup up with based on the signs, not their preference in snacks.

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Oct 28, - The Woman at the Well as told by Brian Carlisle on award-winning Childrens Chapel site, featuring It was the lesson about the woman at Jacob's Well. Bible-in-Life: Preschool Make It/Take It (Craft Book), Spring

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