Tag Archive: divine nature

You Rock!

Object Lesson

I collect rocks! Whenever we go someplace unusual (like Ireland, Cancun, or Zions National Park) I always bring home a tiny rock that reminds me of that place and its particular beauty. Now some people just kick rocks out of thier way or some throw rocks to see how stong they are and some curse rocks because they might have stubbed thier toe on them. Some people even ignore rocks….
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Divine Nature

Object Lesson

This is part of a lesson that I taught called “Understanding Your Divine Nature”. I held up the first pot (plain pot with the beautiful plant inside of it) and then held up the second (much prettier pot) and asked if they could be represented by a flower pot, which pot would you choose to be??? (Of course, they pretty much chose the pretty pot) Before we came to earth,…
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Orange You Special

Object Lesson

Pass out a bowl filled with oranges. Ask each class member to take and orange and examine it for a minute. “Get to know” your orange…. Then put all the oranges back in a bowl. Mix them up and pass it back around and have everyone pick out their orange and tell how they knew it was their orange. Liken this to how each of us are individuals and may…
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Lemon Identification

Object Lesson

Spiritual Note: Lemon Identification (from a book called Low Cost, No cost Ideas for youth Ministry, its a Baptist church book, has some good ideas) While kids are feeling their lemons, make a secret list noting which numbered lemon each person is holding. When kids feel like they’re sufficiently intimate with their fruit, collect the lemons and set them all in a pile on a table. Have kids remove thier…
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Are you worth $20.00?

Object Lesson

A well-known speaker started off his seminar by holding up a $20 bill. In the room of 200, he asked, “Who would like this $20 bill?” Hands started going up. He said, “I am going to give this $20 to one of you, but first, let me do this.” He proceeded to crumple the dollar bill up. He then asked, “Who still wants it?” Still, the hands were up in…
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