Tag Archive: lying

Lies Make a Web to Trap Us (If You’re Happy Alternate Words)

Have a child come to the front and hold up both hands. Without tying a knot, loosely wrap a thread or piece of yarn around the child’s wrists and hold it. Explain that the thread is like a little lie. We can usually break free easily (have the child break free). Then, while explaining that one lie usually leads to another, making it difficult to break free, loosely wrap the…
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Death of a Testimony

Object Lesson

Students will see the outline of the body and be told their testimony has died. It is then up to them to search and discover the “clues” as to what caused the death of their testimony. Clues such as gossiping, lying, drinking, etc are placed around the room. Example: We wrote things about a fictitious youth on a crumbled up piece of paper for the gossiping clue.

You watch what goes in your mouth so watch what comes out!

Object Lesson

Relevant texts: Matthew 15:11, James 3:1-10, Colossians 3:8 Earlier today I went into the garden to see what I could find. I collected a few things here in this margarine tub Show the tub without revealing the contents. Pull out the items from the tub one by one, saying a few words about each to make sure evrybody knows what it is, and then puting it back in the tub….
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Lying

Object Lesson

We made up a lie and said that it was represented by the first stick of gum and each started chewing. That lie lead to another, and so they had to put the second in their mouths right on top of the first. That one turned into a third…and so on. By the time you have 3 or 4 sticks of gum in your mouth you can’t even hardly talk!…
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