Throughout this volume of six ELECTRONIC Skit Packages, Jesus’ parables are highlighted, as the real-life situations in the skits mirror the conflicts and settings of the original parable. In the middle of each skit, Rufus reads the parable, directly from the Bible. Each lesson suggests a snack with the “best part in the middle,” like corn-dogs, Twinkies, cup cakes, etc., to help make the point that you have to dig for the “best part” (the lesson) in Jesus’ parables.
Vol. 4 Parables of Jesus (HS) – (Electronic)
Parables of Jesus
This volume of 7 ELECTRONIC skit packages presents the themes of compassion, unconditional love, forgiveness, integrity, evangelism, and stewardship.
Throughout the volume, six of Jesus’ parables are highlighted, as the real-life situations in the skits mirror the conflicts and settings of the original parable. In the middle of each skit, Rufus reads the parable, directly from the Bible. Each lesson suggests a snack with the “best part in the middle,” like corn-dogs, Twinkies, cup cakes, etc., to help make the point that you have to dig for the “best part” (the lesson) in Jesus’ parables.
The six parables in this series begin with “The Sower.” Each week’s truth is identified in one word: “Witness,” “Share,” etc; the children are encouraged to plant that “seed” in their hearts and multiply God’s truth in their lives. The “Good Samaritan;” teaches us to help others; the “Unmerciful Servant,” teaches forgiveness. Lazarus and the Rich Man” teaches sharing; “The Wise and Foolish Builders” warns us obey God’s word. The “Prodigal Son” teaches repentance.
Why Jesus Spoke In Parables • The Sower • The Good Samaritan • The Unmerciful Servant • Lazarus and The Rich Man • The Prodigal Son • The Wise and Foolish Builders
The parables of Jesus • parables of Christ • understanding parables • earthly stories with heavenly meanings • sowing God’s Word • the parable of the sower • witnessing • evangelizing • evangelism • persecution • making choices • weeds • stony soil • rocky soil • good soil • cares of the world • sharing your faith • sharing the gospel • spreading the gospel • making disciples • the Great Commission • values • spiritual growth • boldness • the things of the world • possessions • Caring for others • care for others • compassion • gentleness • the parable of the Good Samaritan • selfishness • prejudice • love your neighbor • loving others • showing God’s love • sacrifice • pride • ego • the parable of the unmerciful servant • forgiveness • forgive others • forgiving others • confess sins • confessing sins • unforgiveness • selfishness • debt • greed • remorse • the parable of Lazarus and the rich man • friends • friendship • friendliness • sacrifice • sharing • share with others • selfish
Psalm 119: 105 • Matthew 28: 19, 20 • Matthew 13: 3-9, 18-23 • Luke 10: 27 • Matthew 6: 14, 15 • Matthew 18: 21-35 • Matthew 5: 42 • Luke 16:19-3 • I John 1:9 • Luke 15: 11-32 • Psalm 19: 14 • Matthew 7: 24, 27
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Remember that a parable is an “earthly story with a heavenly meaning.”, Look for the “deeper lesson” in the parables of Jesus., Be “farmers” who plant the Gospel in other people., Not allow worldly things to be more important than God., Be “good soil” and allow God’s Word to direct their lives., View all as neighbors, not just those who live nearby., Do what they can to help when they see someone in need., Treat all equally; never devalue anyone due to prejudice., Confess their sins to God, and apologize to others., Forgive others when they hurt them or break their things., Realize that God will not forgive them, unless they forgive others., See that selfishness results in separation from God and from others., Share their belongings with those who are less fortunate., Not lead an excessive, self-indulgent lifestyle., Realize that they can never “run away” from God’s love., Be grateful for the welcoming, forgiving heart of God., Not be like the “older brother” when God forgives others.