If God can care for the animals and plants on earth we can rest assured He is caring for us. This Bible illustration will help children remember this important lesson that God wants us to understand from Luke 12.
The Story of God's Care for Us
Jesus taught people to trust God and to put Him first in their lives. Why? Because God has promised to take care of those who trust Him. If God can care for the animals and plants on earth, we can rest assured He is caring for us as well. The Bible activities below highlight this important teaching in Jesus' ministry.
This Write the Bible Phrase worksheet calls for kids to write, “God has plans to care for you.” This is an adaptation of Jeremiah 29:11 and will help children remember that God can take care of us.
This Write the Bible Phrase worksheet calls for kids to write, “The Lord is my strength and my shield.” This is an adaptation of Psalms 28:7 and will help children remember that God is our protector.
Give your children a chance to put together this word tiles puzzle. It will help them think about the truth that since God takes care of animals and plants, He certainly will take care of people—including them. We don’t need to worry; we can trust God!
What are some elements in the lesson Jesus taught in Luke 12:22-34? This word search puzzle highlights six. Can your children find all six?
Jigsaw puzzles are a great deal of fun. As your children work this puzzle, talk to them about the lessons Jesus presented to His disciples. You can read what Jesus said in Luke 12:22-34.
This maze, which is shaped like a bird, is fun to work; but it also affords parents and teachers a chance to talk about the birds and how God takes care of them. If God takes care of the birds, surely He’ll take care of the people who trust Him!
This matching game depicts Jesus as He teaches about God’s love and the futility of worry. This matching game will give you a tremendous opportunity to help your children understand some of the principles Jesus taught in Luke 12:22-34.