Paul and Silas Were Rescued from Jail
In Acts 16:16-40, Paul and Silas were thrown in a Philippian prison. Confined to the stocks, they sang and prayed. An earthquake occurred, freeing the prisoners, and the jailer, who was responsible for all of them, almost took his own life. However, Paul and Silas reassured the jailer they were not going to escape. That night, the jailer and the members of his household became believers in Jesus. These lesson activities highlight this event in the early church.
What do those numbers mean? They represent some important words and a phrase that relate to Paul’s and Silas’s night in a Philippian jail. A code key is provided, so all your children will need to work this coded words puzzle are copies of the puzzle, a little time, and some sharpened pencils.Read More ⇨
What was so different about Paul and Silas that they were able to sing songs and pray in jail? Well, they knew that God was with them. The story of their brief stay in jail is the theme of this crossword puzzle. Sharpen your pencils and let your children get to work!Read More ⇨