Bible Lesson Activities About God's Power

God can do anything—anything, that is, that isn't contrary to His nature. God cannot sin, therefore; but He can do all those things we typically think of as being impossible for human beings. The lesson activities below highlight biblical events in which God intervened in human affairs and did remarkable, noteworthy things. Nothing is impossible with God (see Luke 1:37).

Spot the Differences in Jesus Fed the People

At one point in His ministry (John 6:1-15), Jesus was followed by a large crowd because of His miracles of healing the sick. The crowd needed to be feed, but they had only five barley loaves and two fish that belonged to a boy. Jesus gave thanks for the food and then had the disciples…

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David Was A Shepherd Boy Hidden Pictures

In 1 Samuel 16, we are introduced to one of the greatest characters of the Old Testament, king David. In these verses we learn that before David was a giant-slaying king over the nation of Israel, he was a brave, obedient shepherd boy who worked for his father. It was in the sheep fields that David…

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Word Scramble For Jesus Helped A Little Girl

In Mark 5:21-43 we read that Jesus restored a little girl who had died. Of course, her parents were amazed and overjoyed. It was still relatively early in Jesus’ ministry, so he had to be careful about how quickly His fame would spread. Jesus was concerned about caring for people like this little girl and…

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Abraham Had A Son Large Jigsaw Puzzle

The story of the conception and birth of Isaac, found in Genesis 18, is hugely important in God’s unfolding story. It was through Isaac that God demonstrated His people, Abraham’s descendants, would be a miraculous people who were born as a result of God’s power, not human capacity. God had promised that Abraham would give…

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Gabriel Told About Jesus Word Search

The Gospels of Luke and Matthew are the only two Gospels that tell us anything about Jesus’ birth. Each of these two books give us a unique perspective on the Christmas events and help us understand important things that took place. In Luke 1:26-38, we read about the Angel Gabriel’s visit to Mary, the young…

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Three In The Fire Word Scramble

The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace (Three in the Fire) is as familiar to many as it is dramatic. These were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by King Nebuchadnezzar. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the…

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Three In the Fire Crossword Puzzle

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by Babylon. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the king asked them to worship an idol, they refused. King Nebuchadnezzar then had them thrown into a fiery furnace, but God delivered…

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Three In The Fire Large Jigsaw Puzzle

The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace is as familiar to many as it is dramatic. These were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by King Nebuchadnezzar. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the king asked them to…

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Three In The Fire Jigsaw Puzzle

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were young Hebrew men living as exiles in Babylon after Judah was conquered by Babylon. They had risen to positions of power in the Babylonian court, but when the king asked them to worship an idol, they refused. King Nebuchadnezzar then had them thrown into a fiery furnace, but God delivered…

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