Not your Ten Suggestions


Can’t remember all ten commandments ?  Jesus downsized this list to just two when quizzed by the lawyer in Matthew 22 as to which  one was the greatest .  Our Savior replied that loving the Lord God and your neighbor as yourself , sums up all the Law and the Prophets. There was quite a bit of activity on the mountain of God that you can read in Exodus 19-20. We know that Moses was on the mountain for 40 days and nights receiving God’s ordained laws and plans for the tabernacle . This meeting was interrupted by the serious sinning going on down in the camp. Thanks to Moses’ intercession, the people were not  smoked on the spot !  The next lesson we will find out more about our Gracious and Longsuffering God. One technique that I use is the “Jacob’s ladder” . They will make your people tremble, and I use them on many project, especially where  I want to show fear… I just did not know how to explain it…but  for a demonstration go to “You – Tube” and check out “how to make a Jacob’s Ladder” uploaded by rostichery.  You will also need to  need to make a template for Mt. Sinai.

2 thoughts on “Not your Ten Suggestions

  1. This is my first time reading through your blog and I love it! Sunday school for 5 & 6 year olds can at times be a little difficult to keep interesting. You have done a wonderful job and I love your illustrations! Thanks so much!

    • Thanks Karen…I hope you don’t mind all the prep work…your age group will require you to pre-cut the more intricate figures, and several lessons will need some cutting with an x-acto blade, which you will want to do ahead of time. But if you do a few a night, and separate your “set-ups’ with baggies, that should keep you pretty organized.The LORD bLESS you for serving His kids, Bibleauntie

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