Bible Lessons F – Index
Fall Bible Lesson – Fruit of the Spirit Bible Lessons – Bible lessons for kids including opening activities, interactive lessons, Bible crafts, Bible verse review games, printable activity sheets, Bible coloring sheets, and Bible lesson review games. Use these lessons for children from kindergarten through fifth grade.
Don’t stop doing good because when the time is right, you will receive a reward if you don’t give up. So do good whenever you can, especially to other believers. You will reap what you sow.
Children learn that God gives us families to help us, protect us, and teach us. We can learn how to love like God wants us to love through our families.
This lesson teaches children what their heavenly father is like and encourages them to show their earthly fathers honor and appreciation.
Through Jacob’s example, children learn to feel gratitude to our Father in Heaven for His great love for us.
Don’t get involved in someone else’s fight, or you may be sorry. And don’t get others involved in your fights.
Children learn what it means to be a “fisher of men” and are given examples of how to “fish for men.”
In this lesson, children learn the difference between fishermen and “fishers of men.” They learn that Jesus has provided us with the right equipment to become good “fishers of men.”
Jesus is a lot like bread. We can’t live without it, and we can’t live without Jesus, who gives us eternal life.
In this lesson, children learn that feeding your soul with God’s words is much more important than feeding your body.
Children learn that the Bible is like a cookbook. The Bible gives us directions on how to live a good life, just like a recipe gives us directions on how to make good food.
Children learn from David and Jonathan how to be good friends. Good friends show their love for each other by giving. They can give them things, but they can also provide them with love, understanding, forgiveness, time, and kind words.
Children learn what it means to honor someone. They learn how to honor their friends; and that Jesus showed honor to us by giving us the most priceless gift of all, his life.
Ladybugs are helpful insects. People like to see them around because they know they can help save their plants from being destroyed by aphids. Jesus also helped many people. He was sent to save the world. We should follow Jesus’ and the ladybug’s example. We should be ladybug friends.
Children learn how they can let Jesus’ love shine through them by saying helpful, kind words and not saying mean or hurtful words. They learn how their words affect others, themselves, and their relationship with God.
Children learn that true friends are helpful, not harmful. We can use our mouths to hurt people just like mosquitoes do. Words can be even more hurtful than a mosquito bite.
The children learn that friends stick together in bad times and good times. Naomi realized that God hadn’t forgotten her at all. He had given her something even better than family, He had given her a friend.
Even though we live in a country that allows us great freedom, we are not truly free until we have accepted Jesus as our Savior. We are free when we choose to serve God and make him our master.
You don’t have to worry. You can be at peace knowing that God cares about you.