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Scripture Lady’s Free Scripture Pictures – Rebus Bible Verses for Kids

Welcome to Scripture Lady’s Free Rebus Bible Verses for Kids

It’s Scripture Lady’s Scripture Picture time.

It’s Scripture Lady’s Scripture Picture time.

We’ll show a Scripture with a picture

We’ll have lots of fun!

It’s Scripture Lady’s Scripture Picture time.

This is a little song I created to sing with my kids when we would bring out our rebus Bible verses. What is a Scripture picture? A Scripture picture uses the age old puzzle form of rebus. We take a Bible verse and break each word up into pictures. For example, the word “the” can be illustrated with a picture of a thumb minus the letters “MB.” The word “of” can be shown as a picture of a shirtsleeve cuff minus the letter “C.” And the word “law” can be presented by a picture of a bear claw minus the letter “C.”

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Rebus Bible Verse for Nehemiah 8:10


Rebus Bible Verse for Psalm 119:11 Page One


Rebus Bible Verse for Psalm 119:11 Page Two


Rebus Bible Verse for Romans 3:23


Rebus Bible Verse for 1 John 4:19

Rebus Bible verses are a load of fun to create. I bet your children would like to try their hands at them as well.

What are some activities you can do with your rebus Bible verses?

1.  Divide your class into 2 teams. Give each the same Scripture Picture. On the word “Go!”, each team tries to be the first to decipher the Bible verse.

2.  Play the old TV version of “Concentration.” Cover up the Scripture Picture with  numbered Post-It notes. Divide your class into 2 teams. Give each a chance to pick a number. Reveal what is under the number and give them 30 seconds to guess what the Bible verse is. Continue revealing portions of the picture until a team figures out the puzzle.

3.  Introduce your Bible memory verse using a Scripture Picture.

4.  Give your kids a Scripture reference and see if they can create their own Scripture Picture for it. You can even create your own Scripture Picture dictionary where you keep track of all the rebus words you use in verses for reference.

5.  Create wall posters from them and hang them up in your room.

Check back often for the addition of new pictures.


“All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”

Romans 3:23

(Click here for a sample of this Bible verse song.)


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