This Bible object lesson for Romans 10:15 will get your kids thinking about how beautiful their feet can be when they share the Good News of Jesus Christ with all they meet.
My Bible object lesson for Romans 10:15 called “Beautiful Feet” is a really fun way to remind your kids about the importance of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with their friends and family.
Take a look at this sample video of “Beautiful Feet”:
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“Beautiful Feet” is based on the wonderful Bible verse of Romans 10:15, which says: “…How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!”
This verse is a great reminder to us all to be thankful for the person or people in our lives who took the time to share the good news of Jesus Christ with us. Their feet should be pretty beautiful to us. Because they took the time to “walk our way” we are blessed with the gospel of peace and glad tidings.
This Bible object lesson for Romans 10:15 is actually a special kind of object lesson that I call a “Bible Object Pull.” “What is a ‘Bible Object Pull?’ you may ask.
A Bible Object Pull is a type of object lesson that uses several objects to share a biblical message. The objects are placed in a bag where they are concealed. As the message is given, the objects are “pulled” out of the bag as a visual reminder of the lesson they are learning.
Through the use of fun, engaging objects along with a biblical message, your children will engage in God’s Word, the Bible, in a fun and creative way.
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