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Chains of Sin Bible Object Lesson – Script by The Scripture Lady

The “Chains of Sin” Bible object lesson will creatively teach how God desires to break the chains of sin in our lives.

The “Chains of Sin” Bible object lesson has become one of my favorite ways to share the truth that we become slaves to our sin.

Take a look at this sample video showing this fun object lesson:

 

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The Bible says in John 8:34:  Jesus answered them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin.”

But what is sin?



Sin is anything you think, say, or do that displeases God. Our sin is what separates us from having a relationship with God. None of is immune to the wages of sin. According to Romans 3:23, “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” And Romans 6:23 says, “for the wages of sin is death.

Question: How can you get rid of your sin?

Answer: YOU can’t.

The Bible is very clear. The ONLY way you can get rid of your sin is by believing on the Lord Jesus Christ. (Acts 16:31)

What is it you need to believe about Jesus?

  1. You need to believe that Jesus Christ is God’s one and only Son.
  2. You need to believe that God gave Jesus to give His life upon the cross for the forgiveness of your sin.
  3. You need to believe that the blood Jesus shed on the cross cleanses you from all your sin.
  4. When you believe this, you will be saved from the eternal punishment of death your sin deserves.

Hallelujah! for the complete work Jesus did on the cross for you and me to set us free from the chains of sin in our life!




I believe with all my heart, that we must share this truth and good news with our children. Your children were born into sin. At a very early age, they show that they are sinners and we must carefully and appropriately lead them to the knowledge of God’s saving grace through His Son Jesus.

The “Chains of Sin” Bible object lesson is a great way to share this truth with children of all ages.

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  • My students need to have hands on lessons or they aren’t interested! I ALWAYS do lessons with objects. If I doing a lesson that doesn’t have objects, I will create it. So it’s always good to have pre-written object lessons.

  • I like that you let the children and myself know that you cannot get rid of sin – only Jesus can. I think that you present a lesson that can be difficult even for adults in a simple way that offers a way out of sin. 🙂

  • Reason I love object lessons is because not only I use it for the children but for our senior citizens and adults to our Hispanics congregation. And it helps for the gospel of Jesus be understood much better. Thank you,
    Jennie Ramos

  • Would love to see you live and in person some day! This is an fun, excellent, and effective object lesson for kids. One tip, when speaking of Jesus taking away “our sin.” My husband likes to emphasize that he died for the “punishment of sin” and He will “forgive our sin.” Children tend to think that once they ask God to save them they will no longer sin (because we tell them that God will “take away our sin.” My husband likes to clarify that there are three parts to our sin: The punishment which Jesus took on the cross, the guilt (what we feel when we sin and we can confess and God will forgive); and the consequences (God doesn’t always take away the consequences but He helps us through them.)

  • Object lessons are a way for the children to participate and gives them something to see and helps them to remember the lesson. I use them all the time.

  • I love object lessons because it keeps the children engaged & paying attention & hopefully learning. I would add Acts 2:38- repent & be baptized for forgiveness of sins. (Couldn’t see the video because I am out of the country now)

  • This seems like a great way to entertain the children while they are actually learning a Bible truth. Most kids would be fascinated while watching.

  • I LOVE object lessons because the visuals used keep the children entertained and help them better remember the Bible Lesson or Biblical principle you are trying to get across!

  • This is a lovely object lesson. Thank you for sharing this. I like object lessons because are practical, a simple way to share biblical truths.

  • The chains of sin is one of my all-time favorite visual methods of sharing the Gospel. The colors of the chains lend themselves to the concepts of relationship, rebellion, redemption and restoration! The loops “coming apart” give a great climax to the presentation.

  • I love your thoroughness! It makes me want to join your children’s class! My husband is a pastor and we have anywhere from 0-4 kids, which makes it hard to plan.

  • Hands on n lesson reaches out to children in a higher level than just words alone. Hands on lessons grasp their minds and connects the purpose of what you want them to learn

  • I love object lessons because it gets the children more involved. They’re so fun to teach also. I’m a visual person myself and I learned more visually so I just assumed the children do to.

  • I like object lessons because the kids remember the lesson when I use object lesson. They refer back to it

  • Thank you for making this available what an excellent way to teach children about sin and if they don’t have to hold onto it that they can be washed clean of it.

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