The story of Jesus raising a girl from the dead is a great Sunday School lesson, it shows so much of Jesus’ compassion for the hurting.
Last week’s Bible lesson: Jesus heals a paralytic (notice the trend?)
What I learn from Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter
Actually, my big takeaway from this lesson comes from a side-note to the story. As Jesus is heading off a woman who has been sick for years reaches out and touches Jesus’ robe, and she’s healed.
Jesus turns around and asks who touched him. All the disciples look at Jesus like he’s CRAZY, completely and totally crazy. The woman comes forward and confesses to touching Jesus.
It’s like 4 verses, but it’s a big deal.
She trusts God that she will be healed. Her faith is so big she believes if she just touches Jesus’ robe she will be healed. That’s an amazing faith, one I wish I had. It’s a faith Jesus rewarded by healing her.
Jesus heals a bleeding woman obstacle course
It was very crowded around Jesus, and I’m sure this woman had to do a lot of bobbing and weaving to get to Jesus. What better way to simulate that than with an obstacle course?
So, the kids hopped, and climbed, and wove around objects to successfully reach Jesus and be healed. YEAH for healing! We may have repeated this a few times so everyone could make sure they were quite healed by Jesus. Then we put the chairs away much to their consternation.
Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter craft
This craft I got from Jesus without languages, I love her Bible crafts and her blog.
Our Bible craft would have worked better if I’d printed it on cardstock, but I did not, so our dioramas were a little floppy. The kids still enjoyed playing with it and making their own versions of the craft.
Batman’s even had a secret hide-out for her to stay in and weapons. Princess’ was very pink. Superman was not in a coloring mood, so his was rather scribble scrabble.
Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter resources
- Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter lesson and printable
- Jesus raises Jairus’ daughter lesson
- Jesus heals a bleeding woman foldable
Next week we get to see Jesus talking to the Samaritan woman at the well.
And check here for the rest of the Gospel Bible lessons
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Almost Unschoolers says
You found some great printables!
I know, that entire site is great if you’re looking for Bible stuff.
Natalie PlanetSmartyPants says
I was thinking as I was reading through the obstacle course activity that with your kiddos a healing lesson could easily turn into an ER trip lesson 😀 Those dioramas look really neat!
There were a few moments it certainly looked like it.
Though today was closer at dinner as Princess decided to balance on two chairs. I can’t seem to get through the kids’ heads it’s a horrible idea.
maryanne @ mama smiles says
Folding chairs + leaping had me thinking of ER visits, too. Glad you survived!
Those are really neat printables. We had the woman touching Jesus’s robe lesson in Sunday School two weeks ago, and the teacher then was focusing on the fact that it requires effort for Christ to heal people, but he never withholds that – it’s all about how much faith we have.
Ha! ~Brilliant…….as always!
Yvonne Francis says
Hi Tricia. Your links aren’t working. They did a couple of weeks ago when I found this one. I was wanting to print your pictures to tell the story – I can’t draw at all. I was hoping to use it for Friday afternoon! Thanks heaps.
I should have just sent you an email with the direct link just in case I don’t figure out why it’s doing this in time.
Yvonne Francis says
A direct link would be great. Thanks.
I love your stuff. I help with running a KidzClub on Friday afternoons at our church. I’ve put one of the other teachers onto your site too. I’m in Australia, so its early afternoon here!
Yvonne Francis says
Yep, all working now. Thanks.