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  1. I have one for older kids. We are studying Proverbs. Proverbs 4 talks about the path of the wicked and the path of the just. Game: Blow up 50 balloons and use a sharpie to write phrases on them. I did about 30 with “good” things like “read your Bible,” “pray,” be kind,” and about 20 with bad things like “tell lies,” “do drugs,” “disobey parents.” Put kinds into two teams on either side of a line. Release the balloons a few at a time. Kids grab up balloons. They hold them in their hands if they are good, and they bat them to the other side if they are bad. After all balloons are out, give them another minute or two to scramble around and call time at the end of a 10 count. Count up the good balloons in their hands (the ones on the floor don’t count). Then subtract the number of bad ones on the floor. The team with the highest score wins. Lesson: It’s not enough to KNOW right from wrong. You have to choose to do good (hold fast to what is good 1 Thess 5:21) and reject evil (James 4:7).Because the paths of the wicked and the just are traveled one decision at a time.

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