Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day Gospel Presentation for Children

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Valentine’s Day is a great time to talk about Jesus’ love for our kids. This crayon rubbing activity will help you to present the gospel while sharing about God’s love.

Tonight at Awanas I used the Valentine gospel message off your website. I had 1 little girl go home and tell her mom that she wanted and needed Jesus! Another sister in Christ has been added and I have you to thank! Keep up the good work.” ~~ Stacy (FutureFlyingSaucers Reader)

Materials: CLICK HERE FOR THE PRINTABLE and cut the hearts, OR just use a plain white sheet of paper as the background; red, yellow, black, and white construction paper; tape; glue stick; red crayon with the paper taken off. {This lesson printable has been updated, so it looks different than these pictures…the new one looks better!}

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Valentine’s Day Bible Lesson:

(Put background up.)

This word says, “Jesus.” I wonder why God sent Jesus to earth?

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God loves us so much! In fact, He loved us before the foundation of the world! And He wants to walk with us. He wants a GREAT relationship with us.The Bible tells us that when we see Jesus, the we see the Father.

  • Can we see Jesus with our eyes? [No, but we can read about Him in the Bible. The Bible tells us about God through the words and actions of Jesus.]

(Glue on the red heart.)

But there is something wrong with our relationship with God.

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Where is God? (Heaven!)

The Yellow Heart reminds us of heaven and that’s where God wants us to eventually be. He desires to have a healed relationship with mankind. Yellow also helps us to remember that God is holy. He is perfect.

But there is a problem that has to be fixed.

(Put up yellow heart.)

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(Put Small Black Heart on the the paper.)

What is sin? (Anything that we think, say, or do that does not please God. And because of what Adam did in the garden, every person has a sin nature. We want to do things OUR way and not GOD’S way.)

Who sins? (Everyone)

What have you done that is sin? (have kids give examples)

The Bible tells us that “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” It also tells us that “the wages of sin is death.”

What is a wage? (something, such as money, that a person earns)

So that verse tells us that we, all sinners, EARN death because of our sin. And this sin brakes our relationship with God. This is the problem that must be fixed, but humanity can’t do it. There is nothing a person can do to make our sin go away. Our righteousness is as filthy rags. God is the One who must reach down to us.

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What is the rest of the “wages” verse? (For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.)

Yes! To fix the Sin Problem, God sent Jesus. And remember, He is like God. Jesus was born like you, only He was without sin. He grew up, lived His life, worked some miracles, preached some great sermons, and then He was accused of saying He was God. The Jews didn’t like hearing that. So they figured out how to get Jesus killed. Crucified. Jesus didn’t fight them. Jesus was nailed onto a cross on a hill called Calvary.

(Hold up the heart with the hole in it.)

There is a place in everyone’s heart that only Jesus can fill. Each person has a “Jesus-sized” hole in his heart. People try to fill this hole up with all sorts of things, such as money, jobs, people, family, drugs, alcohol, sports, or material items. But those things do not satisfy the hole in the heart. There is no peace.

(Glue the Black Heart with Hole onto the paper.)

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(Hold up the White Heart.)

[Do a brief testimony of your salvation experience!] This is my heart. I know that I know I have been “washed by the blood of the lamb!” And now my heart has been made clean and I can have a personal relationship with God.

{Point to the yellow heart.}

When I die I know I will be with God forever. How did I do that? The Bible says, “If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you WILL be saved!”

Saved from what? (Hell, eternal separation from God)

God wants you to have life. Eternal life with Him. Forever. Remember the yellow heart?

By telling Jesus that He is Lord, then you are saying to Him, “Jesus, my life is Yours. YOU are my Lord. You are my Master. I am going to learn about your commands and then I am going to obey them.”

Believing in Jesus means making a change in your behavior and living a life in His favor.

(Glue on the White Heart.)

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(Cover the hearts with a plain sheet of paper.)

God’s love covers all of our sins. Not just mine, but the sins of all humanity for all eternity. Jesus died once to save everyone.

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(Take the red crayon on its side and color the white sheet of paper. All the hearts turn red.)

Jesus’ death on the cross covers all sin and He changes our sin nature into His own righteousness!

If a person accepts and believes in Jesus, then God sees a heart that does not have a hole in it, but a heart filled with the red blood of Jesus. God does not remember the sin. He forgives the sin.

Now does this mean I never sin? No. I mess up all the time, but if I return to God, confess my sin, and try to not act on the sin again, then God is just and forgives.

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Allow the children the opportunity to accept Jesus as their Savior. Lead an “altar” call of sorts afterwards. You can use THIS GUIDE to help you.

There were 9 children saved and 2 rededications after I did this lesson! It was amazing!


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