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Bible Story Reference: Jeremiah 18:1-10, Romans 9:21.
Deuteronomy 31:6 (NIV)
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.”
Have you ever heard someone say that no two people are alike? It is true. Even identical twins are not exactly alike. They can point out all sorts of differences between the two of them. People are different not only in appearance, but they have different personalities, different likes and dislikes and each person has a unique purpose for their life
Today, our story is about Jeremiah, who learned a valuable lesson about people, and about God who created them.
Thank you, Lord, that I am special because You made me and that I have a special purpose in your kingdom.
Jeremiah and the clay pot
What You Need
Round corners of brown paper to resemble a jar.
Decorate and colour jar.
Place ‘jar’ in the middle of the green paper and trace it.
Remove jar and cut into four pieces and set them aside.
Fold the orange paper in half and staple two sides of the paper to form a pocket.
Tape pocket to BACK of the green paper.
Write “Jeremiah uses a clay pot to teach the people,” at the top of the green paper.
Write “…but they would not listen.” and “Jeremiah 19” at the bottom of the green paper.
After cutting the jar into pieces to symbolize Jeremiah breaking the jar, put the jar ‘puzzle’ back together again in the middle of the green paper.