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Embracing the Role of Gentiles and Jews in Gods Salvation Story

Possible Viewpont: Evangelical Christian

Title: Embracing the Role of Gentiles and Jews in God’s Salvation Story


Hello, boys and girls! Today, we are going to learn about the special roles that Gentiles and Jews play in God’s amazing plan for salvation.

First, let’s talk about Gentiles. Who are Gentiles? Well, Gentiles are people who are not Jewish. That means most of us, as Christians, are Gentiles! Isn’t that exciting? Even though we are not from the Jewish people, God loves us and has included us in His plan for salvation.

Now, let’s talk about Jews. Jews are a special group of people chosen by God to be His special messengers to the world. They have a unique and important role in God’s plan, just like Gentiles do. It’s important for us to understand and respect the Jewish people and their special place in God’s love for all people.

In the Bible, the apostle Paul wrote about the relationship between Gentiles and Jews. He explained that through Jesus, God has brought Gentiles and Jews together as one family. We are all part of God’s big, loving family, and He wants us to love and support one another.

So, what does this mean for us? It means that we should embrace our unique roles as Gentiles and Jews in God’s salvation story. We should celebrate and honor each other’s differences, knowing that we are all loved and valued by God.

Let’s pray and thank God for including both Gentiles and Jews in His amazing plan for salvation. And let’s ask God to help us appreciate and love one another, just as He loves each of us.

Dear God, thank you for including both Gentiles and Jews in Your plan for salvation. Help us to embrace and celebrate our unique roles and to love and support one another. In Jesus’ name, amen.

Remember, boys and girls, we are all part of God’s wonderful story of love and salvation. Let’s cherish and honor each other, just as God cherishes and honors all of us. Amen!

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “God’s Not Dead (Like a Lion)” by Newsboys
2. “This Little Light of Mine” by Addison Road
3. “I Am a Promise” by The Cedarmont Kids
4. “We Believe” by Newsboys

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the inclusion of Gentiles in God’s salvation story impact your understanding of Jesus’ mission?
2. What does it mean to embrace the roles of Gentiles and Jews in God’s plan for salvation?
3. In what ways does the concept of Gentiles versus Jews challenge your perspective on the gospel?
4. What does the Bible teach us about the unity and diversity of God’s people, regardless of ethnicity?
5. How does the message of salvation through Christ apply to both Gentiles and Jews?
6. A quiz question: According to Romans 10:12, who is the Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on Him? (A) Jews (B) Gentiles (C) Both Jews and Gentiles


Romans 3:29-30
Romans 10:12-13
Galatians 3:28
Ephesians 2:11-22
Acts 13:47
Acts 15:7-11

Object Lesson

Title: Embracing the Role of Gentiles and Jews in God’s Salvation Story

1. A picture of a diverse group of people representing Gentiles and Jews (can be printed or drawn)
2. A large puzzle with two pieces labeled ‘Gentiles’ and ‘Jews’
3. A map of the world with different countries and continents labeled
4. A Bible

1. Begin by showing the picture of the diverse group of people and explain to the children that in God’s salvation story, there are different kinds of people, just like in the picture.

2. Next, bring out the large puzzle with two pieces labeled ‘Gentiles’ and ‘Jews’. Explain to the children that God’s plan includes both Gentiles and Jews, and that they each have an important role to play in His story.

3. Then, show the map of the world and point out different countries and continents. Explain to the children that Gentiles and Jews come from all over the world, and that God’s love and salvation is for everyone, no matter where they come from.

4. Finally, bring out the Bible and read a passage that talks about God’s love for all people, and how Gentiles and Jews are both part of His plan for salvation.

Encourage the children to embrace the diversity of God’s people and to recognize the important role that Gentiles and Jews play in His salvation story. Remind them that God’s love is for everyone, and that they are all part of His big, beautiful plan.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea: Unity Bracelets

– Beads in various colors (blue, white, and gold for Jewish colors; green, yellow, and red for Gentile colors)
– Stretchy jewelry cord
– Scissors

1. Begin by discussing the lesson on Gentiles versus Jews and the role of both in God’s salvation story with the children. Emphasize the importance of unity and coming together as one in Christ.

2. Explain to the children that they will be making Unity Bracelets to symbolize the coming together of Gentiles and Jews in God’s salvation story.

3. Give each child a piece of stretchy jewelry cord and demonstrate how to tie a knot at one end to prevent the beads from falling off.

4. Instruct the children to choose beads in the colors representing Gentiles and Jews and string them onto the cord in an alternating pattern, creating a colorful and unified bracelet.

5. Once the children have finished stringing their beads, help them tie a knot at the end of the cord to secure the beads in place.

6. Encourage the children to wear their Unity Bracelets as a reminder of the lesson on embracing the role of Gentiles and Jews in God’s salvation story and the importance of unity in Christ.

This craft will not only help reinforce the lesson but also provide the children with a tangible reminder of the importance of unity in the faith.


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