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Gods Promises to His People

Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian

Title: God’s Promises to His People

Today we are going to learn about a chapter in the Bible called Revelation 7. This chapter is full of amazing promises that God has made to His people. We can learn a lot about how much God loves and cares for us from this chapter.

God’s Protection:
In Revelation 7, we learn about how God protects His people. He sends His angels to seal His people, keeping them safe from harm. This shows us that God is always looking out for us and keeping us safe, just like a loving parent.

God’s Love for All People:
Revelation 7 also tells us that God loves people from every nation, tribe, and language. This means that no matter who we are or where we come from, God loves us all equally. It’s important for us to remember that we are all special and loved by God.

God’s Promise of Comfort:
In this chapter, we see that God promises to wipe away every tear from our eyes. This means that when we are sad or hurting, God is there to comfort us. We can always turn to Him for help and find peace in His love.

Revelation 7 is full of amazing promises that God has made to His people. He promises to protect us, love us, and comfort us. We can trust in these promises and know that God will always take care of us. So, no matter what happens, we can find hope and strength in God’s love for us.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Our God Is a Great Big God” by Jo and Nigel Hemming
2. “Jesus Loves Me” by Anna Bartlett Warner
3. “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” traditional
4. “The Lord is My Shepherd” by Stuart Townend

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the promise of God’s protection and care in Revelation 7 make you feel?
2. What do you think it means to be sealed by God in Revelation 7?
3. How can you apply the message of Revelation 7 to your own life?
4. According to Revelation 7, who are the ones that will be saved?
5. What is the significance of the great multitude in Revelation 7?
6. What do you think it means to serve God day and night in His temple?


1. Genesis 12:2-3
2. Isaiah 41:10
3. Psalm 37:4-5
4. Romans 8:28
5. Jeremiah 29:11
6. Psalm 91:4-5
7. 2 Corinthians 1:20
8. Philippians 4:19
9. Deuteronomy 31:6
10. Joshua 1:9

Object Lesson

Props needed:
– Poster board with the words “God’s Promises” written on it
– Pictures of different promises from Revelation 7 such as “God will wipe away every tear,” “No more death or mourning or crying or pain,” and “They will never hunger or thirst”

How to present the illustration:
1. Begin by showing the poster board with the words “God’s Promises” written on it to the children.
2. Explain that a promise is something someone says they will do for sure. God makes promises to his people, and we can find some of those promises in the book of Revelation.
3. Show the pictures of the different promises from Revelation 7 and explain each one to the children. For example, when showing the picture that says “God will wipe away every tear,” explain that this means God will comfort us when we are sad and take away our tears.
4. After explaining each promise, ask the children to think about how these promises make them feel and how they can trust in God’s promises in their own lives.
5. Encourage the children to hold onto these promises and remember them when they are feeling scared, sad, or worried. Remind them that God will always keep his promises to his people.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea: Promises Banner

– Colored construction paper or cardstock
– Markers, crayons, or colored pencils
– Scissors
– Glue or tape
– Ribbon or string
– Hole punch
– Glitter, stickers, or other decorative materials (optional)

1. Begin by discussing the lesson on ‘Revelation 7’ and God’s promises to His people with the children. Talk about the promises that God has made and how He keeps His promises.

2. Give each child a piece of construction paper or cardstock. On the paper, have them write or draw a few of God’s promises that they have learned about in the lesson. Encourage them to be creative and use colorful markers, crayons, or colored pencils to decorate their promises.

3. Once the children have finished decorating their promises, help them cut out each promise into individual squares or rectangles.

4. Next, help the children arrange their promises in a banner format by gluing or taping them onto a piece of ribbon or string. Leave a little bit of space in between each promise.

5. If the children would like, they can add some extra decoration to their promises banner with glitter, stickers, or any other decorative materials.

6. Once the banner is complete, punch a hole in each end of the ribbon and tie a knot at each end to create a loop for hanging.

7. Hang the promises banners around the classroom or church as a reminder of God’s promises to His people.

This craft will help reinforce the lesson on ‘Revelation 7’ and allow the children to visually see and reflect on the promises that God has made to His people.


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