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Gods Warning Against Idol Worship

Possible Viewpont: Evangelical Christian

Title: God’s Warning Against Idol Worship

Hey there, kids! Today we’re going to talk about a very important warning from God about idol worship. In Revelation 9:20-21, we learn that even when people see the truth about God and the consequences of their sin, some still refuse to stop worshiping idols.

First, let’s talk about what idols are. Idols are things that people worship instead of God. They could be statues, money, video games, or anything else that we put before God in our hearts. God created us to love Him and put Him first in our lives, but when we worship idols, we’re breaking God’s commandments and hurting our relationship with Him.

In these verses, God is warning us about the danger of idol worship. He says that even when people see the disasters and trouble that come from sin, some still refuse to turn away from idols. God wants us to know that idol worship leads to darkness and pain, and He doesn’t want that for us.

So, what can we do to follow God’s warning against idol worship? We can ask God to help us see if there’s anything in our lives that we’re putting before Him. We can also pray and ask for His strength to turn away from idols and focus on loving and serving Him with all our hearts.

Let’s remember that God loves us so much and wants the best for us. When we trust and obey Him, we can avoid the dangers of idol worship and live in the light and joy of His love.

Let’s pray: Heavenly Father, thank You for warning us about the dangers of idol worship. Help us to always put You first in our hearts and turn away from anything that comes between us and You. In Jesus’ name, amen.

Remember, kids, God’s warning against idol worship is for our good! Let’s keep loving and serving Him with all our hearts.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Trading My Sorrows” by Darrell Evans
2. “Jesus Loves Me” by Chris Tomlin
3. “My God is So Big” by Veggie Tales
4. “This Little Light of Mine” by Addison Road

Questions for Lesson

1. How does idol worship go against God’s commandments in the Bible?
2. Why does God warn against idol worship in Revelation 9:20-21?
3. How can we avoid falling into the trap of idol worship in our daily lives?
4. In what ways can we show our love and devotion to God instead of idols?
5. What are some examples of modern-day idols that people may worship without realizing it?
6. Quiz: According to Revelation 9:20-21, what are the consequences of refusing to repent and turn away from idol worship?


Exodus 20:3-5
Deuteronomy 5:7-9
1 Corinthians 10:14
1 John 5:21
Matthew 4:10

Object Lesson

Illustration: “God’s Warning Against Idol Worship”

Props needed:
– Small plastic figurines or toy animals
– A larger, appealing toy or object (such as a new toy car or doll)

1. Begin by showing the children the small plastic figurines or toy animals and ask them if they have any toys like these at home.
2. Explain that sometimes people can start to love and care about their toys so much that they forget about God and begin to worship their toys instead.
3. Show them the larger, appealing toy or object and ask if they would like to have it.
4. Explain to them that sometimes people can become so focused on wanting nice things that they forget about God and begin to care more about their stuff than about God.
5. Read Revelation 9:20-21 from the Bible to them, explaining that it warns against worshiping anything other than God.
6. Encourage the children to remember that God wants to be first in their lives, and that they should not let anything – toys, objects, or even people – take God’s place as the most important in their hearts.

Craft Idea

Craft: DIY Popsicle Stick Cross

– Popsicle sticks
– Hot glue gun and glue sticks
– Acrylic paint
– Paintbrushes
– String or ribbon
– Markers or stickers (optional)

1. Begin by laying out 3 popsicle sticks in the shape of a cross. Use the hot glue gun to attach the sticks together at the corners.
2. Once the glue has dried, use the acrylic paint and paintbrushes to paint the cross in the color of your choice. Encourage the children to think about the lesson on idol worship as they paint, and discuss the importance of focusing on God instead of material things.
3. After the paint has dried, add any additional decorations to the cross such as stickers or markers to further personalize their creation.
4. Finally, tie a piece of string or ribbon around the top of the cross to create a hanging loop.
5. Once the craft is complete, take a moment to reflect on the lesson in Revelation 9:20-21 and discuss how creating the cross can serve as a reminder to keep our focus on God.

This craft offers a hands-on activity that ties in with the lesson of idol worship, allowing children to create a physical reminder of God’s warning against putting anything above Him. It also serves as a fun and creative way for kids to engage with the Bible story and apply its message to their daily lives.


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