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Jesus Brings Us Peace

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Title: Jesus Brings Us Peace

Hey kids! Today we are going to learn about the peace that Jesus brings to our lives. Have you ever felt worried or scared? Maybe you were afraid of the dark or had a fight with a friend. It’s normal to feel that way sometimes, but we can find peace in Jesus.

Bible Story:
In the Bible, there is a story about Jesus calming a storm. Jesus and his disciples were on a boat when a big storm came. The wind was howling, and the waves were crashing into the boat. The disciples were scared, but Jesus was sleeping peacefully. When they woke him up, Jesus stood up and said, “Peace, be still!” And instantly, the storm stopped, and the sea became calm. Jesus showed his power over the storm and his ability to bring peace to any situation.

Just like Jesus calmed the storm in the Bible, he can bring peace to our lives too. When we are worried or scared, we can pray to Jesus and ask him to give us peace. We can also read the Bible and remember that Jesus is always with us, and he will never leave us. This can help us feel calm and peaceful, even when things around us are difficult.

Craft Activity:
Let’s make a calm down bottle to help us remember that Jesus is with us and can bring peace to any situation.

Materials: a plastic bottle, water, clear glue, glitter, and food coloring

1. Fill the bottle halfway with water.
2. Add a few drops of food coloring and swirl it around.
3. Squeeze in some clear glue and stir it all together.
4. Sprinkle in some glitter.
5. Fill the rest of the bottle with water and seal it tightly.
6. Shake the bottle and watch the glitter swirl around, just like how Jesus brings peace to our hearts.

Remember, Jesus brings us peace in any situation. Whenever we feel worried or scared, we can pray to Jesus and ask him for peace. Let’s hold onto the promise that Jesus is with us and will always bring calm to our hearts.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Peace Like a River” by WordHarmonic
2. “I’ve Got Peace Like a River” by Yancy
3. “My Peace I Give to You” by Dave and Jess Ray
4. “Jesus Loves Me” by Cedarmont Kids

Questions for Lesson

1. How does understanding that Jesus brings peace affect your relationship with God?
2. What are some ways that you can bring peace to others in your daily life?
3. How does having peace in your heart help you deal with difficult situations and emotions?
4. Can you name some Bible verses that talk about peace and how they have impacted your life?
5. What does John 14:27 teach about the peace that Jesus gives us?
6. How can you share the message of Jesus’ peace with others in your community and school?


– John 14:27
– Isaiah 9:6
– Philippians 4:7
– Romans 5:1
– Colossians 3:15
– Hebrews 12:14
– 2 Thessalonians 3:16
– Matthew 11:28-30
– Galatians 5:22-23
– Ephesians 2:14-18

Object Lesson

Illustration: “Jesus Brings Us Peace”

Props needed: A small toy boat, blue paper or cloth to represent water, a small figure of Jesus, and a picture of a storm.

How to present the illustration:

1. Begin by showing the children the small toy boat and the blue paper or cloth representing water. Explain to them that sometimes life can feel like being out on the water in a small boat, and it can be scary and overwhelming.

2. Next, show them a picture of a storm and explain that just like in a storm, there are times when we feel afraid, anxious, or upset.

3. Then, introduce the small figure of Jesus and explain that when we have Jesus in our lives, he brings us peace in the midst of the storms. Place the figure of Jesus in the boat and talk about how his presence can calm our fears and bring us comfort.

4. Ask the children to think of a time when they felt afraid or overwhelmed, and then invite them to take a moment to talk to Jesus about it, just like the disciples on the boat asked Jesus for help during the storm.

5. Conclude by emphasizing that Jesus brings us peace and that we can trust him to help us through the difficult times in our lives.

This illustration uses visual props to help young children understand the concept of Jesus bringing us peace in a simple and interactive way. It helps them to see how Jesus can bring calmness and comfort in the midst of life’s storms.

Craft Idea

Craft: Peace Rocks

– Smooth rocks (one for each child)
– Acrylic paint in various colors
– Paintbrushes
– Markers
– Stickers (optional)
– Mod Podge or clear sealant spray

1. Begin by talking to the children about the concept of peace and how Jesus brings us peace in our hearts and in our lives. Have a brief discussion about what peace means to them and how they can spread peace to others.

2. Each child should pick a smooth rock to serve as their “peace rock”. Have them think about a word or symbol that represents peace to them. It could be a dove, the word “peace,” a heart, or anything else that comes to mind.

3. Have the children use the acrylic paint and paintbrushes to decorate their rocks with their chosen word or symbol. Encourage them to be creative and use multiple colors to make their rocks stand out.

4. Once the paint has dried, the children can use markers to add additional details or small stickers to embellish their designs.

5. After the rocks are fully decorated and dry, apply a coat of Mod Podge or clear sealant spray to protect the designs and ensure they last.

6. During the craft, reinforce the lesson by reminding the children that their peace rocks can serve as a physical reminder of Jesus’ peace in their lives, and they can use them to spread peace to others by giving them as gifts or leaving them in places where others may find them.

7. Encourage the children to keep their peace rocks in a special place where they can see them daily and be reminded of the lesson on peace.

This craft will allow the children to express their creativity while reinforcing the lesson on peace and Jesus’ role in bringing peace into their lives.


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