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Jesus Comes to Harvest

Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian

Title: Jesus Comes to Harvest

Today, we are going to learn about a special time when Jesus comes to harvest, just like a farmer gathering his crops. In the book of Revelation, Jesus is described as coming to the earth to gather those who believe in him and to bring them to be with him forever.

In Revelation 14:14-20, we read about a vision of Jesus as a great and powerful harvester. He is sitting on a white cloud, and he is wearing a golden crown. He holds a sharp sickle in his hand, ready to gather the harvest.

Just like a farmer separates the wheat from the chaff, Jesus will separate those who believe in him from those who do not. The wheat represents those who love and follow Jesus, and the chaff represents those who do not believe in him.

When Jesus comes to harvest, he will take those who belong to him to be with him in heaven. And those who do not belong to him will be judged for their unbelief.

As young children, it’s important for us to remember that Jesus is coming back one day, and we want to be ready for his harvest. We want to be like the wheat – loving Jesus and following him – so that we can be gathered into his kingdom.

Let’s pray and ask Jesus to help us be ready for his coming and to live our lives in a way that pleases him.

Dear Jesus, thank you for coming to gather your people to be with you forever. Help us to be ready for your harvest by loving and following you every day. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “This Little Light of Mine”
2. “Jesus Loves Me”
3. “I’ve Got the Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy (Down in My Heart)”
4. “All Things Bright and Beautiful”

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the imagery of Jesus coming to harvest in Rev 14:14-20 connect to the idea of sowing and reaping in everyday life?
2. What is the significance of the sharp sickle in the passage and how does it relate to Jesus’s role as a righteous judge?
3. How can we prepare ourselves for the harvest that is to come, both spiritually and practically?
4. In what ways do you think the image of the grapes being thrown into the winepress of God’s wrath reflects the consequences of sin?
5. What lessons can we learn from the imagery of the harvest to apply to our own lives and how we treat others?
6. Quiz Question: According to Rev 14:14-20, what will happen to those who do not belong to Jesus at the time of the harvest?


Matthew 9:37-38
Luke 10:2
John 4:35
Matthew 13:39
Matthew 13:30

Object Lesson

– A small toy or plastic statue of Jesus
– A small basket or bucket
– Paper cutouts of heads of wheat
– A small toy sickle or scissors

1. Begin by showing the children the small toy or plastic statue of Jesus and explaining that this represents Jesus coming to harvest the earth, just like in Revelation 14:14-20.
2. Place the basket or bucket in the middle of the table and explain that this represents the earth or the field that Jesus is coming to harvest.
3. Show the children the paper cutouts of the heads of wheat and explain that this represents the people in the world who believe in Jesus and are ready to be harvested.
4. Using the small toy sickle or scissors, demonstrate how Jesus will gather and separate the ripe wheat from the field and place it in the basket, just like how Jesus will separate the believers from the non-believers during the harvest.
5. Emphasize to the children that just like how the wheat needs to be ripe and ready for the harvest, we need to be ready and believe in Jesus to be part of His harvest.

This illustration can help young children understand the concept of Jesus coming to harvest the earth and the importance of being ready for His coming.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea: Jesus Comes to Harvest Paper Plate Craft

– Paper plates
– Colored construction paper
– Scissors
– Glue
– Markers or crayons
– Stapler

1. Start by reading Revelation 14:14-20 with the children and discussing the passage in terms of Jesus coming to harvest the earth.

2. Give each child a paper plate and have them color it with markers or crayons to represent the earth.

3. Cut out paper shapes to represent the different elements of the passage – a figure of Jesus sitting on a cloud, an angel with a sickle, and clusters of grapes.

4. Glue the paper shapes onto the paper plate to create a scene of Jesus coming to harvest the earth. Encourage the children to be creative with their placement of the shapes.

5. Staple a loop of string to the top of the paper plate so the children can hang their craft up at home.

6. As the children work on their crafts, continue to discuss the passage and its significance in the Christian faith.

This craft not only provides a fun and engaging activity for the children, but it also reinforces the lesson of Jesus coming to harvest the earth as outlined in Revelation 14:14-20.


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