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The 6th Trumpet: The Angels of Judgment

Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian

Title: The 6th Trumpet: The Angels of Judgment

Good morning, children! Today we are going to learn about an important event in the Bible called the 6th Trumpet. This is a story about angels and judgment, so let’s get ready to learn and have fun together!

Opening Prayer
Dear God, thank you for this time to learn about your word. Please help us to understand the lesson and apply it to our lives. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Story Time: The 6th Trumpet Sounds
Once upon a time, in the book of Revelation in the Bible, God’s word tells us about the 6th Trumpet sounding. When the trumpet sounded, angels were released to bring judgment on the earth. These angels were very powerful and their job was to punish people for their sins. They brought all kinds of bad things like war, disease, and scary creatures. But the good news is that even in the midst of all this, God’s people were protected and kept safe by His love.

– What do you think it means to be judged by God?
– Why do you think God sent angels to bring judgment?
– How do you think God’s people felt knowing they were safe in God’s hands?

Let’s Remember
God is loving and just. He punishes sin, but He also protects and cares for His people.

Closing Prayer
Dear God, thank you for this lesson about the 6th Trumpet and the angels of judgment. Help us to always trust in your love and protection. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Craft Time
Let’s make angel crafts to remind ourselves of the angels in the story and God’s love and protection.

Sing a song about God’s love and protection, such as “Jesus Loves Me” or “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.”

Thank you for joining our lesson today! Remember, God loves you and will always protect you. Have a blessed day!

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands”
2. “All Things Bright and Beautiful”
3. “Lord of the Dance”
4. “This Little Light of Mine”

Questions for Lesson

1. How does The 6th Trumpet Sounds impact the world today?
2. What is the significance of the angels of judgment in the Bible?
3. How can you apply the lessons from The 6th Trumpet Sounds in your daily life?
4. What are some examples of judgment in the Bible and how do they relate to The 6th Trumpet Sounds?
5. According to the lesson, what is the purpose of The 6th Trumpet Sounds in the book of Revelation?
6. How does The 6th Trumpet Sounds relate to the Anglican Christian faith and teachings?


1. Revelation 9:13-21
2. Revelation 14:6-7
3. Revelation 15:1-4
4. Revelation 16:1-21

Object Lesson

Title: The 6th Trumpet: The Angels of Judgment

Props Needed:
1. Toy trumpet
2. Small toy angels
3. Small plastic or rubber insects (such as grasshoppers or locusts)
4. A picture or drawing of the scene from Revelation 9:13-21

To teach young children about the 6th Trumpet and the Angels of Judgment, you can use props to create a visual representation of the biblical story.

Start by showing the children a small toy trumpet and explaining that in the Bible, trumpets were used to announce important events. Explain that when the 6th trumpet sounds, it signals a time of judgment.

Then, show the children the small toy angels and explain that in the story from Revelation, the angels are sent to bring judgment on the earth.

Next, introduce the small plastic or rubber insects, such as grasshoppers or locusts, and explain that in the Bible, these are used to represent a swarm of creatures that bring trouble and destruction.

Finally, show the children a picture or drawing of the scene from Revelation 9:13-21, depicting the angels and the insects bringing judgment on the earth.

As you present each prop, explain how it relates to the biblical story and encourage the children to ask questions and engage with the lesson. This hands-on illustration will help young children visualize the story of the 6th trumpet and the angels of judgment in a way that is memorable and engaging.

Craft Idea

Craft: Making Angel Ornaments

– Popsicle sticks
– White paint
– Glitter
– Glue
– Markers or paint pens
– String or ribbon
– Scissors

1. Begin by painting the popsicle sticks white and allowing them to dry completely.
2. Once dry, apply a thin layer of glue to the sticks and sprinkle glitter on top for a sparkling effect. Let the glitter dry and set.
3. Next, use markers or paint pens to draw on angel faces, wings, and clothing on the popsicle sticks. Feel free to get creative and add unique details to each angel.
4. Cut a piece of string or ribbon and tie it into a loop at the top of the popsicle stick, creating a hanger for the ornament.
5. Hang the angel ornaments on a Christmas tree, as a decoration in a room, or to give as gifts to friends and family.

During the craft time, talk to the children about the lesson on the 6th Trumpet and the Angels of Judgment. Discuss the role of angels in delivering God’s messages and carrying out His judgments. Encourage the children to think about how the angels fulfill their duties with obedience and reverence to God. This craft can serve as a reminder of the angels’ role in God’s divine plan and the importance of being faithful and obedient to His will.


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