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The Birth of Jesus

Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian

Title: The Birth of Jesus

Lesson Objective: To teach young children about the birth of Jesus Christ as portrayed in Revelation 12:5-6.

Good morning boys and girls! Today we are going to learn about the special birth of a very important person. Do you know who Jesus Christ is? Today we will learn about the amazing story of Jesus’ birth and how special it is.

Bible Verse: “She gave birth to a son, a male child, who will rule all the nations with an iron scepter. And her child was snatched up to God and to his throne. The woman fled into the wilderness to a place prepared for her by God, where she might be taken care of for 1,260 days.” (Revelation 12:5-6)

Once upon a time in a little town called Bethlehem, a special baby was born. His name was Jesus. He was a very important baby because he was the Son of God. His mother, Mary, and her husband Joseph traveled a long way to Bethlehem and when they arrived, there was no room for them in the inn. So, Jesus was born in a stable and laid in a manger – a feeding trough for animals. Can you imagine that? The King of Kings was born in a humble stable!

Jesus’ birth was a very special event. The Bible verse we read from Revelation tells us that Jesus would rule over all the nations. This means that Jesus was born to be the King of the whole world! Even though He was born in a humble stable, angels came to announce His birth and shepherds came to worship Him. Jesus’ birth was a very important part of God’s plan to save us from sin and give us eternal life.

Let’s draw a picture of the baby Jesus in a manger. You can use crayons or markers to make your picture colorful and beautiful. As you draw, think about how special and important Jesus is. You can also ask your parents to read the Christmas story from the Bible (Matthew 1:18-25, Luke 2:1-20) to understand more about Jesus’ birth.

Today we learned about the special birth of Jesus Christ. Let’s remember to be thankful for Jesus, who was born to be our King and Savior. Just like the shepherds who came to worship Him, let’s also praise Jesus for coming to earth and loving us so much! Amen.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Away in a Manger”
2. “Once in Royal David’s City”
3. “The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy”
4. “Come and Join the Celebration”

Questions for Lesson

1. What do you think “The Male Child Christ” symbolizes in Revelation 12:5-6?
2. How does the birth of Jesus bring hope and joy to the world?
3. Why is Jesus often referred to as the “Savior” in the Bible?
4. How does the story of the birth of Jesus inspire you to show kindness and love to others?
5. According to John 3:16, why did God send his only son into the world?
6. How can you apply the message of Revelation 12:5-6 to your own life as an Anglican Christian young person?


Isaiah 7:14
Matthew 1:18-25
Luke 2:1-20
John 1:14

Object Lesson

Illustration: The Birth of Jesus

Props needed:
– A baby doll wrapped in swaddling clothes
– A star-shaped prop
– A small manger or stable
– A picture of Mary and Joseph
– Children’s illustrated Bible or picture book
– A small toy sheep or lamb
– A small toy angel

How to present the illustration:
1. Begin by gathering the children around and showing them the props.
2. Show the children the picture of Mary and Joseph and ask them if they know the story of the birth of Jesus.
3. Use the children’s illustrated Bible or picture book to tell the story of Mary and Joseph traveling to Bethlehem, the shepherds in the fields, and the bright star in the sky.
4. Introduce the baby doll wrapped in swaddling clothes as baby Jesus and place it in the small manger or stable.
5. Point to the star-shaped prop and explain that when Jesus was born, a bright star appeared in the sky to guide the wise men to where Jesus was.
6. Show the children the toy sheep or lamb and explain that shepherds were the first people to hear about the birth of Jesus.
7. Lastly, show the children the toy angel and explain that angels appeared to announce the birth of Jesus and bring good news to the world.

By using these props and storytelling, you can convey the message of the birth of Jesus in a way that is engaging and understandable for young children, helping them to learn and remember the significance of this important event in Christian belief.

Craft Idea

Craft Idea: Baby Jesus Ornament

– Child-safe craft foam or felt
– Scissors
– Glue
– Felt markers or paint
– Yarn or ribbon

1. Begin by cutting out a small oval or circle shape from the craft foam or felt. This will serve as the base for the baby Jesus ornament.
2. Next, cut out a smaller oval or circle shape from a different color of craft foam or felt to represent the baby Jesus’ head.
3. Glue the smaller shape onto the larger shape to create the baby’s body.
4. Use felt markers or paint to add a face to the baby Jesus.
5. Cut small strips of yarn or ribbon to create a halo for baby Jesus. Glue the halo onto the top of the baby’s head.
6. Finally, poke a small hole at the top of the ornament and thread a piece of yarn or ribbon through it to create a loop for hanging.

While the children are making their baby Jesus ornaments, discuss the lesson on the birth of Jesus and read Revelation 12:5-6 to tie in the lesson on the male child Christ. Encourage the children to think about the significance of Jesus’ birth and its impact on the world.

Once the ornaments are completed, the children can take them home as a reminder of the lesson and as a symbol of Jesus’ birth.


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