Now climb the hill.
(Arms climb up.)
Now down we go.
(Arms climb down.)
Keep running. Oh my! There’s a snake.
(Jump over it!)
Here’s another hill. Up we go. And back down. Keep running!
Finally Jesus came to a town in Samaria called Sychar. He was very thirsty, hungry and tired. So he sat down by a well, named Jacob’s Well, and his disciples went into town to buy some food.
Let’s have a seat and rest with Jesus.
When Jesus looked up he saw a Samaritan woman coming to the well to get some water in the middle of the day.
Do you see her?
Shield your eyes from the sun and look to the left. Now look to the right.
Jesus walked over to her and asked her for a drink.
Stand up and walk to the well. Cup your hands for a drink of water.
The Samaritan woman was surprised that Jesus spoke to her and said to him, ‘You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. You shouldn’t ask me for a drink because Jews and Samaritans hate each other.’
Have a seat now and listen closely to what Jesus said to the woman.
Jesus said to her, ‘If you knew who I was, you would ask me for living water.’
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Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve.
(For teachers of K-5th grade)
The following lessons are
included in "Choose This Day...":
Lesson One - The Choice: "Jesus"
Lesson Two - Choose New Life
Lesson Three - Repent and Believe
Lesson Four - Choosing God's Best
Lesson Five - Truth or Consequences
Lesson Six - Obey God
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Chap. 1 The Choice: Jesus
Jesus chose to come to earth to seek and to save those who are lost.
There are two pathways in life, the narrow,
less traveled way which
leads to life, and the wide pathway which leads to death. Choose the
Narrow Way. Choose Jesus.
Chap. 4 Choosing God's Best
Preparing for a special guest. Mary’s and Martha’s choice.
Good vs. better choices. Our priorities. Choose to listen to Jesus.
Chap. 5 Truth or Consequences
Choose to tell the truth. Choose to share your possessions.
Choose good over evil. Choose to conduct your life in a way pleasing