There are no black sheep in God's flock - an idea for creative prayer
Sometimes we feel like the black sheep. We can make ourselves believe we don’t belong with all the negative words that we say about ourselves.
Which side of the sheep do you believe? Turn it that way up. Or maybe if you believe the negative things but want God’s help to believe the truth, leave the black sheep with the positive statements showing, as a prayer.
A creative prayer idea in which we're going to dwell on the beautiful words that the Lord says about us.
This idea is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on Psalm 23 and the Bible passage in John 10: 11-18 on Jesus being the Good Shepherd.
This creative activity will help the children in your Sunday school lesson, youth ministry, Bible lesson, VBS, kidmin, children’s church or children’s ministry to reflect on this powerful Bible passage.
Jesus is the Good Shepherd, the church as a flock, self-image, self-judgement,trusting in the promises of God
What you'll need:
- a big black sheep made out of cardboard with positive and negative words