Bible story: The blind see and the mute speak
Creative activities based on the Bible story of The blind see and the mute speak
In Matthew 9:27-34, two blind men follow Jesus, calling out to him and pleading for mercy. When they catch up to him, he asks them if they believe that he is able to heal them. They respond affirmatively, and Jesus touches their eyes, saying, "According to your faith, let it be done to you." Immediately, their eyes are opened and they are able to see.
Jesus warns them not to tell anyone about what has happened, but they spread the news throughout the region. In another incident, a man who was unable to speak due to possession by a demon is brought to Jesus. He casts out the demon, and the man is able to speak again. This passage highlights Jesus' miraculous healing power and his compassion for those who suffer.
We have compiled a range of creative ideas and activities below that relate to this Bible story. These resources are designed to help you share this important message in an engaging and interactive way, whether you are a children's ministry leader, a Sunday school teacher, or a religious educator in a Christian primary school.
Our activities below are suitable for use in various settings such as church children's programs, children's ministry, catechism classes, children's services, Bible clubs, vacation Bible school, and Sunday school, and will help students understand the relevance of the Bible to their lives, and the importance of applying its teachings in practical ways.