Bible story: The splinter and the beam
Creative activities based on the Bible story of The splinter and the beam
The Parable of the Splinter and the Beam is a story told by Jesus in Matthew 7:3-5. In this parable, Jesus tells his disciples to first take the log out of their own eye before they try to remove the speck from their brother's eye. He uses this analogy to emphasize the importance of humility and self-reflection.
This parable challenges us to examine our own faults and shortcomings before we criticize others. It emphasizes the need to approach others with love and understanding, rather than judgment and condemnation. It also reminds us that we are all flawed and in need of grace and forgiveness.
We have gathered a collection of creative ideas and activities inspired by the Parable of the Splinter and the Beam. 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 resources 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 importance of humility, self-reflection, and approaching others with love and understanding.