Experiment - OT: Abram (7) sends Hagar and Ishmael away - I spy with my little eye...
An exciting experiment on how Hagar's eyes were opened in the desert to see a well and save her and her son
All you need for this experiment are two pieces of paper, tape, and a black marker. We'll guide you through the steps to create an optical illusion that represents Hagar's sudden clarity. As you participate, consider questions such as why Hagar was initially unable to see the well and whether you have ever experienced a similar moment of sudden clarity in a difficult situation.
This activity is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on the Bible story in Genesis 21: 1-21 on the birth of Isaac and the banishment of Hagar and Ishmael.
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