Say the Point and Verse out loud together.
God wins. Evil loses.
Ephesians 6:13 NLT … put on every piece of God’s armor so you will be able to
resist the enemy in the time of evil. …
1. What does the armor of God give us the power to do? Resist and fight the enemy in the time of evil
1. Who is on God’s side in the spiritual war? Everyone who trusts and follows Jesus
2. If God already won, why does the evil side keep trying to fight against us? Evil wants to hurt God, but it can’t. So evil tries to hurt us because we matter to God.
3. In the video, Luke’s biggest battle was against fear. What do you think your biggest battle is? Being selfish, worry, not liking yourself, thinking you can’t do a good
enough job, can’t forgive, etc.
4. Why is the Bible is called the sword of the Spirit? Bible verses have the power of God’s truth in them. When you read Bible verses or say them, it cuts right through any evil attack.
1. What can you do each day to put on the armor of God? Pray, read the Bible, trust God’s truth, ignore lies, etc.
2. What can you do to fight feelings like worry, fear, selfishness, loneliness, or not liking yourself? Pray to God about it, read Bible verses that will help you, talk to a
friend who will remind you of God’s truth, etc.
Ask the children to share things they’d like to pray about. Write your prayer request so you can continue to pray for your family during the week. Pray together, give them a chance to lead the prayer if they want to. Not sure what to pray?
Pray this: Jesus, thank You for protecting us and fighting for us. Please remind us to wear Your armor every day. In Jesus’ name, amen!
1. Family Challenge sheet- see attached
2. Armor of God – You’ll Need To Do Activity supplement sheet. Say: God already won the war against evil, but we still need protection! That’s why He gave us His armor. Let’s play a game to find out how to use it!
1. Point out and name each piece of armor on the Armor of God activity supplement. Say: When it’s your turn, you get to act out clues to make us guess one of the pieces of armor. There’s just one catch — you can’t talk!
2. Choose one kid to start the game. Whisper the name of one piece of armor into their ear.
3. The kid silently acts out clues about the piece of armor.
4. The group guesses which piece of armor it is.
5. When the group guesses correctly, help kids share about times they might need that piece of armor. See back of activity supplement for ideas.
6. Repeat steps 2-5 as time allows, choosing a different kid each time.
3. Challenge sheet– see challenge page.