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If the Savior Stood Beside Me-Intro Lesson-Script-Nalani

If the Savior Stood Beside Me-Intro Lesson-Script-Nalani

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If the Savior Stood Beside Me-Intro Lesson-Script
If the Savior Stood Beside Me-Intro Lesson-Script

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Published by: nbirdhouse on Apr 15, 2012
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Blindfold (you could use two children instead of one)
Script: explain or give the script to your teacher “actor”
Picture of Jesus (preferably a large, framed picture for impact)
Easel (optional)
Fabric, blanket or something to cover up the Picture of Jesus
iPod & Speakers with the song “If the Savior Stood Beside Me”, music & fluteversion only (optional)
Flip Chart: display the words in order to the first verse on the board up high withthe “?” covering them and the corresponding pictures displayed at the bottom ofthe board, not in order.
Leave space between the FC words to place the pictures that will be matched to them.
Question Mark Covers
Hand out of Jesus with a spot for the child to draw or adhere a picture ofthemselves to.
Magnets and/or Magnetic Sheet Protectors with the FC pages inserted
Select a child to come up front to help with the demonstration
The answers below that are listed for the child are only for reference to show how this object lessonshould flow. Have the child answer in his/her own words.
Child is standing in front of you.
YOU: Where am I?CHILD: The child will answer something like, “You are right there.”YOU: How do you know?CHILD: Because I can SEE you.
Place the blindfold over the child’s eyes and face him/her to the primary.You quietly move away to another part of the room a distance from the child.The teacher will now participate from where he/she is sitting. The teacher should also make sure the child doesn’t remove the blindfold or peek out.
TEACHER: Where is Sister your name ?CHILD: I don’t know.TEACHER: Why?CHILD: Because I can’t see her.YOU: (Call the child by name and ask) child’s name , where am I?CHILD: You are over there.YOU: How do you know?CHILD: Because I can
HEAR you.
Walk back up to the child and stand right next to him/her so the child can feel you and/or you could put your arm around the child.
TEACHER: Where is Sister your name ?CHILD: She is right next to me.TEACHER: How do you know?CHILD: Because I can
FEEL her next to me.Remove the blindfold from the child.YOU: —One time you knew where I was because you could SEE me.—Another time you couldn’t SEE me but you could HEAR me to know where I was.—And the time you couldn’t SEE or HEAR me, you knew where I was because youcould FEEL me beside you.Even though you did not know where I was, I KNEW where you were the whole time because you neverleft my sight.We have someone very special in our life that is always there for us. We may not always be able toSEE or HEAR or FEEL Him, but He is always there. Listen as I sing a song to find out who this is.

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