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April 23, 2023
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Bible Videos for Children
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This Road to Emmaus lesson plan focuses on the Gospel story of the Road to Emmaus, where Jesus revealed Himself to two disciples after His resurrection. The object of this lesson is to help youth understand the importance of recognizing Jesus in their daily lives and walking with Him as their Savior and friend. It…
Each week, on this page you will find a series of word games created by artificial intelligence using ChatGPT. Feel free to adapt and use these in your classroom or at home. All images have also been generated by A.I. technology and therefore may be freely used.
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In this anagram, all of the letters in the phrase “ON THE ROAD TO EMMAUS” are used to create new words and phrases that relate to the Gospel story of Luke 24:13-35.
“Road to Emmaus Treasure Hunt”
Objective: To learn about the story of Luke 24:13-35 in a fun and engaging way
- Hide small items, such as toy figures or pictures, around the room or designated area.
- Tell the children that these items represent important words or phrases related to the story of the Road to Emmaus.
- Give the children a list of the important words or phrases related to Luke 24:13-35, such as Jesus, the disciples, the road, the journey, the stranger, the Scriptures, the breaking of bread, etc.
- Instruct the children to search for the hidden items and match them to the words or phrases on the list.
- Once they find all the items, have a discussion with the children about the significance of each word or phrase in the story.
- As a group activity, have the children act out the story and/or create a poster or picture book to illustrate the story.
- Encourage the children to retell the story to their family or friends using the important words and phrases learned through the game.
Gospel Questions and Answers
Here are some questions and answers related to Luke 24:13-35:
- What was the destination of the two disciples who were walking to Emmaus?
- Who appeared to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus?
- Why didn’t the disciples recognize Jesus when He appeared to them on the road?
Answer: Their eyes were kept from recognizing Him.
- What did Jesus do when He sat down to eat with the disciples in Emmaus?
Answer: He took bread, blessed it, broke it, and gave it to them.
- Why were the disciples’ hearts burning within them as Jesus talked with them on the road?
Answer: Because they felt the Holy Spirit at work within them as He explained the Scriptures and their fulfillment in Him.
- What did the disciples do after they recognized Jesus?
Answer: They immediately returned to Jerusalem to tell the other disciples that Jesus had risen from the dead.
- What did the disciples say to one another as they walked on the road to Emmaus?
Answer: “Did not our hearts burn within us while He talked with us on the road, and while He opened the Scriptures to us?” (Luke 24:32)
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