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Moses & Burning Bush  


Did you know....

That God talked to Moses?

This story is called...


Moses artwork courtesy of Philip Martin @ http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/homepage.htm






Moses and the Burning Bush
An Israelite.  Image courtesy of ChristiansUnite.

Moses is angry.  Image courtesy of ChristiansUnite.Moses grew up as a royal prince of Egypt, but  he never forgot where he came from or that he was an Israelite.  Moses  saw how badly the Israelites were being treated by the Egyptians.  One day he saw an Egyptian beating an Israelite slave and cried for the slave-driver to stop!  But the man continued to beat the slave.  Moses became so angry that he struck and killed the Egyptian.


Pharaoh.  Image © Microsoft.

When the Pharaoh found out how Moses had taken the side of the slave and acted against the Egyptians, he sent his soldiers to kill Moses.  Moses ran away and fled into the desert to a place called Midian.  A kind priest offered him food and a place to stay.  Moses stayed and married the priest's daughter named Zipporah, and together they had a son.

Meanwhile, God heard the cries of the Israelites and saw how badly they were being treated.  He decided that he would save them from their bondage.

Moses sees the burning bush.  Image © Microsoft.One day, when Moses was out watching sheep he came to Sinai, the holy mountain where he saw a bush that was on fire.  He thought this was very strange--the bush was covered with flames, but it was not burning.  

Moses heard the voice of God coming from the burning bush.  God called to Moses and said, "Moses!  Moses!  

"Here I am", said Moses.  God heard the voice say that Moses should take off his sandals, for he was standing on holy ground and that it was God who was speaking to him. 

Moses was very afraid to look at God and he hid his face in his hands.

Moses is afraid.  Image courtesy of ChristiansUnite.

He was  God then said that Moses should go back to Egypt and tell the Pharaoh to set the Hebrews free so that they can return to Israel.  God said that He would be with him and help him and that Moses would lead the Israelites out of Egypt. 

Moses asked God, "Why would the Pharaoh listen to me?"  

Snake.  Image © Microsoft.In answer, God turned the stick that Moses had been carrying into a wriggling snake.  God then told Moses to pick it up and when Moses did so, the snake turned back into a stick again.  God said to Moses that if you perform this change in front of the Pharaoh as well as other wonders, the Pharaoh will pay attention to you.

Doing as God had told him, Moses went to Egypt to try to save the Israelites from slavery.

Moses & the burning bush image courtesy of Phillip Martin at http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/homepage.htm

Additional images courtesy of  Christians Unite @ www.christiansunite.com
and Microsoft Clips Online.



This month's

Moses.  Courtesy of AnimationLibrary.com

Burning Bush - Colour on line or print.

Burning Bush sliding puzzle - Slide pieces of the puzzle around to match the picture of Moses and the burning bush.
[Courtesy of
Memory Game - Can you remember the matching pictures?  Click on "New Game" to begin.
[Courtesy of  www.biblewordgames.com ]
Bridges - Simple to master, impossible to perform.  Appropriate for the older student or adult.  The object of the game is to create a red line which goes from one side of the board to the other before the computer completes a blue line from the top to the bottom.  
[Courtesy of  www.biblewordgames.com ]



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Sunday School Lessons

The good Samaritan sees the injured man.  Illustration compliments of © Henry Martin at www.sermons4kids.com Good Samaritan
From: www.christart.com Jonah And The Whale
Miriam watches over baby Moses. Courtesy of Phillip Martin @ http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/homepage.htm Moses In the Bullrushes 
Colour Baby Moses - Colour baby Moses on the river.  [Compliments of Crossroads Presbyterian Church Kids Colouring Page]

Baby Moses in the Basket - Colour baby Moses in the basket.  [Compliments of http://www.bible-printables.com]

Baby Moses is found by the Pharaoh's daughter
[Compliments of http://www.bible-printables.com]

Mary & Joseph going to Bethlehem.  Image courtesy of www.christiansunite.com Nativity Story

Christmas Activities

Christmas Simon - Repeat the pattern on the Christmas tree.  It will drive you crazy, but loads of fun!  [From www.lostjungle.com]

Christmas Stocking Memory Game - Find the matching stockings to reveal a Christmas greeting.  [From www.akidsheart.com]
Find the Difference - Find the difference in the pictures before the time runs out.  [From www.akidsheart.com]
Light Up The Christmas Tree - A VERY challenging game where you must connect the electrical wires to light up the Christmas tree.  [From www.akidsheart.com]
Noah sends out a dove - Compliments of www.christiansunite.com Noah's Ark
Fun sliding puzzle. [From www.ChristiansUnite.com]
Colour the Ark. [From www.ChristiansUnite.com]

Seasonal Fun Activities

Valentine's Day

9-piece Valentine Tile Swap Puzzle - Switch tiles to see the valentine picture.  [From www.akidsheart.com]

Valentine's Day Heart Break Game - Break the hearts before they reach the top of the play area. 
[From www.akidsheart.com]
Spot the Difference - Find the differences between the two pictures. [From www.akidsheart.com]


Build a Snowman - Catch snowflakes and make a snowman grow.  [From www.akidsheart.com]
Spot the difference - Can you find seven differences in this winter scene?  [From www.akidsheart.com]

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