Bible stories about self control

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bible stories about self control

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Control Your Anger Kids Stories - Short Moral Stories For Kids - Cartoon Stories For Kids

We must control ourselves.
Brett Stewart

7. Self-Control (Galatians 5:23)

If you've been wondering how to begin developing your child's character, or if your past efforts haven't been as successful as you'd hoped, we're excited that you're checking out Kids of Integrity. Suitable for ages three to ten, Kids of Integrity is designed for maximum kid appeal! Each lesson features Bible-based discussions plus crafts, games and object lessons from science, nature and even home cooking. As you may already suspect, this is not a "once-a-day-around-the-table" approach to building godly character. Kids of Integrity is a diverse selection of ideas for kid-captivating experiences that can take place in the car, in the park or wherever you happen to be. The goal is to bring Jesus into every aspect of your family's life and make spiritual formation an integral part of your children's daily routine. Families particularly appreciate Kids of Integrity's inherent flexibility.

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Objectives: To define self-control and lack thereof. To identify tools that the students can use to build self-control. To develop students who display self-control in their personal lives. Optional Coloring Page : You can download our free self-control coloring page to use along with this lesson plan. It pictures a young boy throwing a temper tantrum while shopping with his mom.

The following is a couple of Bible stories re-told in vernacular language. Many stories can be read straight out of the Bible and I often do just that. So consider this a free resource to use as a primer with your children, youth group, grandchildren or any other situation where you would like to discuss self-control. The story ends with a cliff hanger in hopes that the group will read the Bible for themselves or set you up for the next story time! TIP 1- I always incorporate the clear gospel message of Jesus Christ and leave you to seek the Spirit on how to do that here. TIP 3- Read this several times out loud before presenting this to your group.


  1. Dixie D. says:

    Mischa Elman, one of the greatest violinists of the twentieth century, was walking through the streets of New York City one afternoon when a tourist approached him.

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