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Class H – The woman with constant bleeding

Class H – The woman with constant bleeding

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Class H

Class H

Children Ministry

Mega Zoe Christian Church
Theme: The woman with constant bleeding.
I Objectives:
 For the children to learn that:
1st) It is impossible to please God without faith.
2nd) Our faith moves God’s hand.
3rd) As big as the problem is, the bigger the miracle that God will do.
II Biblical Lecture (The teacher must study to prepare the class)
 Mark 5:21-34
III Verse to remember:
 Psalms 34:15
IV Class Development. (Narrate as a story-tale)
 Jesus got into the boat again and went back to the other side of the lake, where a large crowd had gathered around Him on the shore. Then a leader of the local synagogue, whose name was Jairus, arrived. When he saw Jesus, he fell at His feet, pleading fervently with him. “My little daughter is dying; please come and lay your hands on her; heal her so she can live.” Then Jesus went with him, and all the people followed, crowding around Him. (Mark 5:21-24)
Jairus came to Jesus with a lot of faith; sometimes our trials take away our faith.
 But there was a very weak woman in the crowd, who had suffered for twelve years with constant bleeding. God had reserved her for this moment. She had suffered a great deal from many doctors, and over the years she had spent everything she had to pay them, but she had gotten worse. (Mark 5: 25-26)
 She could have stayed home, for she was very sick. But she had heard of Jesus’ fame:  “Jesus”.
 He is the only one who can solve your problems.
 The only thing this woman had left was her great faith.
 Sometimes when we are anguished, we go to bed; we want to bleed out of pain, but DON’T, because the devil would have a party. Shutting in is not the right thing we should do.
 This woman was completely destroyed and she would not for the world stayed at home; she had faith. “If I can just touch His robe, I will be healed.” It was her faith.  (Mark 5:27)
 With her weak body and a violent bleeding, she did not care of the crowd; her faith took her to touch Jesus. She was determined because she had heard the testimonies and miracles of our Teacher.
 All we talk must be of faith.
 If you talk bad about Jesus, those who hear you will not know the Teacher.  Be careful what you say.
 She came up behind Him through the crowd and touched Jesus’ robe. She interrupted His path. (Mark 5:27-28)
 Something happened, a silence; someone believed in me, Jesus thought.
 She had been healed completely; she could feel it in her body, when she touched His robe.
 Jesus realized at once that healing power had gone out of Him; virtue had gone out of Him. (Mark 5:30-31)
 Who touched my robe? Jesus asked.
 We must know to believe in Jesus, the prayer of a just had reached me.  Someone believed in me, said Jesus.
 When we touch Him, we believe Him; the answer comes from Him, He takes away the evil and fills the church with His glory.
 According to your faith, God will do.
 Faith causes great miracles, don’t awake anguished, have faith, and do not despair.
 Jesus is pleased with those who have faith and sustain on it.
 But the disciples hearing Jesus say: Who touched me? Thought that it didn’t make sense, everybody pressing around each other.
 It is impossible to touch Him with faith without Him noticing.
 Then the frightened woman, trembling at the realization of what had happened to her, came and fell at His feet and told Him what she had done. (visual H1) (The woman prostrated before Jesus) (Mark 5: 33)
 And Jesus said to her: “Daughter, your faith has made you well.” “Go in peace.”  (Mark 5:34)
 The salvation comes by believing in Him.
 This woman stressed herself and found out the greatest salvation.  She went out with faith, in peace and was free.
V Suggested Activity:
 Color a class drawing.
 Make an interactive dynamic, so the children will learn the biblical verse by heart.
Verses are taken from Holy Bible New Living Translation.

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