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Sermon Outline: The Book of John for Children.

I. Introduction

A. Begin by welcoming children and introducing the Book of John

B. Explain that the Book of John is a part of the New Testament, and it was written by John, one of Jesus' closest friends

C. Share the purpose of studying the Bible and how it can help us learn about Jesus and grow in our faith

II. Jesus is the Light of the World

A. Explain the concept of Jesus being the "Word" and God's message to us (John 1:1-5)

B. Introduce John the Baptist, and explain his role in preparing people for Jesus (John 1:6-8)

C. Share the story of Jesus turning water into wine, showing His power as the Son of God (John 2:1-11)

III. Jesus' Miracles and Teachings

A. Share the story of Jesus healing the official's son (John 4:46-54)

B. Explain the meaning of Jesus feeding the 5,000 people and His ability to provide for all our needs (John 6:1-15)

C. Share the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, demonstrating His power over death (John 11:1-44)

IV. Jesus' Love and Sacrifice

A. Describe Jesus washing the disciples' feet as an act of love and humility (John 13:1-17)

B. Explain the importance of Jesus' teaching on love and its connection to the greatest commandment (John 13:34-35)

C. Share the story of Jesus' arrest, crucifixion, and resurrection, demonstrating His love and sacrifice for our sins (John 18-20)

V. Believing in Jesus and Following Him

A. Discuss the importance of believing in Jesus and what it means to be a child of God (John 1:12-13)

B. Explain Jesus' promise of sending the Holy Spirit to guide and help us in our walk with Him (John 14:15-17)

C. Share the story of Jesus restoring Peter, encouraging children to continue following Jesus despite challenges or mistakes (John 21:15-19)

VI. Conclusion

A. Recap the main lessons learned from the Book of John: Jesus' miracles, teachings, love, and sacrifice

B. Encourage children to read and study the Book of John for themselves, with the help of their parents or guardians

C. Offer a prayer for the children, asking God to guide and strengthen their faith as they grow and learn more about Jesus.

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