Purpose: Use this Adam and Eve Sunday children’s sermon to reveal to kids the awesome power of our loving God.
Scripture: Psalm 139:13
Ask students, If you wanted to make a person, how would you do it?
Can you make a person? A real person?
When God wanted to make a person, He took some dirt (pick dirt up in your hand), He made it into the shape of a man, and then He blew into the dirt man’s nose (blow on the dirt – gently!), and the dirt man became a real man and came to life!
God is so powerful that He was able to make a real person out of dirt!
And the Bible tells us that God made each one of us too. God didn’t make us out of dirt. He made us when we were inside our mothers’ wombs.
(Read Psalm 139:13 , quoted here in the NIV.) “For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother’s womb.”
God made us when we were inside our mothers. And do you know why God made that man out of dirt, and why God made us in our mothers?
God made the first man and He made us because He loves us.
God made you – God gave you life – because He loves you, and that is a good feeling, isn’t it?
Father God, You are so powerful. You made a man out of dirt! And You made each one of us because You love us, and we thank You for that, God. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.
You can also find this children’s sermon for Kindle or in print in my book, Children’s Sermons about Creation and Adam and Eve