The first part of the First Lesson reinterpreted with products from the Visual Kit for the Blood of Jesus:
Take off the garment of your sorrow and affliction, O Jerusalem,
and put on forever the beauty of the glory from God.
Or put on your High Priest Costume (instructions included)!
Put on the robe of the righteousness that comes from God;
Or cut out your Simplicity Patterns for Bible costumes (included)!
put on your head the diadem of the glory of the Everlasting;
Or put on a Crown of Thorns (included)!
for God will show your splendor everywhere under heaven.
Even in your Tabernacle Felt Set (included)!
For God will give you evermore the name,
along with a Kids Discover Magazine on Blood (included)!
"Righteous Peace, Godly Glory."
be still my beating Life-size Latex Heart Model (included)!
Arise, O Jerusalem, stand upon the height;
Do not stand on the Scarlet Cord with Tassels
look toward the east,
Toward the Cardboard Brazen Altar (included)!
and see your children gathered from west and east
who will only be satisfied if they see
The Sacrifice Lamb
If you purchased the Visual Kit For the School of Evangelism, then you already have this soft, life-like, washable toy lamb. But if not, it's an absolute MUST for the series on the Blood of Jesus. It is needed in multiple lessons. It stands 15 " tall so it is nearly life-size of a new-born lamb. Perfect for carrying under your arm, or around your neck. Fits perfectly on the cardboard Brazen Altar that comes in the Visual Kit.
Amen. Come Lord Jesus.
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