An illustration of the whole Armor of God, taken from the epistle of Apostle Paul in Ephesians 6:10-18. A merchandise poster for The Word Cadets. Credits to Rose Publishing for the description. Cop...

An illustration of the whole Armor of God, taken from the epistle of Apostle Paul in Ephesians 6:10-18. A merchandise poster for The Word Cadets. Credits to Rose Publishing for the description. Cop...

Ephesians 6:10-18 The Armor of God Object Lesson.  Fill a bowl with water (represents the world), have the kids sprinkle pepper into it (represents sin) while naming some sins of the world, ask students to put finger in water (the sins will stick), now wipe off fingers and explain how the whole Armor of God protects us, ask one student to dip finger in soap (Armor of God) and dip finger again in peppered water...the pepper (sin) is repelled. {Muffin Tin Mom: Pepper and Dish Soap Experiment}

Ephesians 6:10-18 The Armor of God Object Lesson. Fill a bowl with water (represents the world), have the kids sprinkle pepper into it (represents sin) while naming some sins of the world, ask students to put finger in water (the sins will stick), now wipe off fingers and explain how the whole Armor of God protects us, ask one student to dip finger in soap (Armor of God) and dip finger again in peppered water...the pepper (sin) is repelled. {Muffin Tin Mom: Pepper and Dish Soap Experiment}

The Armor of God free download, actually from a LDS site, but I really like this illustration--when my children were young we would put on the armor of God as I drove them to school each day (in the days before we began to homeschool)

The Armor of God free download, actually from a LDS site, but I really like this illustration--when my children were young we would put on the armor of God as I drove them to school each day (in the days before we began to homeschool)

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