Shepherds and Angels
Luke 2:1-20; Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 1: 26-38
 
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Workshop: Antioch Arcade (Grades 3-5)
 

“Do not be afraid; for see—I am bringing you good news of great joy for all the people”– Luke 2:10 (CEV)

 

The shepherds were not considered important people, but God chose them to hear the good news of Jesus’ birth. The shepherds heard the message, believed it, looked for and found Jesus, praised God, and told people. We can learn from the shepherds about how to respond to God. 

 

The angels sang, “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace.” Name three things you can do this week to show glory to God or be a peace maker.

 

 

 

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Messages from Angels

Use your Bible (Contemporary English Version) to find the missing words.

Across

1. He will rule the people of Israel forever, and his _____ will never end." (Luke 1: 33)

3. “Nothing is ____________ for God!" (Luke 1:37)

4. But before they were married, she learned that she was going to have a baby by God's. _____ _____ (Matthew 1:18)

7. God sent the angel ________ to the town of Nazareth in Galilee (Luke 1: 26)

9. A young woman named Mary was ________ to Joseph from King David's family. (Matthew. 1:18)

11. Mary was _____ by the angel's words and wondered what they meant. (Luke 1: 29)

12. An angel from the Lord came to Joseph in a_____.(Matthew 1:20)

Down

2. “He will be great and will be called the Son of ____ ____ ____.” (Luke 1: 32)

5. “Name him ______, because he will save his people from their sins."(Matthew 1: 21)

6. Mary said, "I am the Lord's _____ ! Let it happen as you have said."   (Luke 1: 38)

8. Then the angel told Mary, "Don't be _____ ! God is pleased with you. (Luke 1: 30)

10. The angel greeted Mary and said, "You are truly _______ ! The Lord is with you." (Luke 1:28)

 

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