Ben is in danger! Bernie is attempting crazy stunts to try and stop Ben and Tommy from building. He needs to protect his workers, just as Nehemiah had to protect God’s people while their enemies were threatening them.
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How do you respond to other people's doubts and threats?
Whilst Ben and Tommy are continuing the rebuilding of their house, Bernie is still scheming for ways to stop them from building. He is annoyed that they have started and that they have people to help. So Bernie begins doing dangerous things to Ben which nearly injures him! Fortunately, Ben was kept safe with the clothing he was wearing. Ben then decides that he will build a fence around the site to keep him, the construction site, and all his workers safe from Bernie, and anyone else trying to hurt them.
Similarly, the construction site that Nehemiah was working at was in danger. Their enemies were threatening to hurt them while he and his team were building. They began to fear for their lives, so Nehemiah hatched a plan. He would take half of the workers to work, and half to keep on watch. The workers building would build on one hand, and hold a sword in the other! Nehemiah reminded his helpers to trust in God, and encouraged them that God would fight for them.
Suitable for 4-11 year olds, with age-appropriate variations.
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