...but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; They will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
ISAIAH 40:31

A Blog for Kids and Everyone.

This is a journey through God's word. The Bible is so amazing! There are a lot of great stories. Some that we know well and some will surprise us. We will have a lot of fun as we color, watch short cartoons and tell funny stories.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

the Garden of Eden

But first let's look back at our awesome God and His creation. God created the earth, then He created the animals. Then on the sixth day.... God created Adam. Remember we found out that Adam named the animals. We made up a pretend animal, and some of you came up with some great names for it. Here are a few: Becky came up with chipunny :o) Andrew came up with stoink :o) and Debby's granddaughter Faith came up with flopus :o) Great names!!! Then after God made Adam, He made Eve.

Before we get to the Garden of Eden, here are a couple more eye-popping facts.#1. When God created the world and all things.... Jesus was with Him! The Bible says that Jesus was there in the beginning and all things were made by Him and for Him! (John1:3) #2. Before God created the earth, He already had planned on making you! It's true! God is an amazing planner. Have you ever planned your day. Like first going to school, then playing with friends, then eating dinner, then doing homework. Well God not only planned out one day.... He planned from the beginning of the world till the end and you are part of His plan! He made you on purpose.(Eph1:4)Next time you look in the mirror, Say, "I am part of God's plan!"
#3. God walked and Talked with Adam and Eve in the garden. They were friends! That's so cool! Next week we'll find out what happened to that friendship.

OK, Let's go to the garden! The Garden of Eden was where God placed Adam and Eve to live. He loved them so much that He wanted them to live in a wonderful place. The word Eden means "pleasant" or "comfortable". Let's pretend we are going on vacation to the Garden of Eden. It will be fun.

That's right, in the Garden of Eden, there were no tears, no pain or no hunger. Adam worked in the garden, but he never got tired. All the animals were like pets. If you could have any animal in the whole world as a pet..... what would you like? An elephant to ride or a giraffe to climb or a monkey to play with? I think that I would like a kangaroo to go for a ride in his pouch!
Well it's time to leave the Garden of Eden. Next week we'll see why we don't live in the garden. Here is a puzzle for you. Just follow the secret code and color the picture! What is it?


  1. This is just awesome, Jack-- blessings to you and your Kingdom-Expanding!

  2. You are amazing. What a wonderful blog you have created.

  3. You have a very creative blog.
    I need to drop by for a visit more often.

    Old Geezers love kid Bible stories.

    Thanks, Ron

  4. This is just so awesome! You have a gift!!!

  5. Cute story line for the kids. Great that you share this for them.

  6. Wow! this is some pretty creative stuff. Enjoyed it.

  7. LOVE this Jack!! I like the variety of graphics (love your characters!) and a cool puzzle...kids and adults should love going through this together! It's wonderful that you've taken on this mission field...I believe the Lord will overtake you with blessings and the fruit of this effort will be eternal!

    Looking forward to the next installment!


    PS - you might consider making a blog button with code so that folks can "advertise" Mr. Biblehead on their sites...just thinkin'...

  8. Yes, amen to that! A button would be cool.

    We just LOVED this lesson! The graphics are awesome, and the story really goes in-depth. My grandkids got pulled right in, and gained some new insight into the garden.