The eighth of the ten commandments clip art for kids reminds us of the importance of working hard and being honest

Bible Memory Verses Fun-Teaching The Ten Commandments to Our Children & Grandchildren-8

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The 10 Commandments wall art plaque for the Sandwich Generation granny nanny grand kids and your grand childrenIt's that time agin. Another encouraging Word-Filled Wednesday and the 8th in the 10 Commandments Bible memory verses series for our kids and grand children. Delightful for all of us in the Sandwich Generation. 

The eighth of the ten commandments clip art for kids reminds us of the importance of working hard and being honest

You shall not steal. Exodus 20:15

As I told my grandchildren this week, I picked this particular and very cute country scarecrow clipart because of the CROW. Crows are, of course, quite infamous for always stealing from farmers – hence the scarecrows. But this particular duo wants to teach our children and grandkids NOT to steal. In fact, they can encourage them to do just the opposite.

He who steals must steal no longer, but rather he must labor, performing with his own hands what is good, so that he will have something to share with one who has need. Ephesians 4:28

For more encouraging and uplifting Bible verses for the Sandwich Generation, dealing with all the multigenerational issues that come with caring for the elderly parents whiile raising kids and babysitting the grandchidren, be sure to visit Internet Cafe Devotions on this Word-Filled Wednesday. 🙂

P.S. To find a list of all the posts in the 10 commandments Bible memory verses for kids and grand children, including each song for kids along with an activity or two, just click here.

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    • From the Heart
    • June 22, 2011

    Great verse that should be taught to children so when they grow older they will not forget.

  1. What a great lesson!!

  2. Blessings Kaye…

    How adorable! I love the verse on the crow. Guess that tells us to whom this applies…I love the combination of the two verses. Really a wonderful lesson for all of us, young and old. I so enjoy your 10 commandment series. Thanks for sharing and your sweet visit.

    Peace and JOY,

    • lori
    • June 22, 2011

    This is one of my faves of alltime of yours! What a poignant message and how true for us grown ups as well…while we would NEVER think of “stealing” some material good how often to we steal from each other in the form of a misplaced word or a backhanded comment…we steal from the soul…WHAT a word..I’m sitting here on a break soaking in the Word!

    Well, well done friend.

  3. Oh i just read that verse yesterday, how i love your clip art, great verse btw.

  4. I love how you are teaching these verses to your grandchildren. Love your graphics.


  5. Very wisely put, Alice! Praying for you and your family today. How are you feeling? 🙂

  6. Thanks, Alida! 🙂

  7. Thanks, Jhunnelle! 🙂 I love the cute country clipart from Trina and Friends. It’s so bright and colorful – perfect for grandkids and country decor lovers like me 🙂

  8. Great points, Lori! Thank you for your sweet comments and thoughts! 🙂

  9. Thanks, Joan. I’m having fun with them as we do it and, prayerfully, hiding it into their hearts and mine. 🙂 Thanks, too, for noticing that cute country clipart from Trina and Friends. She is such a blessing to me!

  10. Thanks, Peggy! Yup – he’s the “bad’n!” 🙂 But I think he’s repenting, how bout you? 🙂 And thanks for the heads up about the Sheila Walsh book of devotions – Sounds like they would be excellent devotionals for seniors as well! 🙂 Have a blessed week.

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