Water Walkers – Matthew 14 – Draw Bible Stories Project

Water Walkers Story (Matthew 14)

Refreshing Prayer – mountain, flame, Jesus – Jesus was tired after feeding the great crowd. He dismissed the people, sent off his disciples, and went alone to pray.

Drowning Danger – rough seas, wind, boat – As the disciples sailed across the lake, a great wind arose. The disciples struggled to keep the sailboat upright.

Water Walking – waves, Jesus, Peter – Jesus came to them at 3am, walking on the water. They thought he was a ghost. Jesus gave Peter power to walk on water.

Peter’s Rescue – waves, Jesus, Peter – Standing on the seas, Peter became afraid and sank. Jesus rescued him, returned to the boat, and calmed the storm. The disciples worshipped Jesus as the Mighty Son of God.

Storytellers Sight

  • Why did Jesus, God’s Son, need to be refreshed?
  • Imagine yourself on the boat with the disciples. What do you see, hear, and feel? Look at Jesus on the sea.
  • Why did the disciples think Jesus was a ghost?
  • Why did Jesus let Peter join him on the water? How would it feel to walk on water in the midst of a storm?
  • How did this experience impact the disciples’ faith?
  • Why is faith so fragile? What strengthens our faith?

Storytellers Discipleship

The following activities will help you remember the story, apply wisdom to your own life, and tell the story to others.

  • Pray. Listen to the story. Draw the story.
  • Tell the story with the drawings.
  • Draw your own pictures to illustrate the story.
  • Pray and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal wisdom in the story.
  • Pray. What is the Holy Spirit asking you to do next?
  • Go and tell the story to someone. Discuss the story.
  • Disciple others to become Spirit-filled storytellers.

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