Object Lesson Sermons For Adults
The world is made up of objects. We are surrounded by them all the time, but many times we don’t think about how they could teach us a lesson. In this article, you will learn about several object lessons that can be used to teach the Bible.
The Evil Eye
The Evil Eye is a belief that a person can cast a curse on another person by looking at them. The Evil Eye is called the “evil eye” because the person with the curse is believed to look at the object of their envy with an evil gaze.
The belief in the power of this curse has its roots in ancient times, when medicine was not as advanced as it is today, and many people died from illnesses or injuries that we now know that they could have survived easily. If a loved one suddenly fell ill or died unexpectedly, people thought it might be due to some malicious spell cast against them by someone who coveted what he or she had (such as wealth). That’s why these superstitions began: so that people could protect themselves from others’ harmful intentions toward them.
The Silver Spoon
The silver spoon is a symbol of wealth and privilege. It’s a reminder of your upbringing, who you are as a person, and the way that you treat others in life.
When someone is born into wealth, they can grow up with an attitude of entitlement. They expect things to be handed to them without having to work for it or earn it. Their parents give them everything they need so they never have to worry about money or what they need in order to survive—just like a silver spoon! This can lead these individuals into living lives that are not very charitable; after all, why should they help out other people if all their needs are being met?
The Double-edged Sword
In this lesson, you will learn about the importance of a double-edged sword and how it can affect your life. The power of a double-edged sword is great and the danger is even greater. Use your knowledge wisely to make sure that you use it properly!
If you are looking for a lesson that will help you make decisions in life, then this lesson on what it means to have a double edged sword should be very helpful!
The Mighty Hammer
The second object lesson is about the mighty hammer. The hammer is a tool that can be used for many purposes, but it’s also a weapon. It can be used to build or destroy, depending on how you use it and who you are using it against. The Bible says that “the wicked flee when no one pursues” (Prov 28:1). This means that if we allow evil to flourish in our lives and communities without taking action against it, then eventually evil will become so strong that we cannot fight back against it anymore. We need to stop allowing evil deeds by ourselves or others around us by taking action now before they become too strong for us to handle alone!
The Little Pebble
A little pebble can be a big problem.
A little pebble can be a small problem.
A little pebble can be a problem.
A little pebble can be a great big problem.
A Red Light In The Field
The traffic light is a symbol of danger, warning and signal to stop. The red light in the field is the same. It tells us that there is danger ahead.
Today’s lesson: A red light in the field symbolizes a signal of danger.
The Bible says that we are all walking through dark places (John 12:35). There are many things around us that can trip us up or lead us astray (1 Corinthians 10:12), but God has given us a way out (1 Corinthians 10:13). The only way to escape from these situations is through faith in Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and by following Him wholeheartedly (Acts 4:12; Matthew 28:19-20).
The Bitter Cup Of Suffering And Death
In this lesson, we will discuss the bitter cup of suffering and death. We will focus on how it is a part of life, how suffering can be a blessing from God, and how suffering can be used for good.
This lesson is meant for adults and as such contains some potentially mature content.
The Mixed Drink At A Party
Mixing a drink is an easy and quick way to show your guests that they are welcome. It also gives you an opportunity to use the festive colors of seasonal ingredients like berries, apples, or citrus fruits. The best part is that you can mix up something fancy for yourself while you’re at it!
Mixing drinks at home can be pretty simple—just put some fruit juice in a glass and add alcohol based on your taste preferences (or whatever is lying around). But if you want something with more flair than just orange juice and vodka shots, here’s what I recommend:
- Add ice cubes from frozen water bottles so they’re made from natural materials instead of plastic or glass. This will make your drink look great without any effort on your part!
- Use cups made out of cornstarch rather than Styrofoam cups because these won’t leech chemicals into your beverage over time due to their porous nature–not only do they look great too but there’s no need for toxic chemicals!
The Web Of Life
The web of life is a metaphor for the interconnectedness of life. It can be used to describe the delicate balance between predator and prey, or how everything is connected in an ecosystem. We have often seen this image as a spiderweb, but in fact it is more like a net where each strand connects to every other strand.
In this sermon series we’re going to look at how God created humanity for relationships with Him and others around them and how this will be accomplished through Jesus Christ’s life and death.
An Anchor In A Storm
- What is an anchor?
An anchor is something that holds you in place when there are strong forces pulling you one direction or another. An anchor can also hold you steady when the winds and waves of life’s storms threaten to knock you off course.
- What is a storm?
A storm usually involves some kind of emotional struggle: anger, fear, despair or doubt are just a few examples. It might also be physical: pain from illness or injury, loss of a job or relationship breakup. Storms often come on suddenly and unexpectedly – leaving us feeling bewildered and unable to cope with their intensity at first blush (especially if we’re unprepared). But as we weather them more successfully over time, it becomes easier for us to handle them effectively as they arise again in our lives – until eventually they lose their power altogether!
Objects can teach us timeless truths with object lessons.
Object lessons can teach you many different lessons:
- God’s love for us.
- The Bible.
- Life in general.
- Relationships and family life.
- Work and business ethics, including honesty and integrity in the workplace.
- The future, including both spiritual things like Heaven and physical things such as retirement planning or saving for college tuition fees.
Object Lessons teach us about the church too: what it means to be a part of Christ’s body on earth (the Church) today; how we should treat one another within this body – as brothers/sisters in Christ who are serving Christ together as members of His Bride (the Church); how we serve Him best by loving Him with our whole hearts, minds, souls and strength – through loving obedience to His Word which is our lamp unto our feet & light unto our path!
Object lessons can be a great way to teach timeless truths. They’re simple, and they can be as creative or straightforward as you want them to be. The key is that you choose objects that will resonate with your audience and explain the lesson in a way that resonates with their lives today.