Object Lessons: 100 Lessons from Everyday Life

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Moody Publishers, Nov 9, 1991 - Religion - 112 pages
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What good is a broken fingernail? What can you do with a frying pan, a hammer, and an egg? How is a balloon different from a brick?

The world around us is full of items useful for interesting and meaningful object lessons. Dr. Ryrie uses pencils, light bulbs, sunglasses, and even the air around us to illustrate truths about salvation and the Christian life.

All 100 objects are simple and easy to find, and the lessons can be used for any group of any age. Children and adults alike will enjoy learning more when you present these fascinating illustrations.


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Although dated, easily adaptable to today's kids

User Review  - Mary - Christianbook.com

This book has dozens of good object lessons. Although some of them are dated (references to technology, common household items etc.) they give a good springboard for coming up with original object ... Read full review

This product did not meet my needs.

User Review  - Jeannie - Christianbook.com

I expected object lessons on a younger level than what this book offered. They were too involved for the young children I would use this with. Read full review

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CHARLES C. RYRIE (A.B., Haverford College; Th.M. and Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh; Litt.D., Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) was a renowned author and scholar. He wrote numerous books, including The Ryrie Study Bible, Basic Theology, Balancing the Christian Life, The Holy Spirit, Dispensationalism Today, Revelation, Survey of Bible Doctrine, and So Great Salvation, which rank among his best-selling titles.

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