Above the Clouds


14th February

Psalm 77

We encourage you to spend some time in prayer and ask God to speak to you this morning through his word.

Consider & Pray

We can not climb such a ladder as mentioned without help.  We must pray and ask God to help us and guide us. 

It is only through the work of the Holy Spirit that we will see God...

...Pray that God would reveal himself to you through His word and that you would meet him in the pages - that you would see the light of his Glory displayed through his Son.

Pray that the Holy Spirit would do a work in your heart so that you can see God's great grace - and also that he can help you pour out your heart to him.

Pray that we, as a church, would lift each other up before God and

 pray like Paul did for his Church in Philippi.

9 And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight, 10 so that you may be able to discern what is best and may be pure and blameless until the day of Christ, 11 filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ—to the glory and praise of God.

 Php 1:9–11

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Children's  Activities

Song to Start

Activity 1 - How was your week? 


This morning we look at Psalm 77, which is a psalm of real honesty. The Psalmist is honest with God, as he knows God knows everything already. So, when we pray it is important to pour out our sadness and struggles.


Have you found anything difficult this week?

What has made you sad or angry?

Could you write a list?


When you have written that list or chatted through with Mum and Dad, use it as a prayer list and pray to ask God to help you as you go through difficult times like this, and ask God to help you look to him in such tricky times.


Activity 2 - A picture to help you remember


Have there been times where God has felt far away?

Did you know that if you trust in God, he is never far away but is with you even in the bad parts of your day?


When the Psalmist Asaph felt sad and confused because he was going through difficult times, he painted a picture of the past in his head. This picture in Psalm 77 is a picture of words of God saving his people out of Egypt. This reminded him that God has a plan even though sometimes we don’t see it, God promises to save us  if we trust in Jesus. 


Could you draw or paint a picture of your favourite Bible story that shows God saving his People?  If you want to, it might be nice to share that picture, just like Asaph did. Such stories remind God’s people of his love and plan for their lives too.