Creation to Christ Story
Creation to Christ Story
I want to tell you a story. This story is from a book called the
Bible. Men did not make up the Bible. It is the word of the Most High
God. These stories are true and reliable because they are the words of
the Most High God.
There is only one God, and He is the Most High God. The Most High God
is more powerful than men and kingdoms. The Most High God is more
powerful than other gods such as the fire god, sun god, or dragon god.
He is also more powerful than idols made by men. The Most High God is
the most powerful.
In the beginning the Most High God existed. The Most High God is the
Creator. He created everything on earth and in heaven and is all
powerful over everything. His name is God.
When God began to create things, He just used His words. He spoke and
everything came to being. He created angels to worship and serve Him.
They were very beautiful.
God created everything in 6 days. [He created the sky, land, water,
mountains, oceans, sun, moon, stars, all plants, and animals. He
created everything.] Finally, He created man according to His image.
God created man to enjoy all that He has created. God created
everything and saw that it was good.
God placed the man and woman in a beautiful garden to live. They had a
very good relationship. He told them to take care of the garden and
enjoy everything. He gave them a special command: they could eat from
every tree in the garden except one. If they ate from that one tree,
they would die. Man and woman listened to God and had a wonderful
relationship with Him in the garden.
However, do you remember the angels God created? One of the angels was
very smart and beautiful. This angel became very proud. He wanted to
be like God and to have the other angels to worship him instead of
God. Only God deserves all the worship and service. Therefore God cast
the bad angel, Satan, and the other angels who listened to him out of
heaven. These bad angels are known as demons.
One day, Satan tempted the woman, named Eve, to eat the food from the
tree that was forbidden. [Satan lied to the woman. He told Eve that if
she ate of the tree, she would be just like the Most High God.] Eve
listened to Satan and ate the fruit. Then she gave it to her husband,
Adam, to eat. Both of them disobeyed God’s command. Disobeying God’s
command is sin. God is righteous and holy. He must punish sin. God
cast the man and the woman out of the garden, and their relationship
with God was broken. Man and God were now separated forever.
Like Adam and Eve, all people since then have sinned by not listening
to God’s commands and are separated from God. The result of sin is
eternal death. We cannot live with God forever.
Over time, the number of people on earth multiplied. God loved them
very much and wanted them to have a relationship with Him. He gave
them 10 commandments to follow. Remember God is perfect and holy, so
we must be perfect and holy to live with him. [The 10 commandments
teach man how to relate to God and how to relate to people. Some of
the commands were: do not worship other gods or make idols; honor your
parents; do not lie, steal, murder or commit adultery.] However, no
one was able to obey all of these commands. So, each time they sinned,
God allowed them to repent of their sins and offer a blood sacrifice
to take the place of their punishment. This sacrifice was shedding the
blood of a perfect animal. If they would repent and offer the blood
sacrifice, God would forgive them. Only by the shedding of blood can
man’s sin be forgiven. However, man kept sinning and the sin sacrifice
became a ritual rather than something from their heart. God became
tired of the blood of animals. The shedding of animal’s blood was
never sufficient to bring men back to God.
Remember that God loves man whom He created very much. He is angry
that they disobey Him, and is sad that they cannot come back to Him.
Therefore He gave man a perfect way to reconnect to Him.
God sent Jesus to show us the way back to Himself. Who is Jesus? Jesus
is God’s son, His one and only son.
Jesus was a wise teacher. [Many people would come to hear Him teach
about how they could return to God.]
Jesus was a powerful miracle worker.
Jesus calms the storm. [On one occasion, He was with some of His
students crossing a large lake on a boat. It was late at night. While
Jesus was sleeping, a powerful storm arose on the lake. Jesus’
students were very afraid. They awakened Jesus and said, “We are about
to die!” Jesus rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be
still!” Immediately the wind and rain stopped.] Jesus’ power is
greater than natural powers.
Jesus fed over 5,000 people. [On another occasion over 5,000 people
came to listen to Jesus teach about God. When evening came they had
not eaten and were hungry. Altogether they only had five loaves of
bread and two fish. Jesus used the five loaves of bread and two fish
to feed over 5,000 people.] Jesus’ power is able to satisfy man’s
Jesus cures a demon processed man. [Another time, Jesus saw a man with
many demons inside him. The man was very powerful and dangerous. Jesus
loved the man and cast the demons out of him.] Jesus is more powerful
Jesus raised the dead. [Jesus’ good friend became sick and died. Jesus
was not with him. Four days later Jesus arrived at His friend’s house.
Jesus felt very sad. His friend was already in the tomb. Jesus went to
the front of the tomb and said, “Friend, come out.” His friend was
resurrected. He walked out of the tomb alive!] Jesus’ power is greater
Jesus was the good shepherd. He loves and cares for people.
Jesus was perfect. He never sinned.
People loved Jesus. However, some leaders were jealous of Jesus. These
men grabbed Jesus and decided to kill Him. They placed Jesus on a
cross. A cross is made from two large pieces of wood formed together
in the shape of a large cross. They took His hands and His feet and
nailed them to the cross. His precious blood flowed from His hands,
feet and body. Jesus suffered much pain on the cross.
Jesus is the perfect sacrifice. Jesus was perfect and did not deserve
to die. Instead, Jesus died for all mankind. God loves us and allowed
Jesus to die on the cross in our place. Only through the shedding of
Jesus’ precious blood was God able to forgive our sin. Jesus’ death
demonstrates God’s love
towards us. However this story doesn’t end here. On the third day
Jesus rose from the dead!
[Before His crucifixion, Jesus told a story to his followers about a
father and his sons.
The father had two sons. The younger one said to his father, “Father,
give me my share of the inheritance.” So he divided his property
between them. The younger son got together all he had, set off for a
distant country and there wasted his wealth in wild living.
After he had spent everything, he began to be in need. So he went and
hired himself out to a citizen of that country, who sent him to his
fields to feed pigs. He longed to fill his stomach with the pods that
the pigs were eating, but no one gave him anything.
When he came to his senses, he said, “How many of my father’s hired
men have food to spare, and here I am starving to death! I will set
out and go back to my father and say to him: ‘Father, I have sinned
against heaven and against you. I am no longer worthy to be called
your son; make me like one of your hired men.’”
So he got up and went to his father. But while he was still a long way
off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him. He ran
to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him. The son said to
him, “Father, I have sinned against heaven and against you. I am no
longer worthy to be called your son.”
But the father said to his servants, “Quick! Bring the best robe and
put it on him. Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Bring
the fattened calf and kill it. Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For
this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is
found.” So they began to celebrate.
We are all like the younger son.] We all have left God and are forever
separated from Him. We all must repent and return to God. Jesus can
lead us back to God’s side. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and
the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”
We must go through Jesus to return to God. How can we go through
Jesus? You must believe in your heart and with your mouth confess that
Jesus is the son of God. Do you want to go through Jesus and return to
The Most High God wants you and your whole family to return to Him. To
do this, you must go through Jesus. Jesus is the perfect sacrifice.
Only through Jesus can your relationship with God be restored. Do you
want to go through Jesus to return to God’s side?
If you want to, you must believe in your heart and confess, “I have
sinned. I have left God. Jesus is the perfect sacrifice for my sin. I
believe and trust in Jesus. I want to repent and allow Jesus to lead
me back to God.”
In the same way I just talked with God, now you talk to God with me.
I’ll say each part and you repeat after me.
Great! Now your relationship with God is restored.
I know you care about your family. God is waiting for your whole
family to believe in Him. Go home and tell your family and friends
this good news. God loves them too!
Lesson Plan for
Creation to Christ Story
(From Training Rural Trainers curriculum)
Tell the story, then have 2-3 people re-tell the story.
1. What is this story saying?
2. What do you not understand?
3. What does it teach you about God?
4. What should you obey?
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that
whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John
1. What does this verse say?
2. What do you not understand?
3. How should you obey?
How to Obey
1. Learn to share the Gospel
a) Train how to share the “Creation to Christ (Most High God Gospel)”
b) Each trainee should be able to share the entire Creation to Christ
story non-stop, start to finish in 15-20 minutes.
c) Select a partner for accountability and support.
d) Share Creation to Christ with those who you have shared your
Pray right now and commit yourself to share the Gospel with someone in
your circle of influence.
Scriptures for the story
• 2 Timothy 3:16
• Psalm 115:3-8
• 1 Chronicles 16:25-28
• Nehemiah 9:6
• Genesis 1:1 – 2:3
• Genesis 1:26-27
• Genesis 2:4-25
• Ezekiel 28:12b-17
• Isaiah 14:12-15
• Genesis 2:8-9, 16-17; 3:1-24
• Isaiah 59:2
• Romans 3:23
• Romans 6:23a
• Exodus 20:1-17
• Hebrews 9:22b
• Leviticus 1:1-3; 4:13-21
• Isaiah 1:11
• John 3:16
• Luke 1:31-37
• Matthew 5:1-7:29
• John 10:7-15
• Psalm 23:1-3
• 1 Peter 2:22
• Hebrews 9:14
• John 1:29
• Luke 23:20-25, 32-48
• Revelation 5:9
• 1 Peter 1:19
• Romans 5:8
• Luke 24:1-50
• Isaiah 53:6
• Luke 15:11-24, 32
• Luke 14:6
• Romans 10:9,10
• John 3:16 (memory verse)