With just pencil and paper and a little bit of folding practice, whirlybirds are a fun way to learn material and share with a friend. Because they number up to eight, they can be used for sequenced information.
The number seven appears often in Scripture. By adding a brief description in the eighth section of a whirlybird, you can use these fun games for any information grouped in sevens in the Bible.
As you create and play the All Things New Whirlybird, you may wish to reference the following scriptural material and discuss the beauty of the new creation to come:
- New heavens and a new earth (Isaiah 65:17; 2 Peter 3:13; Revelation 21:1)
- New Jerusalem descends (Revelation 21:2-8)
- The beauty of New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:9-27)
- The seven “no mores” (Revelation 21:1, 4; 22:3, 5)
- The river of life and the tree of life (Revelation 22:1-2)
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