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Red-Hot Rebus Scripture Picture

“We use Rebus Scripture Picture verses in all of our services!” – Gary & Alisa Linn

Kids love to solve these wonderful Rebus Scripture Picture puzzles!

Its an AWESOME way to creatively have your group interactively involved with your theme verse!

With more than 1400 scripture picture words in the Red-Hot Rebus Graphics Library, you can easily transform your memory verse into a Rebus Scripture Picture Puzzle!

Plus, this 83 MB download also includes 162 Ready-To-Use Scripture Picture Puzzle Mania PowerPoint Games!

Rebus is the art of putting words into the form of pictures. For example, “BE” may be represented by a picture of a bee. Or, “PARENTS” may be represented by a picture of a pair of ants. Using the Rebus graphics, you illustrate your scripture (memory) verses in an exciting way which is both fun and definitely memorable! This graphic represents either the word “WILL” or “WELL.”

This Graphics Library includes picture words to create all the verses for teaching:

  • The Armor of God
  • Fruit of the Spirit
  • Gifts of the Spirit
  • The Beatitudes
  • The Ten Commandments
  • The “Romans Road”
  • PLUS!! All 66 books of the Bible!
  • And that is just the beginning!

Here is a comment from a Childrens Pastor who uses the Rebus.

Testimony– I just wanted to drop you a note and let you know how much I have appreciated and used the Red Hot Rebus CD. I think I have had this over 5 years. In that time I have literally done hundreds of rebus scripture verses. I have used them with in childrens church, bus ministry, VBS, with readers and non-readers. The kids look forward to the puzzling Bible verse. When I dont do one for a while, the kids ask for them. They are captivating and reinforce the memorization of the scripture. Thanks for a great product! I have almost wore my CD out. I am sure it has been in my computer more than any other CD I own. I think the reason I like them so well is because kids who cant read or cant read well can hide God’s Word in their hearts just as easily as a child who is a fluent reader!

God Bless,
Mark Kilcoyne