The Bible may be a ponderous tome and quite intimidating for children, but that doesn’t mean we can’t make it more fun for them.
These Bible verse coloring pages are a great way of introducing your child to the Bible and God’s word from an early age!
Bible study is very important for children and, with these coloring pages, they can explore God’s words of wisdom.
10 Brand New Bible Verse Coloring Pages – Free to Print and Color
Our first Bible verse coloring page is a verse from Isaiah 38:7, which says: “The Lord will do what he says.” The words are inscribed on a rock in an elegant cursive font.
This verse is quite representative of God’s will. It can be a perfect opportunity to explain to your child that there is no limit to what God can accomplish.
Everything He said He would do, was done, even though it seemed impossible.
It’s a beautiful, faith-consolidating message symbolizing that the Lord will always do what He has promised.
This Bible verse coloring sheet features an important quote from Psalm 72:6: “He shall come down like rain upon the grass: as showers that water the earth.”
The verse is set against a beautiful backdrop that perfectly matches it: a big cloud, with drops of rain that fall on five flowers that your child can color in pretty shades.
As for the meaning of Psalm 71:6, this verse refers to the time of justice and peace when Jesus will come back on earth, and all people will be judged fairly, the time when all wrongs will be righted.
Another verse from Psalm, this time 118:24, says: “This is the day that the Lord has made.”
Apart from being a beautiful Bible verse printable to color because it features a rainbow piercing the clouds and four delicate twines framing the text, this image spreads a positive Christian message.
The theme of this verse is gratitude and reliance on God – that we should have faith in him even when things don’t look too well because He has planned great things for us.
Our next Bible verse printable is equally beautiful: “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble” – Psalm 46:1.
What better way to introduce your child to the Scripture if not through this inspirational quote?
The Bible verse is written in a beautiful cursive font, surrounded by flowers.
We can color those in bright and vibrant shades to remind us that God will always be our refuge, especially when we’re going through challenging moments.
We can leave the background white, but this beautiful verse would look even better if we took the time to color the background in a delicate pastel shade, such as yellow or light blue.
“Arise, Shine for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you,” says this Bible verse from Isaiah 60:1, referring to Isaiah’s vision of a bright and prosperous Zion.
The coloring page definitely does justice to the grandeur of this verse because it features an open book standing out from the clouds, rays of light emanating from behind it.
Blue and yellow would be the most appropriate choices for this Bible verse coloring page, and for the book, we can choose a colorful cover, such as red or purple.
This Bible verse is taken from Matthew’s most complex and symbolic parables referring to Jesus’ return: “I was hungry and you gave me something to eat.”
While many Christians agree that the parable itself is quite difficult to interpret, this shorter version is a simpler way to explain to your child that those who serve God will be rewarded.
To match the literal meaning of the verse, the coloring page features food alongside a glass of water.
We have here some slices of bread, oranges, watermelon, and grapes that your child will have a great time coloring while also learning about God.
God has made all the beautiful things surrounding us: the sky, trees, clouds, rivers, and animals, and everything God made should praise Him.
This is the message behind Psalm 150:6: “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!”
This Bible verse coloring page features a beautiful scenic landscape that your child will love coloring because it has everything from pine trees to rivers, mountains, and clouds.
We love this coloring page because it’s a reminder of the stunning natural wonders God created!
This Bible verse coloring sheet features a verse from Matthew 5:14: “You are the light of the world.”
The verse actually refers to Jesus’ disciples: since Jesus is light, His light shines through the disciples spreading His word throughout the world.
This way, Jesus’ light pierces the darkest corners of humanity, symbolized here as the globe.
The globe is set against big rays of light to show that a world where everyone follows God’s word is a happy and peaceful one.
The Book of Genesis is the first book in the Old Testament, describing how God made the world.
It’s also a great choice when starting to teach your child about the Bible since it’s both fascinating and easy to understand.
Genesis 1:3 is the third verse of the first chapter in the Book of Genesis: “And God said let there be light.”
These were the first words spoken by God, who created natural light, without which the world would still be plunged into darkness.
To go with the theme of the quote, this Bible verse coloring page depicts a big, bright, and beautiful sun rising above a field of flowers.
Also from Genesis is this verse: “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.”
This is actually the first verse in the Bible, explaining how God made the universe as we know it and establishing Him as the Creator.
The coloring page depicts the grandeur of God’s creation, showing both the Earth as seen from space, along with clouds and stars.
We hope you enjoyed these meaningful Bible verse coloring pages, which are inspirational as well as fun to do.
Of course, the Bible is filled with thousands of other verses that all children should know about, so come back soon for more printables!