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This 10-Pack includes the following Bible Lessons for children, ages 7-11:
Lesson 21 – The Book of Jonah - teaches your students about Jonah (Jonah 1-3) who was instructed by God to go and preach to the Ninevites, but decided to try to run from the Lord. This story is much more than Jonah being swallowed by a big fish (possibly a whale). Your students will learn about obedience and that God loves even those people that they may think are beyond saving.
Lesson 22 – Balaam and his Talking Donkey - teaches your students about Balaam (Numbers 22: 1-33) who loved money so much that he became spiritually blind. So blind that his donkey could see better than him and protects his life from an angel sent by God. Not only that, but the donkey talks to Balaam in this story. Your students will learn about keeping their eyes focused on the things of God and not those things they feel they must acquire.
Lesson 23 – Dinner Date with a Den of Lions - teaches your students about the prophet Daniel who continued praying to God even when that meant he would be thrown into a den of hungry lions (Daniel 6). They will learn about integrity and never compromising their beliefs.
Lesson 24 – A Very Expensive Pot of Stew - teaches your students about how Esau didn’t value his birthright and his twin brother Jacob would stop at nothing to get it. (Genesis 25:21-34 27:1-38). They will learn about valuing the blessings they receive, the most important of all, salvation through Jesus Christ.
Lesson 25 – King Jehoshaphat and his Singing Soldiers - teaches your students about how King Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 1-28), went to battle against an army much larger than his own without any weapons and came out victorious because God fought for him. They will learn to always have faith, even when the odds against them seem insurmountable.
Lesson 26 – Shipwrecked - teaches your students that listening to the wrong people and going along with the crowd results in making a bad decision. In this story (inspired by Acts 27), the Apostle Paul is on a ship, bound for Rome to stand before Caesar. After barely making it to Crete, he warns everyone on board about the impending disaster if they attempt to sail on instead of harboring until Spring. They don’t listen to him and must now suffer the consequences for the choice they made.
Lesson 27 – The Small Man in the Sycamore Tree - teaches your students the story of Zacchaeus, a small, but powerful, rich, dishonest chief-tax collector who Jesus calls to come down from a sycamore tree. (Luke 19: 1-10). Your students will discover how a life, no matter how badly lived can be changed in an instant when a person has an encounter with Jesus. This story should encourage all of us to share the gospel with everyone, not just those we think are worthy of hearing it.
Lesson 28 – Love Fulfills the Law - teaches your students the story of a Pharisee who asked Jesus a question, “Which is the Greatest Commandment in the Law?”; a question whose answer would set him free from the burden of trying to obey all 613 Commandments (known as “The Law”) that had been established (Matthew 22:23-40 & Mark 12:18-34). Your students will discover how they can live a life pleasing to God and in total obedience to him if they can just follow the two Commandments Jesus shares with that Pharisee.
Lesson 29 – More Than Just a Fishy Tale - teaches your students the story about the Apostle Peter, who Jesus sent to the Sea of Galilee to catch a fish with a 4-Drachma coin in its mouth (Matthew 17: 22-27). Your students will learn that sometimes God provides in unusual ways when we put our faith in him.
Lesson 30 – Tamara - teaches your students the story of a 12-year-old girl who Jesus raises from the dead. It also includes Jesus’s encounter with a woman that had a blood disorder that he heals as well. (Matthew 9: 18-25, Mark 5: 21-43 Luke 8: 40-56). Your students will learn to never lose their faith, even when things look bleak. Sometimes God desires us to be patient as he works things out in our lives.
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