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Praise the Lord

Lesson for February 17, 2019

Junior Level

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Praise the LORD

Introduction:
Today’s lesson focuses on living a life of praise.

Handout:  Praise the LORD

Outline:
1.  The word praise occurs 248 times in 216 verses in the King James Version of the Bible.  Why do you think that is?  GOD created you and I to praise Him.  He delights in our praise. 

Psalm 102:18 “This shall be written for the generation to come: and the people which shall be created shall praise the LORD.”

Psalm 150:6 “Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD.  Praise ye the LORD.”

Handout: Praise the Lord

Praise the Lord

Teacher's Guide

Psalm 150:6
“Let every thing that hath breath praise THE LORD. Praise ye THE LORD.”


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CURRENT LESSON
February 17, 2019

Jochebed - Old Testament Heroine, by Lisa DeVinney

Grades 3-6 Sunday School Lesson
Bible Heroines
Jochebed: Harrowing Times Produce Heroes

Author’s Notes:   We’re going to look at one more Old Testament heroine this week.  Her name was Jochebed.  And though her name might not be familiar, her story is one that many Sunday School children have learned through the years.  Jochebed was the mother of Moses.  And when her child’s life was threatened, Jochebed was not afraid, but trusted the Lord, and did what she needed to do to protect her child. This story is a great reminder of how the Lord sometimes allows difficult situations to come into our lives to teach us to trust Him, and to teach us just how strong and courageous we can be, with His help.

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Grades 3-6 Sunday School Lesson

Bible Heroines - Jochebed: Harrowing Times Produce Heroes, by Lisa DeVinney

Fill in the Blanks

  1. The Israelites had moved to Egypt because of a                                   .
  2. Trouble began when the Egyptian rulers no longer remembered                             .
  3. Pharaoh told the Hebrew                                    to kill the Hebrew baby boys.
  4. Amram and                                     were Moses’ parents.
  5. Pharaoh’s                                       found Moses’ ark floating in the river.

  True or False

1. The Egyptian Pharaoh was concerned by the size and strength of the Hebrews.
2. The midwives were afraid to disobey Pharaoh, and followed his orders. 
3. When Moses was three months old, Jochebed could no longer hide him. 
4. Jochebed turned baby Moses over to the Egyptians. 
5. Miriam watched the princess rescue Moses, and offered to find a nurse for him. 

Lisa's Other Grade 3-6 Lessons

-- Lisa DeVinney --



 

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