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God is Faithful, by CindyGirl

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God is Faithful 
January 19, 2020, 2020

God is Faithful

This week is a bit different than the other lessons.  This week is about glorifying God and about encouraging all of you who are struggling.  If you are not struggling now, someday when trials come, you can hopefully look back on this and know that your Father will bring you through.  I think back about how God has moved in my life from the time I was born.  His love is a shield in my life and has always been, especially in the hardest of times.  For this lesson, God has placed upon my heart to share my testimony for His glory and to help those who may be suffering today.  It is my prayer to show you the lessons God taught me in the darkest time of my life.  Know that God is our deliverer, and GOD IS FAITHFUL.


God is Faithful

God is Faithful

Psalm 18:6 “In my distress I called upon the LORD, and cried unto my God: He heard my voice out of His temple, and my cry came before Him, even into His ears.”
Psalm 18:9-10 “He bowed the heavens also, and came down: and darkness was under His feet.  10.  And He rode upon a cherub, and did fly: Yea, He did fly upon the wings of the wind.”

God Bless you all,
~*Cindygirl*~

(cindygirl)

GOD Bless You.

:O)


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Moses

Grades 3-6 Lesson for Sunday School: January 19, 2020, 2020 
Moses (Part 2) - Taking a Stand

Moses: Obeying God, Rather Than Men

A note from the author:  This week we’re beginning a new series on the life of Moses.  I’m very excited about this new series, and hope you will be, too.  I know that the Bible stories about Moses are very familiar to many.  But one of the most exciting things about Scripture is that it’s “alive and powerful.” (Hebrews 4:12).  And no matter how many times we read the same passage, if our hearts are open, there is always something new that The Lord can impress upon them.  So join me, now, as we open up the book of Exodus.  Come, expecting to learn something new each week.  And be sure to encourage your students to do the same!   

Opening comments/story:
This week, we’re beginning a new lesson series on the life of Moses.  I know that many of you are familiar with the stories:  the baby in the bulrushes, the burning bush, the plagues, and so on.  But I would like to challenge you right from the start to remember that The Bible is God’s living Word!  And if you come ready to hear God speak, He will have something new for you each and every week!



Moses (Part 2) - Taking a Stand

Class Discussion/ Activity

Can anyone think of another person (or people) from the Bible who were faced with tough decisions and chose to stand for God?  (Allow the students to share examples that come to mind.  And if time permits, briefly tell the story of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego as they chose not to eat the Babylonian king’s food – found in Daniel chapter 1.  You can also use the story of Joseph’s choosing  to get away from Potiphar’s wife, rather than giving in to temptation – Genesis 39.) 

At the beginning of our lesson, we discussed some situations we might find ourselves in, where we might have to make choices that would or would not be pleasing to God.  Let’s go back and look at our second example again, and consider how it applies to what happened with Moses in Midian…

Imagine you see a Christian friend being picked on by a group of non-Christians.  Moses saw an group of shepherds chasing women away from a well where they were trying to water their flock.  What might your choices be?  Did Moses have those same choices?

  1.  Pretend you didn’t see them, and walk away.
  2.  Move close enough to hear and see what’s going on, hoping that they will stop if they see you coming.
  3. Go get someone else to help your friend.
  4. Go to where your friend is, and find a way to help.

 

I want to encourage each of you this week to be willing to choose God’s side, and stand up for what’s right.  It often means you will be ridiculed and maybe picked on, yourself.  But that is what Moses learned he needed to do.  And that is what God would have us do.  “Choose you this day whom ye will serve!”

 

If you have time, have the students play a game of Bible Tic-Tac-Toe.  (Instructions for this game can be found in previous lessons.  See lesson 13).  Another game you can play to reinforce the lesson is to have the students each take a turn at drawing or acting out a scene from the lesson.  The student to guess the right scene would be the next to take a turn.  You can also offer small prizes for the first one to guess correctly.

 

Lisa DeVinney

Lisa's Other Grade 3-6 Lessons

-- Lisa DeVinney --

Primary Lesson January 19, 2020, 2020

Jesus is Calling

CURRENT LESSON PLAN


Jesus is Calling
by Julie Pisacane


Class Discussion/ Activity

Can anyone think of another person (or people) from the Bible who were faced with tough decisions and chose to stand for God?  (Allow the students to share examples that come to mind.  And if time permits, briefly tell the story of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego as they chose not to eat the Babylonian king’s food – found in Daniel chapter 1.  You can also use the story of Joseph’s choosing  to get away from Potiphar’s wife, rather than giving in to temptation – Genesis 39.) 

At the beginning of our lesson, we discussed some situations we might find ourselves in, where we might have to make choices that would or would not be pleasing to God.  Let’s go back and look at our second example again, and consider how it applies to what happened with Moses in Midian…

Imagine you see a Christian friend being picked on by a group of non-Christians.  Moses saw an group of shepherds chasing women away from a well where they were trying to water their flock.  What might your choices be?  Did Moses have those same choices?

  1.  Pretend you didn’t see them, and walk away.
  2.  Move close enough to hear and see what’s going on, hoping that they will stop if they see you coming.
  3. Go get someone else to help your friend.
  4. Go to where your friend is, and find a way to help.

 

I want to encourage each of you this week to be willing to choose God’s side, and stand up for what’s right.  It often means you will be ridiculed and maybe picked on, yourself.  But that is what Moses learned he needed to do.  And that is what God would have us do.  “Choose you this day whom ye will serve!”

 

If you have time, have the students play a game of Bible Tic-Tac-Toe.  (Instructions for this game can be found in previous lessons.  See lesson 13).  Another game you can play to reinforce the lesson is to have the students each take a turn at drawing or acting out a scene from the lesson.  The student to guess the right scene would be the next to take a turn.  You can also offer small prizes for the first one to guess correctly.

 



Jesus is Calling


Follow Up Discussion  Bible Questions :
 
1. Who looked upon Jesus and said ,"Behold the Lamb of God"   VS.35-36
 
2. Two disciples follow Jesus after they heard him________.
Vs. 37
 
3. What did the two disciples call Jesus ?   VS. 38 ( Rabbi, Master)
 
4. Do you know what a disciple is ?
 

http://www.christnotes.org/dictionary.php?dict=ebd&id=1041

Easton’s Bible Dictionary

Disciple: a scholar, sometimes applied to the followers of John the Baptist (Matthew 9:14), and of the Pharisees (Matthew 22:16), but principally to the followers of Christ. A disciple of Christ is one who

  1. believes his doctrine,
  2. rests on his sacrifice,
  3. imbibes his spirit, and
  4. imitates his example
Julie Pisacane ©

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