Abraham is one of those “giants” in Scripture we all know about, but probably don’t often think about. As “the Father of many Nations” and one who received God’s Promise, we too often associate him only with the Israelites of the Old Testament.
But that would be a mistake!
Through faith in Abraham’s one Descendant, Jesus, we are also made his descendants and the promise God made to him, is now also for us!
We are continuing our journey through the book of HEBREWS!
Today: Even though we did get through chapter one last week, we’re going to back up a little and explore some of the quoted passages in more detail to give us a better understanding of what the author is trying to convey.
In September our Toddlers will learn to always trust God. Joseph not only had a colorful coat, he lived a colorful life filled with ups and downs. Through it all, Joseph learned to trust in God no matter what. Kids will learn they can trust God at all times.
OBJECTIVE: Preschoolers will say “I can trust God when bad things happen.”
Our new BridgeKidz curriculum for September is “What’s in Your Backpack?”, covering the following Bible memory verse and topics.
Pencils are used to make notes when the teacher speaks. Too bad we can’t do that when our friends need a listening ear. Being a good friend means listening, not speaking, and really hearing what someone else needs to say. James 1:19-20. “Be slow to speak, quick to listen.”
We use notebooks to help us remember things. We need to remember to be unselfish and think of others ahead of ourselves. Philippians 2:3-11
Having a folder helps us keep track of all that we’ve finished. We can remember to trust God when we look back at all the things He has done for us. Joshua’s farewell speech to the Israelites.
Just like a ruler gives you a guide in centimeters or inches, the Bible gives you a guide for knowing God. A ruler lets you make a straight line. The Bible helps you live your life down a straight path. Proverbs 3:5-6