Genesis | Exodus | Leviticus | 2 Chronicles | Psalms | Luke | John | 2 Corinthians | Hebrews | Revelation
This spring, our lessons focus on ways God's people have acknowledged the greatness of their God. The quarter begins with guidance for following God. Then, with Easter, the quarter turns to ways Jesus provided a channel for giving God glory and honor. The quarter concludes with a look at times when the Hebrew people sang praises to God. The student book writer is Michelle Morris. The writer for the teacher book is Clara Welch.
Follow in My Ways
The four lessons in this unit, drawn from Genesis and Second Chronicles, show how Abraham and Solomon acknowledged God by following God's guidance.
All Glory and Honor
This unit has five lessons. The lessons from Luke and John deal with how Jesus' resurrection opened the way to honor God. The visions in Revelation praise God with majestic symbolism.
Give Praise to God
The four lessons in this unit, from Exodus, Leviticus, and 2 Corinthians, emphasize the people's response by bringing offerings and dedicating their lives to God's work. The unit concludes with one session drawn from Psalms and Hebrews that rejoices in God's reconciling action on behalf of the people.
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- Printed biblical text from The Common English Bible.
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- A closing prayer, guiding personal commitment.
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