Lesson 12 – Joshua, Caleb, and the Spies

Key Themes

-God is faithful to His promises.

-God’s Word must be the absolute authority.

Key Passages

-Numbers 13-14; Hebrews 3:16-19;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the promise of a land for the Israelites given   by God.

-Compare the faith of Joshua and Caleb to the faith of   the other spies.

Lesson 11 – Worship in the Tabernacle

 

Key Themes

-God reveals His character in the Bible.

-God provides salvation from sin through Jesus.

Key Passages

-Leviticus 16:11-22;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Connect the objects in the Tabernacle to Jesus Christ.

-Describe how the Old Testament sacrifices made day   after day differ from the sacrifice Jesus Christ made for   sinners.

Lesson 10 – The Ten Commandments

 

Key Themes

-God demands obedience and trust.

-God sees all men as sinners in need of salvation.

Key Passages

-Exodus 19:1-6, 19:16-20, 20:1-21, 24:3-8, 31:18,

Matthew 22:34-40; Galatians 3:21-26; Romans 3:19-26;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe what the Ten Commandments show us.

-Connect the use of the Law to proclaiming the gospel.

Lesson 9 – The Exodus from Egypt

 

Key Themes

-God faithully provides for the needs of His people.

-God is faithful to keep His promises.

Key Passages

-Genesis 15:13-16; Exodus 3:19-22, 12:31-42,

13:17-14:31;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify the fulfillment of the promises God made   hundres of years earlier to free His people from Egypt.

-Describe examples of God’s faithfulness in providing   for the Israelites during the Exodus.

Lesson 8 – Plagues and the Passover

 

Key Themes

-God provides salvation from sin through Jesus.

-God is omnipotent.

Key Passages

-Exodus 5:1-2, 7:8-13, 7:20, 8:3, 8:17, 8:24, 9:6, 9:10,   9:23, 10:13, 10:22, 12:3-13, John 1:29;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify how God used sings and wonders in Egypt to   show that He si the one true God.

-Compare the Passover lamb in the Old Testament to   the Passover Lamb, Jesus in the New Testament.

Lesson 7 – God Calls Moses

 

Key Themes

-God is sovereign over all things.

-God uses people to accomplish His perfect plans.

Key Passages

-Exodus 2:1-10, 3:1-22;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify examples of God’s sovereignty shown through   the life of Moses.

-Describe the attributes of God we see in this account.

Lesson 6 – Chronology Conundrums

 

Key Themes

-The Bible records actual history.

Key Passages

-Genesis 12:10-16, 37:17-28; Exodus 1:13-14, 2:1-10,

5:6-9, 12:31-36;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize conflicts between the biblical and secular   histories of Egypt.

-State why is is important to always start with the Bible.

Lesson 5 – Bondage in Egipt

 

Key Themes

-God is faithful to His promises.

-God’s plans are perfect.

Key Passages

-Exodus 1:7, 1:11-12, 1:14, 2:23-25;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Connect the promise of a land given to Abraham with   the deliverance of the Israelites.

-Describe God’s answer to the groans and cries of the   Israelites in Egypt.

Lesson 4 – Joseph in Egipt

 

Key Themes

-God is sovereign over all things.

-God rewards faith and obedience.

Key Passages

-Genesis 39-50; Romans 12:19;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize God’s sovereignty trough all the   circumstances in Joseph’s life.

-Identify how God rewarded Joseph for his obedience.

Lesson 3 – Joseph's Early Life

 

Key Themes

-God is sovereign over all things.

-God’s plans are perfect.

Key Passages

-Genesis 35:22-26, 37:5-11, 37:18-35;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the meaning of Joseph’s dreams.

-Identify the events God used to take Joseph to Egypt.

Lesson 2 – Jacob's Ladder

 

Key Themes

-God is faithful to His promises.

-God reconciles sinners to Himself through the gospel of Christ.

Key Passages

-Genesis 25:23, 28:12-13;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Connect the meaning of the ladder seen by Jacob to   the role of Jesus.

-Explain how God was faithful to keep His promise of a   Redeemer.

Lesson 1 – Isaac and Rebekah

 

Key Themes

-God’s plans are perfect.

-God is faithful to His promises.

Key Passages

-Genesis 24:1-14, 24;50-66;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Recognize God’s perfect plan in the events leading to   the marriage of Isaac and Rebekah.

-Describe God’s sovereignty in the affairs of man.