Lesson 12 – God Uses Elisha

 

Key Theme

-God uses imperfect people to accomplish His   plans.

Key Passage

-2 Kings 2:6-15, 5:8-18;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe God’s call of Elisha to be His prophet.

-Explain how Elisha showed he was a prophet of God.

Lesson 11 – God Uses Elijah

 

Key Theme

-God alone is to be worshipped.

Key Passages

-1 Kings 18:1-46;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Contrast the actions of the priests of Baal with Elijah’s   actions.

-Describe how God demonstrated His power over Baal.

Lesson 10 – God Sends Jonah

 

Key Theme

-God uses imperfect people to accomplish His perfect plans.

Key Passages

-Jonah 1-3; Matthew 12:38-41;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe Jonah’s response to God calling him to Nineveh.

-Describe how God showed His grace to Jonah and Nineveh.

Lesson 9 – The Kingdom is Divided

 

Key Theme

-God demands obedience and trust.

Key Passages

-Deuteronomy 17:14-17; 1 Kings 11:1-13, 11:41-43,   12:1-20;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe why God became angry with Solomon.

-Explain how the kingdom was divided.

Lesson 8 – Wisdom from God

 

Key Theme

-God wants us to study His Word.

Key Passages

-Proverbs 1:1-7, 2:1-6, 19:1-29; Colossians 2:2-3;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe the source of all wisdom.

-Identify different areas of wisdom from the book of   Proverbs.

Lesson 7 – Solomon Builds God's Temple

 

Key Theme

-God is worthy of our praise.

Key Passages

-2 Samuel 7:12-13; 1 Chronicles 28:9-19;

1 Kings 6:1-14, 8:1-13, 8:54-61;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Compare the Tabernacle and the Temple.

-Explain the importance of God’s Temple to Israel.

Lesson 6 – Parallel Accounts

 

Key Theme

-The Bible records the true history of the Universe.

Key Passages

-1 Chronicles 29:26-30; 1 Kings 2:10-11, 4:26;

2 Chronicles 9:25;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Identify areas of overlap in the historical and prophetical books

of the Old Testament.

-Describe how we know there are no contradictions in Scripture.

Lesson 5 – Solomon Becomes King

 

Key Theme

-God demands obedience and trust.

Key Passages

-1 Kings 1:32-35, 2:1-4, 3:5-15, 4:29-31;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe how Solomon would get God’s blessings.

-Identify the source of Solomon’s wisdom.

Lesson 4 – Praises to God

 

Key Theme

-God is worthy of our praise.

Key Passages

-Psalm 150 (Praise); Psalm 136 (Thanksgiving);

Psalm 43 (Lament);

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Give examples of different types of psalms.

Lesson 3 – David Disobeys God

 

Key Theme

-God provides salvation from sin through Jesus  Christ.

Key Passages

-2 Samuel 12:1-14; Psalm 51:1-4;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe David’s sin against God.

-Describe God’s response to David’s sin.

Lesson 2 – God's Promise to David

 

Key Theme

-God is faithful to His promises.

Key Passages

-2 Samuel 7:1-2, 7:12-13; Isaiah 9:6-7; Luke 1:30-33;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Describe how God delivered the message of promise to David.

-Connect the promise given to David to the kingship of Jesus.

Lesson 1 – David and Goliath

 

Key Theme

-God uses imperfect people to accomplish His   perfect plans.

Key Passages

-1 Samuel 17; Hebrews 11:32-34;

Objectives

Students will be able to:

-Contrast the faith of David with the fear of Israelite   soldiers.

-Identify the source of David’s confidence in battle.