This Sunday we will be looking at the Book of Exodus. When we read the Book of Exodus, there’s one thing we see again and again: God’s power!
So this is what we’ll be focusing on in this lesson.
When the Lord told Jeremiah that Jerusalem would fall into the hands of the king of Babylon, and yet also told him to buy a field there, promising that He would bring them back, Jeremiah prayed to the Lord for wisdom, as it were reminding the Lord, and himself, of how He had promised them the land, brought Israel out of Egypt “with signs and wonders, with a strong hand and outstretched arm, and with great terror”, and all that was happening to them was as He had warned them. So our memory verse this week is taken from Jeremiah’s prayer, which reminds us that “nothing is too hard” for the Lord.
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Time: 23 August 2020 1:50PM 主日敬拜唱歌之后
Here is a snapshot of the lesson details for this week:
Bible Story: The Book of Exodus
Big Idea: God is powerful.
Memory Verse: “LORD and King, you have reached out your great and powerful arm. You have made the heavens and the earth. Nothing is too hard for you.” Jeremiah 32:17 (NIrV)
Here is some material we will use in class, if there is time, or your child/children can use as a reminder and help to think about this topic:
It is true that nothing is too hard for God. We pray that you and your family see the power of God working in and around you throughout this coming week.
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