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Weekly Family Resources

Enjoy the weekly KIDS CLUB Bible lesson below in a PDF document with web links embedded. The audio/video content in the lesson is also linked below in case you prefer to use it that way. The weekly lesson can be used in multiple ways from covering it in one sitting to spreading it out during the week. The variety of print, video, and music components all relate to the weekly lesson and its truth. May Jesus bless your time together with him.


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Week of October 25, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness | Galatians 5:22; 1 Samuel 20

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David and Jonathan are best friends, but Jonathan’s father, King Saul, hates David and wants him dead. David has also been told by God that he is to become the next king of Israel and replace Saul. Jonathan, who normally would become the next king – seeing as he is the current king’s son – is a faithful and loving friend to David. Jonathan knows God wants David to be the next king.


Week of October 18, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness | Galatians 5:22; Luke 10:30-37

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One time, Jesus told this story to teach a lesson about showing goodness: A man is traveling on foot from Jerusalem to Jericho, a distance of 16 miles. Along the way he is attacked by robbers who beat him up, steal all of his possessions—including his clothes—and leave him in the ditch, half dead. A Samaritan (a stranger) traveling through the area, came to where the beaten-up, half-dead man was lying on the side of the road. When the Samaritan stranger saw the hurting man, he rushed over to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Read the actual account of the Good Samaritan in the Bible text above: Luke 10:30-37.


Week of October 11, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Kindness | Galatians 5:22; Genesis 18:1-15

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The first Patriarch, Abraham, and his wife Sarah are promised by God that they will have a son. It happened like this...The Lord (Jesus in human form) and two other men visit Abraham and Sarah at their tent during the hottest part of the day. Before the Lord can share the good news, Abraham invites the men to rest and eat with Sarah and him. Abraham brings water to wash the men’s feet and tells Sarah to bake cakes of fresh bread. Abraham shows great hospitality and kindness to the visitors. Abraham is kind to the visitors because the Holy Spirit put love for God and kindness for others in his heart.


Week of October 4, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Patience | Galatians 5:22; Genesis 29:1-30

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Last week we learned about Isaac making peace over water and wells. This week, we learn about Jacob and the great patience God gives him. Jacob falls in love with a girl named Rachel, but in order to marry her, he makes a deal with Rachel’s father, Laban. Laban says Jacob can marry Rachel if he works for Laban for seven years. After the seven years are up, however, Laban tricks Jacob into marrying Rachel’s older sister, Leah, first. Jacob is upset but loves Rachel and still wants to marry her. Laban says he will allow it only if Jacob works for another seven years. Jacob agrees and trusts that God will give him the patience he needs.


Week of September 27, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Peace | Galatians 5:22; Genesis 26:12-33

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Isaac, son of Abraham is blessed by God and becomes very wealthy. Isaac has many flocks and helpers to care for them. The animals need water to live, so everywhere Isaac goes he digs wells to get water. At some places the people do not want him there. They take control of the wells and tell Isaac to go away. Instead of fighting these people, Isaac makes peace with them. Peace is a fruit of the Spirit.


Week of September 20, 2020

Fruit of the Spirit: Joy | Galatians 5:22-23; Nehemiah 8:1-3, 10-12

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Nehemiah, an Israelite, is taken captive when Jerusalem is destroyed. He becomes the cupbearer to the King in Susa (the Persian capital). One day, Nehemiah learns that much of Jerusalem, the holy city of the Israelites, is still in bad shape and the walls of Jerusalem are not repaired. He prays to God, recalling the sins of Israel and God's promise to restore the land. Nehemiah then asks his master, the king, if he can return to Jerusalem and rebuild its walls. After a few setbacks, Nehemiah and others rebuild the wall in 52 days! When they finished Nehemiah has Ezra, the priest, read from God’s Word. The people listen attentively and realize they have not been obeying God. They become sad and troubled. Nehemiah, however, tells them to celebrate because the joy of the Lord is their strength.

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