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Quittin' Time

May 26, 2019

Quittin Time

Quittin' Time

Quittin' Time
Junior Level

Intro:
Our Sunday school topic for today focuses on the hope that one day we will rest from all our labor and be at home with our Lord. We must do our best to work for the Father here to further His kingdom in telling others of the gospel of Christ. We encourage one another that though we labor for a season, joy comes in the morning, and soon it will be quittin' time, and eternal peace with our Lord.

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Quittin' Time


Lesson Plan

Job 7:1-2

Is there not an appointed time to man upon earth? are not his days also like the days of an hireling? 2 As a servant earnestly desireth the shadow, and as an hireling looketh for the reward of his work:

Sometimes as I am thumbing through the Bible and reading God's love letter to me, a passage will strike a cord in my heart that gets me to thinking of where I've been, where I am and where I'm going. The above passage is one of them.

As I sit here peckin' at the keyboard my mind is running back to days gone by and a long straight row in the cotton patch. Now most of you will not be able to relate to a young lad of a boy of ten or twelve years pulling a 7 foot cotton sack while bent over a row of cotton. Rest assured it wasn't my idea and I didn't really want to be there The only reason I was in the cotton patch at all was because that is where mom and dad wanted me.

There are many things more exciting than reaching into the stalk and grabbing cotton from open bolls. About the only times the monotony of picking was broken was when your cousin whizzed a green boll or dirt clod past your ear. If you were fortunate the missile would fly harmlessly by but occasionally the aim was better than you wished for. These clod and boll fights had to be done discretely as you were under the watchful eye of the grownups which were known to deliver stern rebuke or worse. Child abuse wasn't known at the time.

About the only other dangers you might face were stinging caterpillars, spiders and the occasional wasp nest hidden under the broad leaves of the cotton plant. Looking back now I can smile and reminisce about the good old days but at the time all I wanted was the sun to set low on the horizon "as a servant earnestly desireth the shadow". As a growing boy I knew that at the end of the day my grandmother would have supper on the table and and the reward of supper sure made the toil more tolerable.

Amen :O))

God Bless you all,
~*Cindygirl*~

(cindygirl)

GOD Bless You.

:O)


CindyGirl - See my church!


Adams Hill Church

Adams Hill Church, Morgan County, Tennessee

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The Apostle Paul, Part 4 - The Message Spreads
May 26, 2019

Paul - Part 3, by Lisa DeVinney

The Apostle Paul: Part 4
The Message Spreads

Author’s Notes: Last week, we saw our missionaries, Paul and Barnabas being sent out to share the good news about Jesus Christ. They celebrated a great victory on the island of Cyprus, as the deputy of Paphos believed in Jesus, despite great opposition from Satan. But the pair also suffered a great disappointment as John, who had come along to minister to them, abandoned them to return back home. But Paul and Barnabas didn’t let disappointment stop them. In this week’s lesson, we’ll find Paul and Barnabas continuing their journey, and sharing with us the message that they were carrying throughout the world – that Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of God’s promise to send a Savior. Today’s lesson provides a great opportunity to share the message of salvation with anyone who may be lost.

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Grades 3-6 Sunday School Lesson

The Apostle Paul, Part 4 - The Message Spreads

Grades 3-6 Sunday School Lesson

Coloring Page for Young Visitors

Opening comments/story: If you have enough students (probably at least 5) play the game “Telephone” with them. The object of the game is to show the players that in telling and retelling a message, it is often changed as each one tries to remember what they think they heard, and pass it on to the next player. To play the game, have your students stand in a line or a circle, standing far enough apart that they cannot hear one student whisper a message into the ear of another. As the teacher, you are the first to pass the message along to the first student. You can think of a message, yourself, or use one of the suggested messages below. After you whisper the message to a student, have them do the same with the next student, and so on, one at a time, until every student has been told the message. Then have the last student say the message out loud, to see if the message they heard is the same as the original message you first whispered.

Lisa's Other Grade 3-6 Lessons

-- Lisa DeVinney --


The Days are Made by God,
, by Julie Pisacane
May 26, 2019

Open With Prayer: Start with a prayer to God asking Him to help us learn this day about how to live faithfully and joyfully unto Him with the time and days He  has given to  us.

Discussion:  Ask the children what day it is and then discuss how they learned to know what day it is. Allow and encourage each of them to take a turn at answering this question.Next -- Ask them how is it that we can keep track of the days and of the time?

Finally – Discuss some things that we do with the time and days God has given  to us  reminding the children that each day and  every moment is really a gift from God.  CURRENT HANDOUT
The Days are Made by God,


Suggested Materials And Activity For Today’s Lesson :  

Calendars, Clocks , Watches ,Paper and Crayons

 

Today we will help the children to make a one week calendar with a Scripture verse  written  upon it.  Let the children choose what verse they would like to write on the calendar they make .

Also, next to each day of this  weekly Calendar instruct the children to write  “ God’s Monday”, “God’s Tuesday” , etc. for an entire  calendar week.

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Never Alone
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Focus on the Father
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Christmas, the Reason for the Season

Love

The Joyful Sound
God's Love Letter - The Bible
A Word and a Prayer
Just the Greatest
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