The Christian Code of Honor Weekly Devotion Guide Week 3: “I will walk within my house with a perfect heart having a testimony of uprightness. Missionaries Tom & Elaine Baucom. In the last year he has had several major medical problems that have caused him pain and some paralysis. Please pray that the Lord will give him the strength and health to preach and minister in the native church.
Faith Baptist Church Family School The Ten Commandments 2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. While the first commandment dealt with the question “who do we worship?” the second deals with the question “How do we worship?” The first commandment makes it very clear that we are to only worship the one true God; but now we are given the guidelines on how to worship him.
Faith Baptist Church Family School – The Ten Commandments 1. Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Memorize Exodus 20:3 “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” The following passages are recommended reading for this week: Acts 17:22-34, Exodus 32:1-14, Psalm 115, and Daniel 3.
Weekly Devotion Guide Answer Sheet – Christian Conduct: Love/Charity Questions from the scriptures: 1. In 1 Corinthians 13:1-3 several things are mentioned that are worthless without charity, list them below: Speaking with the tongues of men and angels, Having the gift of prophecy, understanding all mysteries and knowledge, having mountain moving faith, bestowing all my goods to feed the poor, and giving my body to be burned at the stake.
Family School Devotion Guide – Christian Conduct: Love – The text for this week’s devotion will be 1 Corinthians Chapter 13 – In order to help prepare everyone for devotions it might be a good idea to start with a song, testimonies, or prayer. This week’s missionary family is the James family. The James’ are missionaries in Tanzania and have been on the field for several months now. They have asked us to join them in praying for Mrs. James’ mother who has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Weekly Devotion Guide Answer Sheet – Christian Conduct: Righteous Living – SuperKids Word Scrambler Answers
Family School Lesson – Christian Conduct: Righteous Living – The Bible is full of the word “righteous”. But in order to understand what the word means, we need to examine it in many uses and context. 1. In the Old Testament the word “righteous” refers largely to the outward and observable behavior of a person or nation. Righteous: Lawful, obedient, good. 1 Samuel 24:17 And he said to David, Thou art more righteous than I: for thou hast rewarded me good, whereas I have rewarded thee evil.
There are many topics in the Bible that are touchy and very uncomfortable to discuss and even harder to hear someone teach or preach on. The topic this week is one of those difficult topics. Many things that are so clearly addressed in the Bible and that are identified as sin by God, have become so accepted and ingrained into modern thinking and philosophy. Things that were once a black or white issue have been smudged into a shade of grey. Thankfully the Word of God has not changed. As adults, I hope we all take advantage of the opportunity this week to teach our families the truth about morality; both inside the marriage relationship, and outside of it. As parents, you will have more of an impact with your children regarding this topic (as well as every other) than I, as the pastor, ever could.
Faith Baptist Church Family School – The Ten Commandments – 3. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. The first commandment dealt with the question “Who do we worship?” and the second commandment dealt with the question “How do we worship?” Now it’s time for the third commandment. It will be dealing with the question “With what attitude do we worship?” Memorize Exodus 20:7 “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.” The following passages are recommended reading for this week: Isaiah 1:1-15, 1Samuel 12:20-25, Matthew 15:1-9. The definition of the word “vain” is: Empty; worthless; having no substance, value or importance. Fruitless; ineffectual.”