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02-Creation Ordered - Lesson 2

02-Creation Ordered - Lesson 2

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God made everything. God made all things to worship Him. We, as humans, decided to not do things God’s way, but to worship other things instead o worshiping the onetrue God. God chose to remedy this sin. He sent Jesus, His only Son, to live a perect lie.He then died on a cross or our sins, was buried, and rose on the third day Jesus’ lieand death and resurrection allow us to worship God rightly again, orever.
Written by: Kimberly Davidson & Steve WrightGraphic Design by: Michele Castillo | www.sonscapecommunications.comArt Design by: Amy TorcassoEditor: Jennier SharpeMusic: Daniel Renstrom Website: http://www.treasuringchristonline.org | 919-326-3000 | Email: tcc@pray.org
Copyright 2011 by Providence Baptist Church. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any
means for prot via electronic, mechanical, recording or any other – except for brief quotations in printed reviews, without the prior permission of the publisher. All Scripture quotationsare from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version, copyright 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
Dear Sunday School Teacher,Your ministry as a teacher or our Lord has eternal value! When we view our ministry in light o eternity, we see its importance and the privilege that God has entrusted to us. In Psalm 78, theBible also reminds us o this great calling: “One generation commending the Gospel to the next.”
Treri Crit Crric:
 The ministry resource that you hold in your hand is producedand shaped by the local church—“The Bride o Christ.” We have three primary strategies thatguide us. First, we desire to produce a Gospel-centered curriculum that allows every child, babies tohigh school students, to study the same Scripture passage each week. Second, we seek to equipparents to thrive in their God-given role as their child’s primary discipler. We want this resource,thereore, to connect the church and the home by providing the Connecting Church and Homeresource within the curriculum. Third, we want to respond to thedesperate need or curriculum resources around the world. Wedesire to bless the nations with a tool that will help them reachthe world with the Gospel o Christ.
Qrter Oe:
God on Display 
Every relationship begins with an introduction. God introducing Himsel to us is the heartbeat o this study.
God on Display 
is a major theme that runs throughout all o Scripture. God’s desire to have com-munion with those He created is seen rom cover to cover o the Bible. In the rst ew pages, we seeGod communing in the Garden o Eden with Adam and Eve. The theme o communion continuesto be seen through the role o the Old Testament tabernacle and temple. In the New Testament,God became incarnate in Jesus, God with us. Ater Jesus, the Father gives the Holy Spirit to believersand institutes the Church. Fellowship in the Church breeds community, both with God and othersmade in His likeness. As believers, we are guaranteed that we will spend eternity in communionwith God, dwelling in His presence.God is on display: everywhere; in the past, present and uture; and in our lives as believers. Let uslive continually to display God’s greatness and love.

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