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4/24/2011 (Easter)

4/24/2011 (Easter)

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The Lamb was ___________.

Acts 2:32 - ______

Those covered by the Lamb’s
John 1:29: Here is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world! Q&A: Q. Are there more gods than one? A. There is only one God (Deut. 6:4; Jer. 10:10; Mk. 12:29; Acts 17:22-31).

blood will not experience _______________ from God.

Acts (AKTS) - Only New Testament book of History; tells what the apostles did during the time after Jesus’ crucifixion, resurrection, and return to heaven. Luke wrote this book and reported the coming of the Holy Spirit and the spread of the church under Peter’s and Paul’s leadership. Acts 2:1-3
*Taken from Holman Publishing’s Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary for Kids.

Play a game with your family. Set a timer and see who can write the memory work the most times without looking them up.

“The prototype of the original G.I. Joe Doll sold for $200,000.”
*Taken from National Geographic Kids Weird But True: 300 outrageous facts.

At the Summit, we’re striving to climb to new heights with Jesus. These five devotionals are suggestions of activities to do as a family to help your family to climb closer to Jesus together at home during the week. This tool is intended to help you lead a family worship time. Please go to God in worship as a family on a regular basis even if you do not use this resource. If your family completes one of the devotionals parents can initial in the boxes below and the child will receive a buck for every devotional completed.

Devotional One, Read: Read the following verses Jesus dying and rising again. Scriptures to consider: John 12:30; Psalm 22; Hebrews 13:10-12; John 19; Matthew 28

Devotional Two, Pray: Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane for the Father’s will to be done. We should pray also that what God wants will be accomplished in our lives. Pray asking God to show you what He wants you to do, read God’s word, and live the way God wants ask Him for His help.

Devotional Three, Mold: Peter denied Jesus three times but just a matter of days later, he was preaching to thousands of people. The Lord used Peter’s mishaps to mold him into a better follower. Ask God to mold you. Mold the details of the cross found in Matthew’s gospel.

Devotional Four, Build: Build a scene from Numbers 21:49 using Legos, Duplos, Mega Blocks, or some other kind of building toy. See if you can use these blocks to get all of the details right. Talk with your parents about how this story might relate to the one we learned on Sunday. Build a scene from Numbers 21:4-9

Devotional Five, Sing: I love hymns. Hymns are songs that people might have been singing for hundreds of years. One of my favorites is “Hallelujah, What a Sav-

Devotional Six, Serve: Jesus came to serve us. He washed His disciples’ feet telling them they should serve one another. Serving takes sacrifice (coming to the end of yourself). Jesus sacrificed by dying for our sin. We don’t have to die to serve but we should follow Jesus’ example by thinking of ourselves last. Think of some people that need something, how can you help them? Ask your parents if you can take some cookies to your neighbors. Tell your neighbors that you’re doing this because Jesus gave you something so special.

ior” With your parent’s help, look up this song on the
internet or in a hymn book. See if you can find the story behind the song. Talk about this song and what it means. A good resource is “www.cyberhymnal.org,” you can listen and read the lyrics and read about the hymn. See if you can sing the hymn once you’re finished learning about it.

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