Church and Religion: 2021.09.19_kids

Exodus 14:15-31 The Red Sea Summary: Today we are going to hear about the greatest miracle in the Old Testament: the moment when God parted the Red Sea and saved His people Israel from the army of Egypt. Let's see today how God was glorified (honored and worshipped) as He saved his people and judged His enemies: Outline: 1. God gets glory as He leads and protects His people 2. God gets glory as He judges the wicked 3. God gets glory as He saves His people Verse: Hebrews 11:29 By faith the people crossed the Red Sea as on dry land... Discussion Questions for devotions and family worship: 1. How does God gain glory in the Exodus? How is God glorified in the judgment of the wicked, as well as the salvation of His people? 2. Why do many people want to find a natural explanation for the Red Sea crossing? How does this passage show that this is clearly a supernatural act of God? 3. Why does the New Testament compare Moses to Jesus? (See Heb. 3:1-6) How is Jesus the better Moses, and how might this account of the Exodus teach us more about our great salvation through Christ? 4. When God's people saw the mighty judgment on Egypt, and God's great salvation, it says that they

2021.09.19_kids
Exodus 14:15-31 The Red Sea Summary: Today we are going to hear about the greatest miracle in the Old Testament: the moment when God parted the Red Sea and saved His people Israel from the army of Egypt. Let's see today how God was glorified (honored and worshipped) as He saved his people and judged His enemies: Outline: 1. God gets glory as He leads and protects His people 2. God gets glory as He judges the wicked 3. God gets glory as He saves His people Verse: Hebrews 11:29 By faith the people crossed the Red Sea as on dry land... Discussion Questions for devotions and family worship: 1. How does God gain glory in the Exodus? How is God glorified in the judgment of the wicked, as well as the salvation of His people? 2. Why do many people want to find a natural explanation for the Red Sea crossing? How does this passage show that this is clearly a supernatural act of God? 3. Why does the New Testament compare Moses to Jesus? (See Heb. 3:1-6) How is Jesus the better Moses, and how might this account of the Exodus teach us more about our great salvation through Christ? 4. When God's people saw the mighty judgment on Egypt, and God's great salvation, it says that they

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