Church and Religion: 2020.08.30_kids

Galatians 3:10-14 Blessings and Curses Summary: Today, listen for two really important words: Blessings and curses. Blessings are words of hope, promise and comfort for us from God. God has given us the blessings of eternal life when we trust in Jesus by faith. But curses are words of judgment. If we try to earn our salvation by our good works, we will never succeed, and instead we'll only receive a curse, not a blessing. Let's think about it: 1. Don't rely on your works, they only bring a curse 2. Live by faith in Jesus who redeemed us from the curse Verse: Gal. 3:13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us... Discussion questions: 1. Read Galatians 3:10-14 again, and then read over all of the Old Testament passages (in context) that Paul quotes: Deut. 27:26, Hab 2:4, Leviticus 18:5, Deuteronomy 21:23. Try to read the surrounding context of each passage to get the full sense. Why do you think Paul quotes the Old Testament so much here? 2. Why does relying on the works of the law bring us under a curse? In what ways might you be relying on the works of the law? 3. How did Jesus redeem us from the curse of the law? In what sense did He

2020.08.30_kids
Galatians 3:10-14 Blessings and Curses Summary: Today, listen for two really important words: Blessings and curses. Blessings are words of hope, promise and comfort for us from God. God has given us the blessings of eternal life when we trust in Jesus by faith. But curses are words of judgment. If we try to earn our salvation by our good works, we will never succeed, and instead we'll only receive a curse, not a blessing. Let's think about it: 1. Don't rely on your works, they only bring a curse 2. Live by faith in Jesus who redeemed us from the curse Verse: Gal. 3:13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us... Discussion questions: 1. Read Galatians 3:10-14 again, and then read over all of the Old Testament passages (in context) that Paul quotes: Deut. 27:26, Hab 2:4, Leviticus 18:5, Deuteronomy 21:23. Try to read the surrounding context of each passage to get the full sense. Why do you think Paul quotes the Old Testament so much here? 2. Why does relying on the works of the law bring us under a curse? In what ways might you be relying on the works of the law? 3. How did Jesus redeem us from the curse of the law? In what sense did He

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