Hey Moms & Dads.
Here’s what we learned last Sunday:
We are in the book of Nehemiah
Bible Passage: Nehemiah 1–6
Story Point: God used Nehemiah to rebuild Jerusalem’s walls.
Key Passage: 1 Peter 5:10
Big Picture Question: Who is in control of everything? God is in control of everything in heaven and on earth.
Want to know what your kids learned in bible study on Sunday…click below…
Meditate on God’s Word as a Family
Review these questions with your kids and be impressed with what they share…
- What made Nehemiah sad? (Nehemiah heard the walls of Jerusalem were broken down, Neh.1:3-4)
- How did Nehemiah respond to the report about the Israelites? (Nehemiah wept and prayed. He also confessed sin and asked God for help; Neh. 1:4-10)
- What was the response of Israel’s enemies? (They plotted against Israel to stir up trouble, Neh. 4:8)
- What was Nehemiah’s response after experiencing trouble from his enemies? (He prayed that God would strengthen his hands, Neh. 6:9)
- What does this story teach me about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, or the gospel?
- What does this story teach me about myself?
- Are there any commands in this story to obey? How are they for God’s glory and my good?
- Are there any promises in this story to remember? How do they help me trust and love God?
- How does this story help me live on mission better?
Let’s Pray More Like Nehemiah…Nehemiah provides a great example of how we should pray. Read Nehemiah’s Prayer in Chapter 1:4-11…and observe how he…
- Acknowledges God. Nehemiah begins his prayer with lofty praises of God.
- Intercedes for others. Nehemiah prayed for God’s people and fervently.
- Asks for Forgiveness. Nehemiah humbly confessed his own sins and those of the people
- Appeals to God’s promises. Nehemiah refers to God’s word.
Want your child to impress their Bible Study Teacher…read ahead in Nehemiah 8-13 as we learn God’s People Repented!