I want to thank each and every one of you that prayed for my little boy last week. We spent 5 days in 2 different children's hospitals. We got to come home for almost 18 hours before I took him to follow up with our doctor and he stopped breathing and turned blue in her office. They never did find anything wrong with him, I am just so happy that we are all under one roof now and seem to be healthy!!
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This week we will be finishing up Job and starting with Exodus. Here are your printables:
Day 29 Job 25-28
In chapter 25, Bildad gives his third speech. He agrees with Job that no man can be righteous. God is altogether holy. In chapter 26-28, Job uses a series of images that he has no righteousness of his own. It is a gift from God. Wisdom is also a gift from God.
Day 30 Job 29-32
Chapters 29-31, we are listening to Job. In the preceding chapters, Job’s friends are all very close in age to Job. But, there was a younger friend also present. In chapter 32, Elihu comes into the conversation. He is very angry towards Job’s friends.
Day 31 33-36
Elihu continues on with his speech. He offers to reason with Job. Elihu blames Job for charging God with unfair. God can never be unfair. He is all powerful and all knowing. He knows all things before they are going to happen. All things, whether good or bad, are all meant to glorify God.
Day 32 Job 37-40:1-5; Psalm 19
Elihu observes the power of God, how great God is, and how God is to be feared. In chapter 38, God calls upon Job to answer why he was assigning meaning to the events that took place in his life. God is asking Job how he can determine what is good and what is bad. Who are we to argue with God. In chapter 40:3-5, Job finally realizes that he has gone too far.
Day 33 Job 40:6-24; Job 41-42; Psalm 29
As we conclude the book of Job, we learn that Job repents to God. All of his questions are gone. God rebukes Job’s three friends. God also restored all of Job’s wealth.
|Draw a picture of a dinosaur.|
Day 34 Exodus 1-4
In Exodus 1, we see that Pharaoh didn't want the Israelites to thrive. We first see how he made them slaves and forced them to make bricks. Then he told the midwives to kill all the Egyptian male babies. They did not because they feared God.
We see Moses born in chapter 2. His mother could hide him for 3 months and then put him in a basket to float down the river. The princess who found him called him Moses “because I drew him out of the water.” We know very little about the first 40 years of Moses life.
And Moses was instructed in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and he was mighty in his words and deeds. Acts 7:22
At age 40, he left the house of Pharaoh. After a series of events, Moses would not go back to Pharaoh, and his own people didn't want him. He went to the desert. In the desert he married Zipporah, Jethro’s daughter.
When Moses was 80 years old, he led Jethro’s sheep toward Mt. Horeb. He saw a bush that was burning, but was not burning up. God told him that he was going to take the Israelites out of Egypt just like he promised. Three times Moses made an excuse to not go back to Egypt. Moses was weak, but God was merciful. He promised Moses that he would send Aaron who would be Moses’ speaker.
|Draw a picture of a basket in a river.|
Blessings for your week!!