Saturday, February 1, 2014

Series: Bible in a Year with your kids week #18 FREE Activity Packet


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Week 18 Printables.






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Day 120     2 Samuel 7; 1 Chronicles 17; Psalm 1-2, 33, 127, 132

     In 2 Samuel 7 we see David caring for the ark.  We see God’s covenant with David and his prayer and thanksgiving.
     I Chronicles 17 talks about David’s purpose and God’s gracious promises.
     Psalm 1 talks about the happiness and holiness found in a godly man.  Also, the sinfulness and misery of a wicked man.
      Psalm 2 is a threat against the enemies of the kingdom of Christ.  Christ is promised to be the Head of the kingdom and counsel to all.
     Psalm 33 talks about God being praised and His people being encouraged by his power.
     Psalm 127 talks about the value of the divine blessing.
     In Psalm 132, David cares for the ark.

Day 121 2 Samuel 8-9; 1 Chronicles 18

     In 2 Samuel 8, David subdues the Philistines the Moabites, and the Syrians.  We also see his government and officers.
     In 2 Samuel 9, David sends and provides for Mephibosheth.
     I Chronicles 18 talks about David’s victories.


Day 122 2 Samuel 10; 1 Chronicles 19; Psalm 20, 53, 60, 75

     In 2 Samuel 10, we see how David’s messengers are mistreated by Hanun.  We see the Ammonites and the Syrians are defeated.
     I Chronicles 19 talks about David’s wars.
     Psalm 20 is a prayer for the kings of Israel with relation to Christ.
     Psalm 53 talks about the corruption of man by nature.
     In Psalm 60, David prays for the deliverance of Israel from their enemies.
     Psalm 75 is a declaration for executing his judgment.  We read about the rebuking the wicked and concludes with praising God.


Day 123 Psalm 65-67, 69-70

     Psalm 65 talks about God being praised for his grace and providence in the kingdom.
     Psalm 66 praises God for his sovereign power in creation and his favor with the church.
     Psalm 67 is a prayer for Christ’s kingdom to be grown.
     Psalm 69 shows some pictures that are also found in Matthew.   
                               Psalm 69:19 –Matthew  27:29.  
                               Psalm 69:20 –Matthew  26:37  
                               Psalm 69:21 –Matthew  27:34, 48.
     Psalm 70 talks about the fast destruction of the wicked and the preservation of the godly.

 
Day 124 2 Samuel 11-12; 1 Chronicles 20; Psalm 51

     In 2 Samuel 11, we are introduced to Bathsheba.  We see David watching her bathe and asks for her to be brought back to him.  She spent the night.  He then sent for her husband Uriah a Hittite.  David also sent Joab a letter asking him to put Uriah where the worst fighting was taking place so that he would die.  After mourning for 7 days, Bathsheba became David’s wife.  David thought his sins were hidden, but God knew.
     In 2 Samuel 12,  we see that a year has past and David and Bathsheba have had a son.  David kept telling himself that he had done no wrong, and that no one knew his secret.  The Lord sent Nathan, a prophet, to David.  Nathan told David a story about 2 men in the same city on being rich and the other poor.  The story was about David, but he didn’t know that.  He demanded the rich man be killed and 4 lambs to be given to the poor man.  Nathan then told him that he was the man.  The Lord spoke through Nathan, telling David that he other people would take his wives and his son would die.  David did repent from his sin.  His son died, but they were blessed with another son whom they named Solomon.
     I Chronicles 20 talks about more of David’s wars.
     The first verses of Psalm 51, David calls his sins by many different names.  David asks the Lord to make him clean with hyssop.  Hyssop is a picture of clean (remember the Israelites were asked to sprinkle blood on their doorways with a branch from a hyssop during the Passover.  He offered the Lord his broken heard and asked for forgiveness.

 
Day 125 Psalm 32, 86, 102-103, 122

     Psalm 32 talks about the happiness of a pardoned sinner.  The misery that was before them has turned to comfort at the confession of their sins.
     Psalm 86 the psalmist renews his request for help and comfort.
     Psalm 102 is a sorrowful complaint of great afflictions and encouragement by God’s promises to his church. 
     Psalm 103 blesses God for his mercy.
     Psalm 122 shows esteem for Jerusalem and concern for its welfare.    

 

Day 126 No reading.

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