Sunday, December 15, 2013

Series: Bible in a year with your kids Week #11 FREE Pack

     We are finishing the law books this week!  I don't know about you, but I am happy to come to the end of the Pentateuch!  They were exciting and we learned a lot of new information, but this weeks reading was hard to come up with notebooking pages for.  I ended up going back to God in prayer and re-reading the passages looking for His insight.  Which of course, He always gives!!  Is there anything you learned in the first 5 books of the Bible that you would like to share?  Leave it in the comments if you don't mind!

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Week 11 printables.

Day 71 Deuteronomy 16-19
     Chapter 16 discusses the yearly feasts, while in 17 we learn about the sacrifices are to be perfect and all idolaters are to be killed.  In chapter 18, a provision respecting the Levites and the abominaitons of the Canannites.
      Chapter 19, talks about the cities of refuge.  States that landmarks are not to be removed and the punishment of false witnesses.

Day 72 Deuteronomy 20-23
     Chapter 20 discusses the people who were to go to war and what cities were to be devoted.
     Chapter 21 talks about how the first born son is to be the one to inherit, how a stubborn son is to be stoned, and to not leave people hanging all night.
     Chapter 23 talks about who are to be shut out from the congregation.

Day 73 Deuteronomy 24-27
     Chapter 24 talks about divorce, newly married couples, pledges, justice and generosity.
     Chapter 25 talks about the extent of punishment, marriage of a brother's wife, and the war against Amalek.
     Chapter 26 talks about the covenant between God and his people and how what to do with the third year's tithe.
     Chapter 27 talks about the laws that are going to be written on stones in the promised land.  Curses are also mentioned on mount Ebal.

Day 74 Deuteronomy 28-30
     Chapter 28 talks about the blessings for obedience and the curses for disobedience.  Chapter 29 Moses remembers Israel.  The wrath of those who are happy with their wickedness.  The last verse in this chapter talks about secrets that belong to God alone.
     In chapter 30, mercies are promised to those who repent.

Day 75 Deuteronomy 31-34
     In chapter 31, Moses encourages the people and Joshua.  He tells them that the law is to be read every 7 years, and a song is given to them as warning to the foretold breaking of the covenant by the Israelites.
     In chapter 32, the great things God has done for Israel is mentioned along with all the wicked things Israel has done.  Moses goes up to mount Nebo to die.
     In chapter 33, the blessings of the 12 tribes and strength to believers is given.
     In chapter 34, Moses views the promised land from Mount Nebo.  Moses is buried and the people mourn.  Joshua succeeds Moses.

Day 76 Joshua 1-2; Psalm 105
     Joshua 1, the Lord encourages Joshua, for he needed strength and courage for which God promised o provide (Deut 31:6,72; Josh 1:6-7)  Joshua also needed to obey God.  Joshua told the people to get food ready to take with them for in three days they were going to cross the Jordon River.
     In Joshua 2, two spies have been sent out from Jericho to Canaan.  God wanted them sent so that they would meet Rahab.  She was a women who was in sin, but had heard about God and he was working in her to change.  The King of Jericho heard about the spies and that they were in Rahab's house.  She hid them on her roof under some flax.  Rahab lied and told the King's men that they were gone.  There is no excuse for a lie, but she tells it (see also Hebrews 11:31).
     She let the spies down a rope from her window and told them to wait in the mountains for 3 days.  She also asked the spies to promise to save her and her father's house from Israel, for which they did.
     Psalm 105 talks about the call to serve and praise the Lord, His gracious dealings with Israel, and their deliverance from Egypt into Canaan.

Day 77 No reading

Have a blessed week!!

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  1. I'm always amazed at how much is covered in The Bible. Truly a living word.
    I'm visiting today from Lovin' the weekend, and I'm following now too.

  2. These are great resources!! Thank you so much for all this work you put into it and for sharing it!! God bless!

  3. This is a great idea! So important to get the word in them! Thanks so much for sharing these!

    Forest Rose

  4. Thanks for linking up with Woman to Woman's Word Filled Wednesday! God bless!

  5. The printables are a really great idea. Thanks for sharing and linking up to What'd You Do This Weekend! Hope you have a merry Christmas :-)

    --Ashley @

  6. Thanks for sharing at Essential Fridays.
    Have a blessed Christmas and New Year.
    Mel from Essential Thing Devotions

  7. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. Wishing you a lovely weekend and a very Merry Christmas♥

  8. These are really useful and I love that you made a guide so that other homeschoolers can follow along and learn. Love it! Thanks so much for linking these post up at the #homeschoollinkup! Personally, I really appreciate everything that you do. Your kids are very lucky.

    Happy New Year!