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3rd-4th Grade Class

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O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds - Psalm 71:17

Our 3rd-4th grade class continues the curriculum (Our Spiritual Heritage) begun in the previous class. This curriculum is a comprehensive study of most stories in the Old and New Testaments. Timelines are used to help the children understand where each story fits in Biblical history. Family Bible study at home is also strongly encouraged and is a critical part of the approach of this curriculum.

As the children in this class are growing in maturity, they are given opportunity to explore more fully the truths revealed in the stories and applications that can be made. The lessons are taught in an engaging way to help the children grasp the concepts and remember the key elements of each study and how they fit into God's overall plan.

Bible lesson schedule for this quarter:

Sunday Date Subject Lesson Text
April 5
God makes the plants (and animals) from which bread comes.

Genesis 1:1-11


April 12
God helps Joseph provide bread for his family (and all Egypt) when famine comes

Genesis 37-50

April 19

Moses and the Israelites don't have time for the bread to rise

Exodus 12

April 26

God send manna to Israelites in the wilderness

Israelites complain. God send fiery serpents!

Exodus 16


Num. 21:4-9



May 3

The Israelites ate the bounty of the promised land and that day manna ceased

Joshua 5:10-12



May 10
Ravens feed Elijah bread. A Widow shares her bread with Elijah
1 Kings 16:29-17:16
May 17

Elisha saves the stew and then feeds 100 people with 20 loaves of barley and some fresh ears of grain.

2 Kings 4:38-44



May 24

One day people are starving and the next day God provides cheap bread just as Elisha had prophesied.

2 Kings 6:24-7:20

May 31

Isaiah and Ezekiel teach valuable lessons about bread.

Isaiah 55:2-3; Ezekiel 16:48-50; Matthew 25:31-46; John 4:30-38

June 7

Haggai explains that bread is scarce because the people have nglected rebuilding God's house

Haggai 1-2

June 14

Jesus is the Living Bread

Matthew 4:1-11;
Matthew 6:25-34
John 6:1-59

June 21

I don't have to be hungry (lonely, confused, overwhelmed) and more.

Matthew 5:6; Matthew 26:26-29;
1 Corinthians 11:23-29 

June 28





O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds