Kingdom Curriculum

17. The Right Thing

-In this life, we are going to be told many different things, as youth, regarding what is right and wrong. We know from 1 John 4:4 that greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world. So, if the devil is in the world, and the Spirit of God is in us, we need to be careful who we are listening to. If the devil…

16. Fathers And Mothers In The Faith

-What is the difference between an instructor and a father. Paul is talking to the Corinthian Christians and trying to relate. Because he is a man, he says father. We know everyone born has a father and a mother. Paul is not talking about a physical father because he says fathers; plural. We know we can…

15. Are You In Too Deep?

-You can read the story of Samson and get frustrated wondering how he could be so stupid. How can you tell someone your secret and they share it, and yet you continue to trust them? This isn’t just Samson’s story, but it could be all of our stories. No one ever starts off in life and says I want to be…

14. Grace Gospel

-The word for “Gospel,” in the original Greek, euaggelion (you on gelion), was very rarely used in the contemporary Greek literature at the time of the early church. The literal meaning of the word is: “nearly too good to be true news yet is 100% accurate,” which, in itself, explains why the word was…

13. Faith VS. Hope

-Romans 1:17 says the just shall live by faith. You might ask what is the just or who is the just. This means that everyone that has accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior is justified in His sight. This is really just saying the people of God do everything by faith. Salvation comes from faith, grace is by faith,…

12. Track Record With God

It’s easy to say God has got me, but to actually believe that in your heart is a lot harder. If you read about the Israelites throughout Exodus, it’s easy to get frustrated at how little they trusted God. Most scholars would guess about 2 million people were in Egypt as slaves and set free. This is important…

11. Moses Begged For What You Have

In Exodus 33:1 it starts off with God being upset with the people of Israel and He goes from calling them His people all through Exodus to calling them Moses’s people. He says to Moses, “the people you brought out of Egypt” and calls them “stiff necked people.” Remember they had whined, complained, and then built their own…