August 30 2020

August 30 2020

Unit Key Passage:

You have multiplied, O Lord my God, your wondrous deeds and your thoughts toward us; none can compare with you! I will proclaim and tell of them, yet they are more than can be told.”  – Psalm 40:5

Christ Connection

Jesus showed His glory to Peter, James, and John. Jesus said He would die, rise from the dead, and return to heaven. One day, Jesus will come back to earth in His glory to make all things new.

Story Point

Jesus showed his glory.

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Session Activity Pages

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Family Starting Point

Babies and Toddlers

  • Jesus showed His glory to Peter, James, and John.

  • God said Jesus is His beloved Son.

  • One day, everyone who loves Jesus will see His glory.

  • One day, Jesus will come again in His glory.

  • Jesus showed He is God’s Son.

Preschool

  • Jesus showed his glory.

  • Why did Jesus perform miracles? Jesus performed miracles to show He is the Son of God.

Kids

  • Jesus showed His glory to Peter, James, and John.

  • Why did Jesus perform miracles? Jesus performed miracles to glorify God, to show He is the Son of God, and to care for people.

    Bible Story

    As Jesus traveled and taught, people were trying to figure Him out. Who was this man? Was He a prophet? Was He crazy? Where did He come from? Some people thought He was John the Baptist who had been raised from the dead; others thought He was Elijah or another ancient prophet. Peter recognized Jesus as God’s Messiah. (See Luke 9:19-20.)

     One of the ways Jesus revealed His identity was through His miracles. Jesus performed miracles to glorify God, to show He is the Son of God, and to care for people. For three of Jesus’ disciples—Peter, James, and John—Jesus’ identity became even more clear when they witnessed His transfiguration, or change in appearance. The disciples accompanied Jesus to a mountain to pray. The location was likely Mount Hermon, which sits about 40 miles north of the Sea of Galilee.

     Jesus’ appearance changed as He prayed: His face changed and His clothes became dazzling white. Moses and Elijah appeared with Him, and they talked about Jesus’ upcoming departure (His death and resurrection). Peter, James, and John had been sleeping, but they awoke to the incredible sight.

     When you share with your kids, review who Moses and Elijah were. In the Old Testament, God called Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt. Later, Elijah was a prophet to Israel. As Moses and Elijah were leaving, a cloud covered the whole group and a voice—God the Father’s—said, “This is my Son, the Chosen One; listen to him!”

    Check the Gospel Project for Kids Family App for fun ways to interact with the Bible content this week.

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