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LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 OUTLINE What happens next

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 1 Acts 1.1–11

Jesus goes up

After Jesus dies and is raised to life, Jesus goes around to everyone showing that he really is alive. But then another amazing thing happens. Jesus goes away in a very surprising way.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 2 Acts 2.1–13

God's Holy Spirit comes down

After Jesus is taken up into the sky, the disciples wait in Jerusalem, just like Jesus told them to. Jesus has told them that God the Father is going to give them a gift. No one knows what this gift is until the day when another amazing thing happens.

 

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 3 Acts 2.14–41

What Peter says

After Jesus is taken up into heaven, the disciples receive the promised gift of the Holy Spirit and amazing things happen. All the people around them don’t understand what is going on. Peter speaks to the crowd to tell them what’s going on.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 4 Acts 2.42–47

More faithful followers of Jesus

After Jesus is taken up into heaven, the disciples receive the promised gift of the Holy Spirit and amazing things happen. The people in the crowd listen as Peter tells them the Very Good News that Jesus is the Promised King. Many, many people become followers of Jesus. God is growing his people.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 5 Acts 8.26–40

Philip tells a man from Africa about Jesus

Jesus’ faithful followers spend their time praying, listening to the apostles teaching them about Jesus, hanging out together and eating together. They are also very thankful for everything God has done. Jesus’ faithful followers tell others the Very Good News about Jesus.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 6 Acts 9.1–19

Saul = Paul

The church grew and grew. More people recognised and received Jesus as their King. But some people were not happy about this. Some people made life very difficult for Jesus’ faithful followers. One person who did not like Christians was a man called Saul.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 7 Acts 12.25–13.52

Paul goes

When Paul becomes a follower of Jesus, he starts telling people the amazing news about Jesus straight away. God has a special plan for Paul. God wants Paul to go and tell the whole world about Jesus. And this is what Paul does.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 8 Acts 16.1–19.22

Churches, churches everywhere

When Paul becomes a follower of Jesus, everything changes. He used to put faithful followers in prison. Now, Paul travels to different places so that he can tell people about Jesus. The people who follow Jesus meet together as the church. There are churches everywhere.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 9 Ephesians 2.1–16

What Paul says

God tells Paul to go and tell people about Jesus. Paul goes and many churches start because of Paul’s work. But Paul is put in prison because he is a faithful follower. While Paul is in prison, he writes letters to help the churches keep on being faithful.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 10 1 John 4.7–21

What John says

John was an apostle. This means that John had the special job of telling other people about how Jesus died and came alive again. John wrote some books in God’s New Words, the New Testament. He wanted people to keep on faithfully following Jesus.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 What happens next

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Jesus has shown that he is the Promised King, the one who God sent to fix the brokenness of our world. After Jesus dies and comes to life again, everything changes for the faithful followers of Jesus. This term we will learn about what happened next for faithful followers of King Jesus.

This unit contains one term outline plus ten lessons for Early Childhood. The sample lesson pictured is Lesson 1 from this unit.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 OUTLINE What happens next

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 1 Acts 1.1–11

Jesus goes up

After Jesus dies and is raised to life, Jesus goes around to everyone showing that he really is alive. But then another amazing thing happens. Jesus goes away in a very surprising way.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 2 Acts 2.1–13

God's Holy Spirit comes down

After Jesus is taken up into the sky, the disciples wait in Jerusalem, just like Jesus told them to. Jesus has told them that God the Father is going to give them a gift. No one knows what this gift is until the day when another amazing thing happens.

 

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 3 Acts 2.14–41

What Peter says

After Jesus is taken up into heaven, the disciples receive the promised gift of the Holy Spirit and amazing things happen. All the people around them don’t understand what is going on. Peter speaks to the crowd to tell them what’s going on.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 4 Acts 2.42–47

More faithful followers of Jesus

After Jesus is taken up into heaven, the disciples receive the promised gift of the Holy Spirit and amazing things happen. The people in the crowd listen as Peter tells them the Very Good News that Jesus is the Promised King. Many, many people become followers of Jesus. God is growing his people.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 5 Acts 8.26–40

Philip tells a man from Africa about Jesus

Jesus’ faithful followers spend their time praying, listening to the apostles teaching them about Jesus, hanging out together and eating together. They are also very thankful for everything God has done. Jesus’ faithful followers tell others the Very Good News about Jesus.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 6 Acts 9.1–19

Saul = Paul

The church grew and grew. More people recognised and received Jesus as their King. But some people were not happy about this. Some people made life very difficult for Jesus’ faithful followers. One person who did not like Christians was a man called Saul.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 7 Acts 12.25–13.52

Paul goes

When Paul becomes a follower of Jesus, he starts telling people the amazing news about Jesus straight away. God has a special plan for Paul. God wants Paul to go and tell the whole world about Jesus. And this is what Paul does.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 8 Acts 16.1–19.22

Churches, churches everywhere

When Paul becomes a follower of Jesus, everything changes. He used to put faithful followers in prison. Now, Paul travels to different places so that he can tell people about Jesus. The people who follow Jesus meet together as the church. There are churches everywhere.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 9 Ephesians 2.1–16

What Paul says

God tells Paul to go and tell people about Jesus. Paul goes and many churches start because of Paul’s work. But Paul is put in prison because he is a faithful follower. While Paul is in prison, he writes letters to help the churches keep on being faithful.

LITTLE LIVING WORDS B Term 4 LESSON 10 1 John 4.7–21

What John says

John was an apostle. This means that John had the special job of telling other people about how Jesus died and came alive again. John wrote some books in God’s New Words, the New Testament. He wanted people to keep on faithfully following Jesus.

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