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LIVING WORDS B Term 1 LESSON 1 Psalm 1

Blessed is the one

Psalm 1 gives us a picture of two ways of living and shows us what the book of Psalms is all about. The way of faithfulness is when a person obeys God's law and enjoys the fruitful abundance of God's blessing. This is the way God made us to live. The other way to live, the way of unfaithfulness, can only end in ruin.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 2 Psalm 46

God is our refuge and strength

The brokenness and sin in our world may make us scared about the future. But when we read Psalm 46, we are reminded that we do not need to be scared because God, the Great King, is powerful over every part of our world.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 3 Psalm 148

Psalm 148

What can we do for God, the Great King, who made our world and everything in it and around it? We should praise him! We should tell God how great he is because of his great power and love.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 4 Proverbs 1.1–7

Learning to be wise

What is wisdom and how can we get it? Wisdom, or being wise, is knowing how to live as God's people in God's world. The book of Proverbs helps us find out how to make good choices in God’s world. And it all starts with honouring God, the Great King.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 5 Proverbs 1.8–9; 12.15; 19.20, 27

Learning to listen

Proverbs shows us how to be wise in many parts of our lives. The first thing that learners of wisdom are taught to do is to carefully listen to things that will make them wise.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 6 Proverbs 12.26; 17.17; 18.24; 27.6, 17

Learning about friends

Learning about friends is also part of being wise. In the book of Proverbs, we learn about how to be a good friend and how to choose good friends.

LIVING WORDS Term 2 LESSON 7 Isaiah 5.1–7

The problem with Israel

Isaiah is God's messenger to the people of Judah. Isaiah has the job of telling the people of Judah about a big problem they have and what God, the Great King, will do about it.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 8 Isaiah 9.1–7

The cure for Israel

Although Israel has been unfaithful, God, the Great King, will not give up on them. God promises that even though everything is dark, it will not be dark forever. God is bringing a day of promise and hope in the form of a child. But this child is a divine King who will make everything right.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 9 Joel 1.1–4; 2.1–14

Under attack!

An invasion of locusts has destroyed the crops of God’s people. Joel tells God’s people about how God is coming in judgement against his people. God will bring an army and they will attack God’s people just like the locusts did. The only thing for God’s people to do is return to faithfully following the Great King.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 10 Joel 2.18–32

Overflowing!

After God’s people turn away from their unfaithfulness, God promises to send so much blessing that everything will be overflowing. Even more than this, God promises to pour out his Spirit on all of his people.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 Living in God’s world

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The Wise Words in God’s Old Words, the Old Testament, teach us about how to faithfully live in God’s world. There are many different types of writing including songs, prayers, poems and sayings that teach us how to make faithful choices that honour God and care for others. They also include God’s words to Israel that were spoken through his messengers, the prophets. The Wise Words help us to be faithful to the Great King. This term, we will be learning about how to live as God’s people in God’s world.

LIVING WORDS B Term 1 LESSON 1 Psalm 1

Blessed is the one

Psalm 1 gives us a picture of two ways of living and shows us what the book of Psalms is all about. The way of faithfulness is when a person obeys God's law and enjoys the fruitful abundance of God's blessing. This is the way God made us to live. The other way to live, the way of unfaithfulness, can only end in ruin.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 2 Psalm 46

God is our refuge and strength

The brokenness and sin in our world may make us scared about the future. But when we read Psalm 46, we are reminded that we do not need to be scared because God, the Great King, is powerful over every part of our world.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 3 Psalm 148

Psalm 148

What can we do for God, the Great King, who made our world and everything in it and around it? We should praise him! We should tell God how great he is because of his great power and love.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 4 Proverbs 1.1–7

Learning to be wise

What is wisdom and how can we get it? Wisdom, or being wise, is knowing how to live as God's people in God's world. The book of Proverbs helps us find out how to make good choices in God’s world. And it all starts with honouring God, the Great King.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 5 Proverbs 1.8–9; 12.15; 19.20, 27

Learning to listen

Proverbs shows us how to be wise in many parts of our lives. The first thing that learners of wisdom are taught to do is to carefully listen to things that will make them wise.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 6 Proverbs 12.26; 17.17; 18.24; 27.6, 17

Learning about friends

Learning about friends is also part of being wise. In the book of Proverbs, we learn about how to be a good friend and how to choose good friends.

LIVING WORDS Term 2 LESSON 7 Isaiah 5.1–7

The problem with Israel

Isaiah is God's messenger to the people of Judah. Isaiah has the job of telling the people of Judah about a big problem they have and what God, the Great King, will do about it.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 8 Isaiah 9.1–7

The cure for Israel

Although Israel has been unfaithful, God, the Great King, will not give up on them. God promises that even though everything is dark, it will not be dark forever. God is bringing a day of promise and hope in the form of a child. But this child is a divine King who will make everything right.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 9 Joel 1.1–4; 2.1–14

Under attack!

An invasion of locusts has destroyed the crops of God’s people. Joel tells God’s people about how God is coming in judgement against his people. God will bring an army and they will attack God’s people just like the locusts did. The only thing for God’s people to do is return to faithfully following the Great King.

LIVING WORDS B Term 2 LESSON 10 Joel 2.18–32

Overflowing!

After God’s people turn away from their unfaithfulness, God promises to send so much blessing that everything will be overflowing. Even more than this, God promises to pour out his Spirit on all of his people.

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