Josiah, The Eight-Year-Old King (at Home for July 13th)

UncategorizedJared KennedyComment

sojournkids at homeThis week’s SojournKids Bible lesson was "Josiah, The Eight-Year-Old King” (2 Chronicles 34:1-33).  Use the questions below to review it with your kids. You can also review the weekly North Star Catechism (below). READ 2 Chronicles 34:1-33 or Story 70 in The Gospel Story Bible

ASK: What good things did Josiah do when he became king? Josiah began to seek God. He had people tear down the altars and high places to other gods

ASK: What did God promise Josiah? Josiah would not see God's judgment on Israel's idolatry because he had humbled himself. God is merciful, and he forgives everyone who trusts in him.

Check out the daily devotionals that correspond with this week’s lesson in the book, Long Story Short by Marty Machowski, pages 352-356

This week's North Star catechism question is...

63. What is the great commission Jesus gave to his church? He commissions his church to go and make disciples. We learn from Jesus and help others learn from him.

Mathew 28:19–Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit.

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