Gideon’s Victory (Judges 6:36-7:25)

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This week’s SojournKids Bible lesson was “Gideon’s Victory” (Judges 6:36-7:25). Use the questions below to review it with your kids. You can also review the weekly North Star Catechism (below) and monthly SWORD Bible Memory (back).

READ: Judges 6:36-7:25 or Story 47 in the Gospel Story Bible

MAIN POINT: God uses broken people for His glory.

ASK: If you were going into battle against your enemies, what would you rather have—a trumpet or a sword?

ASK: Let’s ask the same question again. What would you rather have—a trumpet with God’s help or a sword and no help from God? Of course it would be better to have a trumpet with God’s help, because he is all-powerful, and he does not need a sword to win a battle.

ASK: Do you think Gideon’smen were afraid?  Yes, they were afraid, but God gave them faith to trust them for the victory.

Check out the daily devotionals that correspond with this week’s lesson in Long Story Short by Marty Machowski, week 47.  This week’s North Star catechism question is…

Is God great? Yes, and his greatness cannot be measured.

Psalm 121:7 The Lord will keep you from all harm; he will watch over your life.

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