Samuel (CSSA Junior Stage 2 Lesson 17)
The life of Samuel acts as a perfect bridge between the time period of the Judges and the Kingdom of Israel. More then that though, we see an incredible example of a young boy dedicated from birth to the work of God and those who raised him up to lead Israel faithfully. No sin is recorded of Samuel in the whole record and what a wonderful example for us to aspire too as we raise up young minds to be devoted to our Heavenly Father for their whole lives.
This is Junior Lesson 17’s homework sheet (PDF) or (WORD) (Thanks to Jim S. for this homework sheet)
Memory Verse System
Please refer to this post for the memory verse activity for Stage 2.
This is Junior Lesson 17’s memory verse (PDF)(Remember – this page includes memory verses for lessons 16-18)
This is Junior Lesson 16-18 memory verse page (PDF)
Thanks to Kate B. for sharing these practical challenges.
Each week we hope to share a practical challenge that can be incorporated into the lesson or as homework.
Lesson 17 – Practical Challenge
Hannah made a very big promise to God and she kept it! Let’s make sure we always do what we say we are going to do!
Two dedicated Sunday School teachers have very useful Pinterest pages that link directly to the CSSA program.
Take a look at the corresponding Primary Lesson to get more craft ideas!
This is CSSA Junior Lesson 17 activity sheet (PDF)
These PDF documents are full of fantastic Bible marking ideas for the Intermediate level (or advanced Juniors) (Thanks to Christadelphian Studies for these Bible marking sheets!) Samuel: His Birth and Mission and The House of Eli
These PDF documents are full of fantastic Bible marking ideas for the Intermediate level (or advanced Juniors) from CSSA.
My heart rejoiceth in the Lord, mine horn is exalted in the Lord: my mouth is enlarged over mine enemies; because I rejoice in thy salvation. There is none holy as the Lord: for there is none beside thee: neither is there any rock like our God.
1 Samuel 2:1-2