David the King (CSSA Junior Stage 2 Lesson 24)
More then 10 years has passed since the prophet Samuel had anointed David as the next king of Israel. Through all the ups and downs David learned to rely on God more and more. As a young boy David had spent many hours writing God’s word in his mind, and God had used the circumstances of his life to write it on David’s heart. May we be faithful and trust God in whatever circumstances he brings us through “being confident of this very thing, that He which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” (Phil. 1:6)
Memory Verse System
Please refer to this post for the memory verse activity for Stage 2.
This is Junior Lesson 24’s memory verse (PDF)(Remember – this page includes memory verses for lessons 22-24)
This is Junior Lesson 22-24 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 24 – Practical Challenge
David was called “a man after God’s own heart”. He waited patiently and faithfully to become king even though he had been anointed by Samuel many years before. We must put our trust in God that He is working in our lives and will be with us if we try to follow Him.
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 24 activity sheet (PDF)
These PDF documents are full of fantastic Bible marking ideas for the Intermediate level (or advanced Juniors) from CSSA.
This is a very interesting short video clip explaining how Joab would have overtaken the city of Jebus. (Thanks to Deb B)
“And David reigned over all Israel; and David executed judgment and justice unto all his people.”
2 Samuel 8:15