níveis:

L – 1ª à 4ª

M – 5º e 8º

Descrição do Curso  – Os alunos irão começar a leitura ano a partir de cada capítulo no livro de John. Eles também irá ler em Apocalipse de João e de todos os profetas maiores e menores. Os alunos irão memorizar e aplicar as Escrituras, bem como aprender algum fundo histórico e geográfico para o que estão lendo.

Nota para os pais: os Ls está lendo NIrV eo Ms está lendo VNI. Eu não uso o NIV, mas eu escolhi estes como o mais acessível para eles. Se você quer que seu filho a ler outra versão, basta clicar no link fornecido e ter o seu filho escolher a sua versão do menu no topo da página. Se você quiser saber mais sobre mim e minha formação bíblica e crenças, clique aqui .

Estas são as suas atribuições, a menos que outra atribuição é escrito em enquanto você está lendo o livro de João. (Você não vai fazer essas atribuições para sempre, apenas no início do ano.)

L Copiar o que você pensa é o verso mais importante (ou parte de um verso). Se o seu filho mais novo está lutando com a escrita, você pode tê-lo ler para você o verso mais importante.

M Faça o que você acha que é a lição mais importante a partir da leitura. Ore e peça a Deus para ajudá-lo a aprender / vivê-la.

Dia 1

L Leia João 1: 35-51

M Leia John 1

Dia 2

L   Leia João 2

M    Leia João 2

Dia 3

L e M Leia João 3

O que é a vida eterna em contraste com? (resposta: perecimento, ou seja, morte ou destruição )

dia 4

L Leia João 4: 43-54

M Leia João 4

dia 5

L Leia João 5: 16-30

M Leia John 5

dia 6

L Leia  João 6: 1-23

M Leia  João 6

dia 7

L Leia  João 7: 25-44   Eles sabiam que o Messias nasceria em Belém, mas eles não sabiam que é onde Jesus tinha nascido!

M Leia João 7

dia 8

L Leia  João 8: 31-41   Hoje para a sua escrita Bíblia responder a estas perguntas. Quem são realmente os discípulos de Jesus? (Veja no versículo 31.) Agora pergunte a um de seus pais para explicar os versículos 34 e 35.

M Leia  João 8   Olhe para atribuição L’s acima. Responder à mesma pergunta hoje e também escrever uma explicação dos versículos 34 e 35.

dia 9

L Leia  John 9: 13-34   Jesus acabado de curar um homem que tinha nascido cego e os fariseus estão questionando-o sobre o que aconteceu.

M Leia  João 9

dia 10

L Leia  João 10: 1-21

M Leia João 10

dia 11

L Leia  João 11: 32-44

M Leia João 11

dia 12

L Leia  João 12: 12-19

M Leia João 12

dia 13

L Leia  João 13: 31-38

M Leia  João 13   Hoje responder a esta pergunta: Por que foi significativo que Jesus lavou os pés dos discípulos?

dia 14

L Leia  João 14 01:13

M Leia  João 14

dia 15

L Leia  João 15: 7-17   (a “dar frutos” significa tornar-se mais semelhante a Jesus-ter amor, alegria, paz, paciência, bondade …)

M Leia João 15   (a “dar frutos” significa tornar-se mais semelhante a Jesus-ter amor, alegria, paz, paciência, bondade …)

dia 16

L Leia  João 16: 22-33

M Leia  João 16

dia 17

L Leia  João 17: 20-25

M Leia  João 17

dia 18

L Leia  João 18: 15-27

M Leia  João 18

dia 19

L Leia  João 19: 1-16

M Leia João 19

dia 20

L Leia João 19: 17-36

M Leia  Salmo 22    Que frases aqui você pode achar que ponto a crucificação de Jesus?

dia 21

L  Read John 20:1-9

M  Read John 20

Day 22

L  Read John 21:1-14, 25

M  Read John 21

Day 23

L  Read Isaiah 1:11-19  What is God saying to His people? What does He really want?

M  Read Isaiah 1  (note verses 11-19)

Day 24

L  Read Isaiah 2:1-5

M  Read Isaiah 2  What are some of the wonderful things that will be established in the “last days”?

Day 25

L  Read Isaiah 3:16-24

M  Read Isaiah 3  What is God in control of? What is He capable of doing? (note especially the first verse)

Day 26

L  Read Isaiah 4:2-6  Jesus is the Branch of the Lord. He’s the king of Israel.

M  Read Isaiah 4  This is talking about when Jesus will reign in Israel as king.

Day 27

L  Read Isaiah 5:1-7  Who is the song talking about? Who is “He”? (highlight answer: God)  Who is the vineyard? (highlight answer: Israel) What do you think it means that the vineyard had bad grapes? (verse 4) What did God do to the vineyard, to Israel, because they weren’t obeying His law and loving Him and their neightbors? (verses 5 and 6)  Write the answers in your notebook. Does God love Israel? (highlight answer: yes, verse 6 “he takes delight” in them)

M  Read Isaiah 5  Write a summary of what this chapter is saying about Israel, the vineyard.

Day 28

L  Read Isaiah 6:1-8  Isaiah has a vision of God on His throne. What else does he see there? What does he hear there? Write the answers in your notebook.

M  Read Isaiah 6  Why is Isaiah afraid? (This is similar to when Peter was afraid when he first realized that Jesus was a holy man.) Why is this a proper reaction? What makes it so we can be in God’s presence and not die?

Day 29

L  Read Isaiah 7:10-16  This is Isaiah talking to King Ahaz. In verse 14 who is Isaiah talking about? Whose name will be Immanuel? (highlight answer: Jesus) This verse is a prophecy about Jesus’ miraculous birth. Copy verse 14 into your Bible notebook.

M  Read Isaiah 7  Copy the verse that contains the prophecy about Jesus’ miraculous birth.

U  Read Isaiah 7  Some Jews argue that the Hebrew isn’t “virgin” but a young lady. Mary still fulfills the prophecy, but I contend that in their culture being a young lady meant that you were a virgin. It would be unusual circumstances for that not to be so. In fact the word for woman and wife are the same word. You were either a virgin or a wife, a young lady or a woman.

Day 30

L  Read Isaiah 11  These verses describe Jesus. Write down some of the things it says about Him.

M  Read Isaiah 11  Jesus is the branch in the first verse. In verse two what are the different words used to describe the Holy Spirit. List them. I know this is talking about the Holy Spirit because that is the one spirit that fills Jesus. In verses three and four what does it say about how Jesus judges? What doesn’t He do? What does He do? Just a note, verse 6 in people’s minds says “and the lion will lie down with the lamb.” That’s not what it says, does it? There are lots of pictures  of lions and lambs  together because of this verse that people remember incorrectly.

Day 31

L  Read Isaiah 12  What does this chapter say that we are supposed to tell the world (“nations” means countries)?

M  Read Isaiah 12  List all the commands in this chapter. What are all the things you are commanded to do?

Day 32

L  Read Isaiah 39  This is Isaiah talking to King Hezekiah. What does he tell him? How does King Hezekiah respond? What do you think of what King Hezekiah says? (You can tell someone your answers. You don’t have to write them down.)

M  Read Isaiah 39  This is Isaiah talking to King Hezekiah. What does he tell him? How does King Hezekiah respond? What do you think of what King Hezekiah says?

Day 33

L Leia Isaías 40: 12-26   Qual é o ponto de todas as questões no início desta parte do capítulo, o que eles dizem sobre Deus? Quando você sabe que sobre Deus, quão tola que parece que alguém toma um pedaço de madeira, paga alguém para fazer uma estátua de fora e, em seguida, chama-lhe um deus e pede a sua ajuda?

M Leia Isaías 40   O contraste é mostrado aqui entre Deus e os ídolos?

dia 34

L Leia Isaías 41: 4-7   Este é semelhante a Isaías 40. As pessoas têm medo, mas em vez de se voltar para Deus eles o seu próprio deus. Por que eles acham que algo que eles fizeram com as próprias mãos poderia ajudá-los? As pessoas fazem isso hoje? As pessoas confiam no que foi feito por mãos humanas para protegê-los? Eles fazem! De que maneiras? (Há muitas maneiras.) Você confia em Deus ou do homem para protegê-lo? O final do último verso isso é engraçado. Eles têm que pregar para baixo seu “deus” para mantê-lo de cair! Como bobagem pensar esta estátua que não pode sequer levantar-se poderia protegê-los!

M Leia Isaías 41   Look at versos 4-7. Você vê a ironia de Deus fazer as pessoas que, em seguida, fazer o seu deus? Eu acho que é engraçado que eles estão fazendo um ídolo para protegê-los, mas não pode mesmo ficar em sua própria. Eles têm de pregá-lo para baixo!

dia 35

L Leia Isaías 42: 5-9

M Leia Isaías 42   O que este capítulo nos dizer sobre Jesus?

dia 36

L Leia Isaías 43: 1-2   Em Romanos 11 Deus nos diz que as pessoas que não são judeus se tornar parte de “Israel” quando acreditamos e somos salvos. Assim, podemos ler promessas de Deus para Israel como Deus falando conosco. Suas promessas eram para Israel físico, a terra que deu ao seu povo, mas também suas promessas têm um significado espiritual para aqueles que acreditam! Anote uma promessa que Deus faz nestes versos.

M Leia Isaías 43 . Em Romanos 11 Deus nos diz que as pessoas que não são judeus se tornar parte de “Israel” quando acreditamos e somos salvos. Assim, podemos ler promessas de Deus para Israel como Deus falando conosco. Suas promessas eram para Israel físico, mas também suas promessas têm um significado espiritual para aqueles que acreditam! Anote algumas coisas neste capítulo ensina sobre quem é Deus. Anote algumas das promessas que ele faz ao seu povo.

dia 37

L Leia Isaías 44: 15-17 . Aqui, novamente, Deus está mostrando o quão estúpido é para fazer o seu próprio deus. As pessoas ainda fazem isso? Como? Pergunte às pessoas o que eles pensam sobre Deus e eles dizem: “Bem, para mim, Deus é …” Eles estão criando seu próprio Deus. Há pessoas que decidem que Deus não enviar as pessoas para o inferno. Há pessoas que decidem que Deus não odeia o pecado. Eles estão criando seu próprio deus.

M  Read Isaiah 44.  Here again God is showing how silly it is to make your own god. Do people still do this? How? Ask people what they think about God and they say, “Well, to me, God is…”  They are creating their own God. There are people who decide that God doesn’t send people to hell. There are people who decide that God doesn’t hate sin. They are creating their own god.  Are there any ways you are making your own image of God that doesn’t match what the Bible teaches us about God? Or are there other things you are making into a god by saying, “Save me” to someone or something that isn’t God? Think about it.

Day 38

L  Read Isaiah 45:5-7  What is something the Lord says He does? In verse 7, do any of those things surprise you that the Lord does them?

M  Read Isaiah 45.  What is something this chapter teaches us about God? What does this chapter teach you about what you should do?

Day 39

L  Read Isaiah 46:3-5. What is a promise God makes?  What’s the answer to the questions in verse 5? Nothing, no one!

M  Read Isaiah 46.  What is something you learn about God from this chapter? What is a promise He makes in this chapter? Zion is Jerusalem or heaven. In the news you hear about zionism which is the belief that the Jewish people have the right to the land of Israel. Zionists are those that hold that belief. Of course, God is ruling over all of this. Israel’s whole history is that of being taken from their land, being attacked by enemies, etc. because of their stubbornness and sinful ways. Praise God one day Jesus will come back and restore all things! Here are a couple of places where God makes the promise. What the Bible describes includes not only Israel and Palestine (which by the way translates to Philistine) but also all of Jordon and parts of Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

Day 40

L  Read Isaiah 47:8-11.  This is a warning from God. Who is being warned?

M  Read Isaiah 47.  Who is this a warning to? What is the warning?

Day 41

L  Read Isaiah 48:17-22. What does God want from us? (verse 18)

M  Read Isaiah 48. What is something you learn about God in this chapter? What is something God says He wants from us?

Day 42

L  Read Isaiah 49:6-7  Who does God want to be saved?

M  Read Isaiah 49.  Verse 6 is talking about Jesus. What were the two parts of His job? (Gentiles are non-Jews–meaning everyone who isn’t a Jew)

Day 43

L  Read Isaiah 50:7-10. What’s something we learn about God from this section of Isaiah 50?

M  Read Isaiah 50.  Copy verse four and pray that you would receive the same.

Day 44

L  Read Isaiah 51 :5-8.  What does this say is going to happen? Why do we not have to be afraid, what does God tell us?

M  Read Isaiah 51.  Notice verse 12. God is saying, “Why would you be afraid?” What reasons does God give to not be afraid?

Day 45

L  Read Isaiah 52:7-10.  This section talks about “good news.” What’s the good news?

M  Read Isaiah 52.  What’s something you learn about God from this chapter? What’s something you are told you should (or shouldn’t do)?

Day 46

L  Read Isaiah 53:2-8  This is about Jesus dying for us to save us. It was written hundreds of years before Jesus was born. It is a prophesy. What is something it says He did for us?

M  Read Isaiah 53.  This is a prophecy about Jesus. What are some things it says that Jesus did for us?

Day 47

L  Read Isaiah 55:1-2. In the New Testament we learn that Jesus is the “bread” of life and the Holy Spirit is living “water.” These verses invite the reader to come to God. It’s free!  Read Isaiah 55:6-8. Copy verse 8.

M  Read Isaiah 55.   What’s something you learn about God from this chapter?

Day 48

L  Read Isaiah 56:6-8. For your verse you can write “My house will be called a house of prayer.” This is what Jesus says when he drives the money changers out of the temple. Only Jews could enter the temple. The outer court was for Gentiles (people who weren’t Jews) to come and pray, but they had made it into a market place so there was no place for foreigners to pray and seek God. Jesus didn’t like that! He was quoting from this chapter of Isaiah.

M  Read Isaiah 56.  Jesus was quoting from this chapter of Isaiah verse 7 when he drives the money changers out of the temple. Only Jews could enter the temple. The outer court was for Gentiles (people who weren’t Jews) to come and pray, but they had made it into a market place so there was no place for foreigners to pray and seek God. Jesus didn’t like that!

Day 49

L  Read Isaiah 58:4-8.  This chapter is God telling the Jewish leaders He’s not happy with their fasting. They think they are doing a great thing by fasting, but God hates how they act while they are fasting and is not happy or impressed. Then He tells them what He really wants them to be doing: freeing people, feeding people, clothing people, helping the homeless…

M  Read Isaiah 58.  I was healed once reading this chapter. Read verses 7-8. I told the Lord I was doing all those things and so my healing should come quickly. I was healed right that second. I had had bad back pain for almost a month. And I had been delivering food and clothing to the homeless and we actually had an adult orphan who didn’t have a place to stay living with us at the time. God’s word is true! Use verse 7 to list some of the things God wants us to do.

Day 50

L  Read Isaiah 59:15-21. A time may come when it feels like everyone is telling lies about Christians and everyone is against us. But God can save us from any situation. What is one thing God says He will do for us?

M  Read Isaiah 59. A time may come when it feels like everyone is telling lies about Christians and everyone is against us. But God can save us from any situation. What are some promises God makes to us when that happens?

Day 51

L  Read Isaiah 60:18-22.  This prophesy hasn’t come true yet, and it won’t until the world as we know it ends. People look at the end of the world as a bad thing, but it is a good thing since Jesus will reign as King and promises a new earth to us. What’s one thing that God promises in this part of the Bible?

M Leia Isaías 60 . Esta profecia não se cumpriu ainda, e ele não vai até que o mundo como nós o conhecemos termina. As pessoas olham para o fim do mundo como uma coisa ruim, mas é uma coisa boa, pois Jesus reinará como Rei e promete uma nova terra para nós. Liste as promessas de coisas para vir nos versos 18-22.

dia 52

G Leia Is 61: 1-2 . Estes são os versos Jesus ler quando ele começou seu ministério. Ele deixou de fora a fim embora. Ele anunciou o ano em que Deus vai libertar o Seu povo (através do envio de Jesus), mas ele não anunciou o ano em que ele vai pagar de volta seus inimigos. Que ainda está por vir. O que é uma coisa versículo um diz que Jesus veio fazer?

M Leia Isaías 61 . Que promessa neste capítulo é mais significativo para você?

dia 53

L Leia Isaías 63: 1-6 . O que Deus diz que Ele tem feito? Por quê?

M Leia Isaías 63 . Verso 7 até o fim são, basicamente, a história de Israel. E outra vez que ela passou por este ciclo. Qual é a história que ela fica repetindo?

dia 54

L Leia Isaías 64: 3-9 . O que significa que Deus é o oleiro, e nós somos o barro?

M Leia Isaías 64 . O que significa que Deus é o oleiro, e nós somos o barro? Como Deus trabalhar conosco como o barro?

dia 55

L Leia Isaías 65: 11-14 . Quem é prometido coisas boas? Quem é prometido coisas ruins?

M Leia Isaías 65 . O que é prometido aqueles que servem a Deus? O que é prometido àqueles que fazem o mal?

dia 56

L Leia Isaías 66: 12-16 . O que é uma coisa prometeu aos que O servem? O que é uma coisa prometida para aqueles que não fazer?

M Leia Isaías 66 . No versículo 2 diz que Deus estima o humilde e contrito de espírito. O que isso significa?

dia 57

L Leia Jeremias 1: 4-9 . O que é o protesto de Jeremias? Como Deus encorajá-lo?

M Leia Jeremias 1 . Qual é a promessa de Deus a Jeremias (e todos aqueles que Ele chama e envia)?

dia 58

L  Read Jeremiah 2:1-5.  What happened to those who hurt (destroyed) Israel?  What happened to those that worshiped worthless things? One definition of worship is being devoted to something. Have you ever worshiped something other than God (been devoted to something so that you could hardly stand to go without)? Have you ever made something into an idol? Do you have an idol now you need to confess and get rid of?

M  Read Jeremiah 2.  Reread verse 5. What happened to those that worshiped worthless things? One definition of worship is being devoted to something. Have you ever worshiped something other than God (been devoted to something so that you could hardly stand to go without)? Have you ever made something into an idol? Do you have an idol now that you need to confess and get rid of?

Day 59

L  Read Jeremiah 4:1-4.  If Israel turns to God, then what does He promise? If they are stubborn against God, what does He promise?

M  Read Jeremiah 4.  Name one promise and one warning in this chapter.

Day 60

L  Read Jeremiah 5:21-25.  What happened because of their sin?

M  Read Jeremiah 5.  What does verse 25 mean? Do you think you’ve ever lost a blessing because of disobedience? What should you do about what this verse says?

Day 61

L  Read Jeremiah 6:16-19  If we walk in the “good” way, what do we get? If we don’t follow God, what do we get?

M  Read Jeremiah 6.  Look at verse 16. What is God’s promise if we walk in His way? What does that mean?

Day 62

L  Read Jeremiah 7:1-10. What keeps us safe?

M  Read Jeremiah 7.  What keeps us safe?  (vs. 10)

Day 63

L  Read Jeremiah 9:5-13  God is talking in this passage.  Think about what the Garden of Eden must have been like. Beautiful, fruitful, etc. Now look at this picture from an area people believe was part of the Garden of Eden based on the rivers mentioned in the Bible. What happened to get from the Garden of Eden to desert? I’m not asking about geography; I’m asking about people’s hearts.

M Leia Jeremias 9 . Jeremiah é conhecido como o choro Profeta. Versículos 25 e 26 de talk de ser incircunciso em seu coração. Esta é aludindo ao Novo Testamento. Isto está dando um indício de que o povo de Deus será mais do que apenas os nascidos judeus e que são circuncidados em 8 dias de idade para mostrá-lo. O que significa ser “incircunciso de coração?” Aqui está um verso NT sobre ser circuncidado no coração .

dia 64

L Leia Jeremias 10: 1-16 . Quem fez toda a terra? Quem fez os ídolos de madeira e de ouro e prata? Que Deus pode fazer? O que os ídolos pode fazer? Eu acho que é engraçado como ele diz que eles tinham que pregar para baixo seus ídolos para mantê-los de cair mas eles trataram-nos como se tivessem poder para salvá-los.

M Leia Jeremias 10 . Olhe especialmente os versículos 21 e 23. O que esses versículos ensinam sobre o que você precisa fazer?

dia 65

L Leia Jeremias 11: 6-11 . Isto é o que seus pais estão tentando ensinar você quando eles discipliná-lo. Sim, eles querem que você aprender certas coisas estão erradas, mas maior do que isso, eles querem que você aprender que a obediência traz bênção e desobediência traz ira. Esta é a lição da Bíblia. E, claro, todos nós pecamos por isso estamos em apuros! É por isso que Jesus veio. Ele perdoou os nossos pecados e nos deu o Seu Espírito para que tivesse o poder de escolher obedecer. Ele torna possível para nós para receber a bênção, todas as coisas boas!

M Leia Jeremias 11 . Qual é a lição de versos 6 – 11? Veja o versículo 16. Leia estes versos de Romanos . Ele está falando de Israel de ser uma oliveira e não judeus sendo feito parte daquela árvore. O que ele diz sobre alguns dos judeus / ramos? Como isso se relaciona com o que você lê em Jeremias?

dia 66

L Leia Jeremias 12: 12-17 . Qual é a história Deus está dizendo aqui? Recontar a um pai. O que Deus está dizendo aqui? Exércitos inimigos estão indo para destruir Israel, mas cuja espada eles são realmente? (versículo 12) Mas o que versículos 15 e 16 dizem? Será que Deus ainda ama Israel e aqueles que seguem seus caminhos? Os seus pais ainda te amo quando eles discipliná-lo?

M Leia Jeremias 12 . Recontar este capítulo para um pai.

dia 67

L  Read Jeremiah 13:1-10. How is Israel like the belt God told Jeremiah to wear and then to hide?

M  Read Jeremiah 13. Do you think you could obey God without questioning like Jeremiah does when it seems to make no sense (put on a belt, take it off, hide it, get it)?

Day 68

L  Read Jeremiah 14:19-22. God has sent punishment to Israel (Judah) because of their sin. They ask if God will change His mind. Then they do what they need to do in order for God to heal them and take away the punishment. They repent. They confess their sin and decide to follow the one, true God again.

M  Read Jeremiah 14.  Verses 14 and 15 show that sometimes there are people who prophesy in God’s name, but they aren’t His prophets. They are speaking lies and can’t be trusted. Any ideas on how you can tell a true prophet from a fake one?

Day 69

L  Read Jeremiah 17:5-8. Why is it better to trust God to take care of us?

M  Read Jeremiah 17. What’s one important lesson you can learn from this chapter?

Day 70

L  Read Jeremiah 18:1-8. Tell your parents why God sent Jeremiah to the potter’s house. What did He want to explain by using the potter as an example?

M  Read Jeremiah 18:1-8 and Romans 9:14-21. What do these passages teach you about God? How do you feel about God knowing this is true?

Day 71

L  Read Jeremiah 20:7-13. This is Jeremiah talking to God about how hard it is to be a prophet. No one liked hearing his messages. All he did was say bad things were going to happen because the people were bad. People didn’t like hearing. Jeremiah didn’t like hearing all the things that were going to happen to his country, his people. Do you know what verse 9 is talking about? (Answer: God gives him a message to speak. He doesn’t want to say it, but then it “burns” within him. He feels it so strongly inside that he can’t hold it in. He has to speak it and release what he’s feeling inside.)

M  Read Jeremiah 20:7-13. This is Jeremiah talking to God about how hard it is to be a prophet. How does he feel about it? What does verse 9 mean?

Day 72

L  Read Jeremiah 23:16-25. God is talking about the false prophets. They lie and say God told them something or showed them something in a dream. You don’t have to believe someone just because they say God said something. Just because someone says they are a Christian doesn’t mean they are necessarily speaking the truth. Ask God to help you know what is true and false. Can anyone hide what they are doing from God?

M Leia Jeremias 23: 16-29 . Deus está falando sobre os falsos profetas. Eles mentir e dizer que Deus lhes disse alguma coisa ou mostrou-lhes algo em um sonho. Você não tem que acreditar em alguém só porque eles dizem que Deus disse alguma coisa. Só porque alguém diz que é um cristão não significa que eles são necessariamente falando a verdade. Peça a Deus para ajudá-lo a saber o que é verdadeiro e falso. O que o verso 29 significa?

dia 73

L Leia Jeremias 24 . Isso é chamado de uma lição, quando um objeto é usado para fazer um ponto, para ensinar uma lição. O objeto Deus usou? (Resposta: bons e maus figos ) Qual foi a lição? (resposta: os líderes eram ruins e seriam destruídos, os outros Deus tomaria conta de e abençoar )

M Leia Jeremias 24 . Deus usa uma lição para fazer um ponto. Você pode pensar em uma lição para ensinar uma lição sobre Deus ou a Bíblia? Parábolas usados Jesus. Ele usou parábolas, uma moeda, uma figueira … Outro exemplo? Eu poderia mostrar-lhe uma maçã e falar sobre o quão bom ele olha e gostos. Eu poderia explicar que Deus não quer manter-nos de coisas boas. Ele quer manter-nos de coisas ruins. Se a fruta no jardim tinha sido uma maçã, não teria sido pecado comer algo bom, era pecado desobedecer a Deus. O objeto que você pode usar para falar sobre o amor de Deus? salvação? perdão? Compartilhar na mesa de jantar.

dia 74

L Leia Jeremias 25: 1-14 . Os setenta anos quando as regras Babilônia eram de 609 aC a 539 aC. Estima-se que Jeremias morreu cerca de 50 anos antes que a regra da Babilônia terminou. Iraque (onde Babylon foi localizado) hoje tem muitas características geográficas, mas é principalmente areia. O que Deus disse que Ele faria a Babilônia? (resposta: torná-lo um deserto )

M Leia Jeremias 25: 1-14 . Os setenta anos quando as regras Babilônia eram de 609 aC a 539 aC. Estima-se que Jeremias morreu cerca de 50 anos antes que a regra da Babilônia terminou. Como Deus usar os babilônios contra os israelitas? O que Deus fez para os babilônios pelo que fizeram aos filhos de Israel? Será que Deus agir com justiça?

dia 75

L Leia Jeremias 27: 1-11 . Que tipos de pessoas que diz que você não deve escutar? Quais são algumas dessas coisas chamadas hoje? Horóscopo e psíquicos

M Leia Jeremias 27 . Que tipos de pessoas que não estamos a ouvir? Isso significa ficar longe de horóscopos e psíquicos, pessoas e coisas que fingem ser capaz de dizer-lhe o seu futuro.

dia 76

L  Read Jeremiah 28:10-17. Here is a picture of a yoke. Here is how it is used. This is a story of a false prophet and a true prophet of God. Who was the false prophet and what did he say? Who was the true prophet and what did he say? (answer: Hananiah said that Israel was going to be free from Babylon who was ruling them; Jeremiah said that they will serve the King of Babylon and that Hananiah would die.) Extra credit: Who was the king of Babylon? (Nebuchadnezzar)

M  Read Jeremiah 28. Here is a picture of a yoke. Here is how it is used. What does it mean that Israel has a yoke on them? (answer: They are bound to serve Nebuchadnezzar.)  What one criteria does Jeremiah give for knowing a prophet is from God? (answer: When he predicts peace it happens.)

Day 77

L  Read Jeremiah 29:10-14. What does verse 11 say?

M  Read Jeremiah 29:10-23. Memorize verse 11. Rewrite what the verse says in your own words.

Day 78

L  Read Jeremiah 30:18-24. What does verse 24 mean?

M  Read Jeremiah 30. God says basically the same thing over and over again. Why do you think He does that? Does the end of verse 24 give a hint to the answer?

Day 79

L Read Jeremiah 31:7:14. After WWII the nation of Israel was reestablished and there were tears and there was dancing in the street. You can see a few seconds of it in this video — jump to 3:50.

M  Read Jeremiah 31:1-20. After WWII the nation of Isreal was reestablished. You can see a bit of what is described in these verses in this video. You can jump to 3:50.

Day 80

L  Read Jeremiah 31:35-40. Remember zionism? A zionist is someone who is for the establishment of Israel as a nation. Is God a zionist? Some people think God’s not interested in the land of Israel any more, just Christians. But these verses sure sound like Israel will always be important to Him. He tells Christians that we’ve become part of Israel. Israel is defined by those who follow Christ. And some day Jesus will be King and Jerusalem will be the capital. Israel will always be God’s chosen land. It’s never been fully returned to the nation of Israel. This prophecy isn’t fulfilled yet.

M  Read Jeremiah 31:21-40. Remember zionism? A zionist is someone who is for the establishment of Israel as a nation. Is God a zionist? Some people think God’s not interested in the land of Israel any more, just Christians. But these verses sure sound like Israel will always be important to Him. He tells Christians that we’ve become part of Israel. Israel is defined by those who follow Christ. And some day Jesus will be King and Jerusalem will be the capital. Israel will always be God’s chosen land. It’s never been fully returned to the nation of Israel. This prophecy isn’t fulfilled yet.

Day 81

L  Read Jeremiah 32:30-34. What does verse 33 mean? How did God teach them again and again? (answer: by sending prophets and problems)

M  Read Jeremiah 32:30-44. Rewrite what God is saying here in your own words or explain it to a parent.

Day 82

L  Read Jeremiah 33:1-3. What has happened to Jeremiah? (answer: He’s a prisoner.) In verse 2 and 3 who is “I”?

M  Read Jeremiah 33:14-26. Jesus is of the line of David and He is the king who is now on the throne and will remain there forever as king. What does verse 20 mean?

Day 83

L  Read Jeremiah 34:12-17. Do you ever think, “Why do they keep ignoring God?” Do you do the same? Do you always obey God’s command to honor and obey your parents? God still makes promises as to what will happen if we obey or disobey.

M  Read Jeremiah 34:12-19. Do you ever think, “Why do they keep ignoring God? They know what’s going to happen.” Do you do the same? What about these verses? Do you obey this all the time even though you know you are really choosing between blessing and curse?

Day 84

L  Read Jeremiah 36:1-26. Tell the story to someone. What happened?

M  Read Jeremiah 36:1-26. Who/what are they afraid of in verse 16? Who/what should they be afraid of?

Day 85

L  Read Jeremiah 37:11-21. Tell a parent or older sibling what happened in today’s reading.

M  Read Jeremiah 37. What do you think about this chapter? It is similar in some ways as to what happens to Jesus. He is falsely accused and beaten. Read these new testament verses. Jesus is speaking to His disciples. How do you feel as His disciple that it is to be expected that you will be hated? Have you ever been hated for Christ’s sake? Why or why not?

Day 86

L  Read Jeremiah 38:4-13. Tell the story to a parent or older sibling.

M  Read Jeremiah 38. What did God use to deliver Jeremiah? (answer: dirty rags, a slave- among other things) When you have a problem, do you want God to fix it in a fancy, spectacular way? Or do you watch for “dirty rags?” Do you see a “dirty rag deliverance” as just as much a provision from God as a more miraculous deliverance?

Day 87

L  Read Jeremiah 39:1,8-14. The Israelites living in Jerusalem are taken as slaves to Babylon. But Jeremiah and the poor are allowed to stay home and are given land so that they can survive. In fact they are richer now than they had ever been in their life.

M  Read Jeremiah 39:1, 8-14. Make sure you scroll down to read the second part. This is one of those parts of Scripture that make me smile. It’s one of those nice touches like when Moses not only lives but his own mother gets to nurse him. Here those in Jerusalem are taken as slaves to Babylon, except that they leave the poor in the city. Picture the poor in the city. The worst part of being poor is lack of ownership. You don’t own your own home and they work all day to make someone else money who then just gives them a small portion of what they earned. But here God sees to it that not only do they live, they get to live well; they are given vineyards and fields so that they can work for themselves and keep what they earn.

Day 88

L  Read Jeremiah 42:9-17. God tells them it will be good for them if they stay, but they want to go to Egypt. They think they will be safe there. It looks safe. It looks better than staying where the Babylonians have just taken over, but they will be wrong. God can make the most dangerous situation safe and the calmest situation dangerous. Everything is in His control. If you want to stay safe, obedience is the key!

M  Read Jeremiah 42:1-17. Egypt looks safer to them, but is it? Why or why not.

Day 89

L Leia Jeremias 43: 7-13 . Esta é a história de ontem continuou. Deus lhes disse por intermédio de Jeremias para ficar, mas eles não ouviram. Este é também um exemplo de como Deus está no controle completo. Ele pode enviar um exército onde ele quer. Como o versículo 11 mostram que Deus está no controle de cada detalhe?

M Leia Jeremias 43 . Esta é uma continuação da história de ontem. Como o versículo 11 mostram que Deus está no controle de tudo, especificamente? Isso dar-lhe conforto?

dia 90

L Leia Jeremias 44: 8-10 . Edmund Burke disse esta linha famosa, “Aqueles que não conhecem a história estão condenados a repeti-la.” O que significa essa frase quer dizer? Como ele se relaciona com os versos?

M  Read Jeremiah 44:8-10. Edmund Burke said this famous line, “Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” What does that quote mean? How does it relate to the verses? What advice do we receive in the Bible about remembering? List the commands in that Psalm (eg. give thanks). How would obeying all the commands in that song help us remember and keep us from forgetting and sinning against God? What are you going to do about it?

dia 91

L Leia Jeremias 46: 27-28 . Recontar o que esses versículos estão dizendo em suas próprias palavras.

M Leia Jeremias 46: 27-28 . Recontar o que esses versículos estão dizendo em suas próprias palavras.

dia 92

L Leia Jeremias 50: 4-9 . Deus diz a Seu povo eram como ovelhas e deve ser como as cabras chumbo. Qual é a diferença? (resposta: ovelhas o seguem sem pensar, o bode liderança está fazendo a escolha para onde ir e vai lá propositadamente)

M Leia Jeremias 50: 1-9 . O que o verso 6 comparar o povo de Deus? Quem desviá-los? Quem são os “pastores” de cristãos? Por que é importante para obter a nossa verdade da Bíblia?

dia 93

L Leia Jeremias 52: 1-9 . Descreva como a batalha foi ganha.

M Leia Jeremias 52: 1-9 . Como iria conhecer a Deus e viver pela fé ajuda-lo se você estivesse em Jerusalém durante este cerco.

dia 94

L  Read Lamentations 3:19-26. Lamentations was written by Jeremiah as well. He’s known as the weeping prophet. Some of his weeping is shown in this short book of three chapters. We’re skipping to the end, past a lot of the weeping. How is he feeling in verse 19? Then what does he remember? Then what does he feel?

M  Read Lamentations 3. Memorize verse 57. What turns around how Jeremiah is feeling? What does this chapter teach us about who God is? What verses or messages in this passage give you encouragement?

Day 95

L  Read Ezekiel 1. Draw a picture of one of the creatures? Does this chapter make you feel like there are things about God you don’t know about and can’t understand?

M  Read Ezekiel 1.  When we think of God, we often think of the Jesus who blessed the little children. But we need to remember the holy, thundering part of God as well. God is love and that will never change. God is holy and that will never change. What does it mean that God is love? What does it mean that God is holy?

Day 96

L  Read Ezekiel 2:1-7.  What two titles does God call Himself in verse 4?  (answer: Lord and King)

M  Read Ezekiel 2:1-7. Why do think God keeps sending prophets to them even though they keep disobeying? Why do the prophets keep going and telling them what God says when the Israelites aren’t going to listen? (answer: love, faithfulness, compassion…obedience)

Day 97

L  Read Ezekiel 3:1-15. What are a few of the remarkable things that happen in this part?

M  Read Ezekiel 3:1-15. What is your reaction to this part?

Day 98

L Read Ezekiel 3:24-27. God tells Ezekiel he’s going to be tied up by bad guys. God knows it is going to happen and He lets it happen. That doesn’t mean He can’t stop bad things from happening; it means that He had a purpose in it happening.

M  Read Ezekiel 3:16-27. God calls Ezekiel a watchman. He may get to have many supernatural experiences, but he has a heavy burden. How does God say Ezekiel will be held accountable? (vs. 16-21)

Day 99

L  Read Ezekiel 4:1-3. What did God ask Ezekiel to do? Why?  (answer: make a model of an attack on Israel, to show them what was going to happen)

M  Read Ezekiel 4. What are some of the things God asks Ezekiel to do? It shows us how God likes to show people what He’s talking about, like Jesus’ parables, like now how we can look back at the New Testament and see lessons. The amount of food God gives him is about 3 times what they received in the worst conditions in the concentration camps. It is also half of what is said to be needed by an adult. Of course, Ezekiel is told to just lie there. He’s not using up a lot of energy which food is needed for.

Day 100

L  Read Ezekiel 5:1-9. What “picture” did God use this time? What is God going to do?

M  Read Ezekiel 5:1-9.  What “picture” did God use this time? What is God going to do?

Day 101

L  Read Ezekiel 6. Doesn’t WWII sound like just another time the Lord was punishing Israel’s unfaithfulness and trying to get them to repent and turn back?

M  Read Ezekiel 6. Do you think WWII seems like another time the Lord was punishing Israel’s unfaithfulness and trying to get them to repent and turn back?

Day 102

L Leia Ezequiel 7: 23-27 . Você não pode escapar da ira de Deus. Você sabia que Jesus nos salva da ira de Deus? Não temos a temer este tipo de punição se temer a Deus e obedecer-Lhe que podemos fazer com a ajuda de Seu Espírito Santo.

M Leia Ezequiel 7: 23-27 . Onde está a semelhança no que você lê apenas para Mateus 7: 1-2 ? (dica: versículo 27 )

dia 103

L Leia Ezequiel 8: 12-18 . Observe como Deus diz que Ele não vai ouvi-los. Se você quiser suas orações ouvi, você precisa seguir a Deus. Você não pode buscar a salvação em outro lugar. Você precisa procurá-la dele.

M Leia Ezequiel 8 . Há pessoas que buscam experiências sobrenaturais como Ezequiel tinha, mas eles não querem a responsabilidade de obediência que Ezequiel teve. Supernatural menos obediência / santidade é demoníaca. Buscar Deus não experiências ou você poderia ser facilmente enganado.

dia 104

G Leia Ez 9: 1-6 . Quem era seguro? Aqueles que odiava o pecado, aqueles eram os únicos que estavam tristes com o que viram acontecendo.

H Leia Ez 9: 1-6 . Quem era seguro? (resposta: aqueles que odiava o pecado )

dia 105

L Leia Ezequiel 10 . Ezequiel é uma visão. Se estivesse lá, não teríamos visto o que ele estava vendo. Deus tem para lhe mostrar uma visão. Mas você nunca deve procurar ver algo como isso. Satanás vai tentar usar o seu desejo de ver algo sobrenatural e mostrar algo demoníaco. Ezequiel recebeu essas visões, porque ele era muito fiel em obedecer a Deus. Outros que são fiéis recebem outros trabalhos, presentes. Ezequiel teve um trabalho muito duro como um profeta. Seu trabalho é buscar a Deus, para conhecer e amá-Lo. Deus vai escolher para você os melhores presentes e empregos para você fazer para ele e seu reino.

M Leia Ezequiel 10 . O Senhor moveu-se de seu lugar para a entrada. O que você está fazendo quando você se levantar e caminhar até a porta? (resposta: sair ) Agora o templo de Deus, morada, está em nós, os crentes. Antes Ele viveu entre seu povo vivendo no templo. O que significaria para eles, se Ele deixou? Onde é que Deus se Ele deixou o templo? Onde está Deus agora? Ter uma conversa com seus pais sobre isso.

dia 106

L Leia Ezequiel 11: 16-21 . Recontar o que Deus diz nestes versos.

M Leia Ezequiel 11 . Leia o versículo 19 em tradução as crianças mais jovens. Ore para que o Senhor iria fazer essas coisas para você.

dia 107

L  Read Ezekiel 12:1-7.  Ezekiel knew to obey every little thing the Lord asked of him. The Lord then had him prophesy about how God was going to do these things to Israel.

M  Read Ezekiel 12:17-28.  When did God say He would fulfill the prophecy?  (hint: verse 25)  What did the people say about when God would fulfill the prophecy?  (hint: verse 27)  In these verses God is called Sovereign Lord over and over again. What does sovereign mean? (It’s being used as an adjective.) What does it mean to your life that God is a Sovereign Lord?

Day 108

L  Read Ezekiel 13:1-8. There are different kinds of false prophets. One kind are those in the church who say they are God’s prophet but are just saying their own thoughts and what they imagine. Then there are psychics who are just fakes and scam people by telling them things they want to hear, telling them they will be getting more money soon or a new friend. They say very general things that people can say came true. They can’t say anything specific like when or what or who because they don’t know anything. They are making it up. Then there is a third kind. There are psychics who use demons to trick people. We invite Jesus to live in us by the Holy Spirit. Others invite Satan to live in them by his demons. It’s a dangerous thing. They seem to know things, even things about the future. But it’s a trick. The demons can see things and travel and learn things and tell those things to the psychics. Satan doesn’t know the future, but he can see things about the present. He may know that this person is planning on visiting this other person or that it is planned that this person is going to be fired from their job. When the psychic tells someone one of these specific things, then it happens, the person believes the psychic knows the future. It was a trick though. Only God knows the future. Now Satan can lie to this person about the future, giving advice about what he or she should do. The person believes in the psychic and follows the advice, but of course, Satan’s only goal is to “steal, kill and destroy.” Horoscopes and all psychic things should be avoided!

M  Read Ezekiel 13. There are different kinds of false prophets. One kind are those in the church who say they are God’s prophet but are just saying their own thoughts and what they imagine. Then there are psychics who are just fakes and scam people by telling them things they want to hear, telling them they will be getting more money soon or a new friend. They say very general things that people can say came true. They can’t say anything specific like when or what or who because they don’t know anything. They are making it up. Then there is a third kind. There are psychics who use demons to trick people. We invite Jesus to live in us by the Holy Spirit. Others invite Satan to live in them by his demons. It’s a dangerous thing. They seem to know things, even things about the future. But it’s a trick. The demons can see things and travel and learn things and tell those things to the psychics. Satan doesn’t know the future, but he can see things about the present. He may know that this person is planning on visiting this other person or that it is planned that this person is going to be fired from their job. When the psychic tells someone one of these specific things, then it happens, the person believes the psychic knows the future. It was a trick though. Only God knows the future. Now Satan can lie to this person about the future, giving advice about what he or she should do. The person believes in the psychic and follows the advice, but of course, Satan’s only goal is to “steal, kill and destroy.” Horoscopes and all psychic things should be avoided! God uses a wall as a metaphor in this chapter. What does it mean?  (answer: It’s a false sense of peace and security.) Where does true peace and security come from? (answer: True peace and security come from knowing God, trusting God and obeying God.)

Day 109

L  Read Ezekiel 14:1-8. Some people think that anyone can pray to God anytime and He will listen to them. What do these first eight verses say about that? (answer: God acts like they don’t have a right to come and ask a question of Him while they are worshipping other gods. He wants them to repent first. You can always ask for help repenting!)

M  Read Ezekiel 14. Some people think that anyone can pray to God anytime and He will listen to them. What do these first eight verses say about that? What about the second half the chapter? Who is safe when God punishes the sinner?

Day 110

L  Read Ezekiel 15. What does God compare the Israelites to? Notice in verse 7 God says that they could have escaped the punishment. God always gives us many, many chances. He is very patient. He’s not an unjust King who says, “Off with his head” at the first mistake.

M  Read Ezekiel 15. God is using another metaphor. What does He compare the Israelites to?

Day 111

L  Read Ezekiel 20:6-21. What story is God telling? Why weren’t all the Israelites destroyed in the desert?

M  Read Ezekiel 20:1-26. What is the story God is telling? Why weren’t all the Israelites destroyed in the desert? What things are important to God as shown in this chapter? How do you treat God’s name? Not only how you speak God’s name but how you act reflects God’s name because if you are His child, He’s put His name on you. You are an ambassador for Him, His representative. How are the “nations” viewing God by what they see in you?

Day 112

L  Read Ezekiel 22:1-9.  God says that people will make fun of them. And they do. God is upset at their sins. He lists some of those things as not honoring their parents, mistreating foreigners and not taking care of orphans and widows. Do you do those things?

M  Read Ezekiel 22:1-9. God tells them that they will be an object of scorn to the nations. What does that mean? (help) That has definitely true. People all over the world hate Israel and blame them for world problems. I know people who call someone a Jew when they want to call them a bad name to put them down. In verse seven God is holding what sins against them?  (not honoring parents, mistreating orphans and widows and foreigners)  How can you do the right thing towards those groups of people?

Day 113

L  Read Ezekiel 24:15-27.  Why is God doing these things? What does He want? (hint: look at the last verse)

M  Read Ezekiel 24. What object lessons does God use in this chapter?  (answer: meat and cooking pot, Ezekiel’s wife dying) How do you feel about Ezekiel’s wife dying as a lesson for Israel? Always remember that God is love; God is just; God is holy. He wouldn’t have let Ezekiel’s wife die for no reason. He is just. He loved her. When God kills everyone in a city, for instance, He is punishing the city, the people group, but He also knows each person in that city. He knows what they deserve. He knows what they are being spared. Children who were killed in all of these Old Testament battles went to heaven instead of growing up to worship false gods and being sent to hell for it. God is love. God is just. God is holy. He’s the only one who really knows everything that is going on. He’s the only one who can see people’s hearts and all of them and can know the future outcome of what He does. Everything He does has a purpose and probably many, many purposes. He  knows how to work everything together for your good.

I wanted to point out some punctuation in verses 20 and 21. There are quotation marks. That’s Ezekiel talking. Then he is saying what God said. What God is saying is also in quotation marks, but if they used regular quotation marks that would close what Ezekiel is saying and he’s still talking, so they use a single quote. That’s a quote inside a quote.

Day 114

L  Read Ezekiel 25:1-11. God punishes the people who are against Israel as well. You can see the Ammonites and Moabites on this map of Ancient Israel (scroll down) Here’s a different version more plainly marked but not as detailed.

M  Read Ezekiel 25:1-11. God will say that He will use an army to destroy Israel and take its people captive and then He will punish that army and nation for doing that to Israel. God is ultimately in control of everything, but He can justly punish the army and nation He used for His redemptive purposes against Israel because He could only use those whose hearts were willing to murder and to do whatever they did. If we didn’t have a choice, He wouldn’t be just in punishing us. We have a choice and He knows our hearts, what choices they will make because He can see the end from the beginning. It’s more than we can even really imagine. Geography lesson? Here are two maps where you can see where the Moabites and Ammonites were.

Day 115

L  Read Ezekiel 26:1-4. It may seem sometimes like the “bad guy” is winning, but God’s justice will win out in the end. Here the “bad guys” are laughing, thinking they can do anything they want. They think they will succeed and be able to take over lots of nations because of what they see happening. But they don’t see God and what He is doing. They won’t succeed because God has said so.

M  Read Ezekiel 26. What is Tyre’s attitiude in the first two verses? They are predicting the future based on what they see. But God is really in control and the only one who knows what’s going to happen. What happens to Tyre?

Day 116

L  Read Ezekiel 33:1-20. What is the point God is making?

M  Read Ezekiel 33:1-20.  What is God saying?

Day 117

L  Read Ezekiel 34.  Jesus is the one shepherd God is going to send to be over His flock and to care for them. The chapter is rebuking the leaders/pastors who are looking out for themselves and not for their “flock,” not for those they are supposed to be leading. They are using the congregations just to get money for themselves. God says He will judge them and stop them. In the New Testament we are taught that believers in Christ become part of Israel. And Israel has yet to have all of the land promised to them in the Bible. There is a nation of Israel now on part of the land of Israel, but there is much more land that belongs to them. The Bible prophecies about them regaining their land hasn’t all the way come true yet.

M  Read Ezekiel 34. What is God saying to religious leaders? What is God saying to His people? How does this passage relate to the meaning of Psalm 23 and Matthew 25 (not just that they talk about sheep).

Day 118

L  Read Ezekiel 35:10-15.  God heard what they said and will punish them. Do you believe that God is watching you and listening to you? How should you speak and act if God is always watching you and listening to you.

M  Read Ezekiel 35. Do you live like God is watching and listening all the time?

Day 119

L Leia Ezequiel 47: 13-23 . Veja se você pode encontrar todos esses lugares em um mapa. Aqui está um mapa se você precisar dele. Compará-lo com o que a nação de Israel é hoje.

M Leia Ezequiel 47 . Veja se você pode encontrar em um mapa todos esses lugares a partir da segunda parte do capítulo. Aqui está um mapa se você precisar dele. Compará-lo com o que a nação de Israel é hoje.

dia 120

L Leia Daniel 1 . O que aprendemos sobre Daniel deste capítulo?

M Leia Daniel 1 . Aqui está um interessante estudo sobre a mudança de nome, que acontece neste capítulo.

dia 121

L Leia Daniel 2: 1-23 . Dizer a alguém o que está acontecendo na história.

M Leia Daniel 2: 1-23 . O que é verdade sobre versos 10 e 11? (Resposta: Não há homem que poderia dizer ao rei Ela só pode ser revelada por Deus.. )

dia 122

L Leia Daniel 2: 24-49 . Dizer a alguém o que aconteceu na história.

M Leia Daniel 2: 24-49 . O que Nabucodonosor dizer sobre Deus? (versículo 47) Você verá que os israelitas não são os únicos que são rápidos para esquecer.

dia 123

L Leia Daniel 3: 1-18 . O que eles estão dispostos a fazer? (Resposta: morrer ) Por quê? (Resposta:  Eles não vão adorar a ninguém senão Deus. )

M Leia Daniel 3: 1-18 . Verso 18 me incomoda nesta tradução. Eles mudaram o significado. Ele não diz, “Mas mesmo que ele não faz.” Se você estava lendo isso em um papel da Bíblia, as palavras extras adicionados seria escrito em itálico . Ela diz: “ Mas se não .” Verso 17 e 18 são paralelos. 17 diz: “Se você nos jogar … Mas se não …” Eles sabiam que, se eles foram jogados no fogo seriam salvos. Eles sabiam disso. Deus lhes deu a fé para enfrentá-lo. Mas disse ao rei, mesmo se você tentar salvar-nos do fogo, ainda não vai adorá-lo em gratidão, porque o nosso Deus poderia ter nos salvou também.

dia 124

L  Read Daniel 3:19-30. Read the rest of their story. Reread verse 28. Hopefully from all you have read this year, you see how serious it is to worship other gods. He must be first in your life. And you have His promise that He will be with you and will never abandon you, even when you’re getting thrown in a furnace!

M  Read Daniel 3:19-30. Read the rest of their story. Reread verse 28. Is it worth giving up your life for God? Hopefully you have seen this year how important it is to worship God alone. Don’t seek after money, relationships, power, fun, whatever. Seek Him and He will reward you. He will never leave or abandon you, even when things look impossible.

Day 125

L  Read Daniel 4:1-18. What was the king’s dream? God warned him that he would loose his mind and his kingdom for a time if he continued in his pride to forget that God was the one who was in control and who gave the kingdom to Nebuchadnezzar. He did not humble himself and continued to think how great he was that he had made for himself a great kingdom, and he was punished.

M  Read Daniel 4. What do you think of what happened?

Day 126

L  Read Daniel 5:1-24. After this scene which you just read, Daniel explains what the words say and then it comes true. The king dies that night and his kingdom is given to another. He forgot the lesson taught his father over and over again. Do you forget too? Or do you remember what God can do? Do you believe everything God says in the Bible?

M  Read Daniel 5. Here’s another story of forgetfulness. It pays to remember. There are many places in the Bible where we are told to remember. Can you see how forgetful people are? You could be one of them if you don’t keep remembering who God is and what He has done. It is not always obvious what God is doing, so we need to remember the times when He obviously answered prayer and healed and change our situation and saved us so that we don’t forget Him in the times when He is working hidden from us.

Day 127

L  Read Daniel 6:1-23. Why was he okay? What does it say in verse 23?

M  Read Daniel 6. What does it say in verse 23? Why was he safe? You trust God to save you. What else do you trust Him for?

Day 128

L  Read Daniel 7:1-13. Daniel’s dream is a prophecy about what will happen in the future. An evil leader will fight against God’s people for three and a half years. Then Jesus will come and defeat him, and Jesus will rule forever along with His people.

M  Read Daniel 7. Daniel’s dream is a prophecy about what will happen in the future. The antichrist, an evil leader, will fight against God’s people for three and a half years. Then Jesus will come and defeat him, and Jesus will rule forever along with His people. It will be a hard time on the earth when Christians are being killed for their faith, but we can know from the beginning when it will all be over and that Jesus wins in the end!

Day 129

L  Read Daniel 9:1-19. Daniel is confessing the sins of his country. Do you ever pray for your country and confess its sins? Abraham Lincoln created a day of fasting and prayer to confess America’s sins. It eventually became what we know as the “prayer breakfast” today, a tool of politicians. So sad and dangerous that America stopped this important practice. The Bible tells us (1 John 1:9) that if we confess our sins, God is faithful to forgive us. What if our sins are never confessed? What sins does your country need to confess?

M  Read Daniel 9. There are two parts to this chapter. In the first part Daniel is praying and confessing the sins of His nation. What sins does your country need to confess? Pray for your country now.

Day 130

L  Read Daniel 10. Daniel gets a message from God about a great war coming. He fasts (“goes without food”) and prays about it, and God sends an angel to him to explain to him what is going to happen. The angel, Gabriel, is delayed 21 days in coming because he has to fight a demon (“the prince of Persia”). The angel Michael comes and helps Gabriel win the battle so Gabriel can deliver the message. Did you know there were battles going on between angels?

M  Read Daniel 10. Daniel gets a vision from God about a great war coming. He fasts and prays about it in order to understand it, and God sends an angel to him to explain to him what is going to happen. The angel, Gabriel, is delayed 21 days in coming because he has to fight a bad angel, a demon (“the prince of Persia”). The angel Michael comes and helps Gabriel win the battle so Gabriel can deliver the message. Did you know there were battles going on between angels? How does knowing that make you feel? Remember that God is still in control. He was in control of Daniel having to wait three weeks for his answer instead of getting it right away. What do you think would have happened if Daniel didn’t keep seeking understanding after the first day?

Day 131

L  Read Daniel 12:1-4. It talks about the end of the world when the dead rise and are judged. This is who you want to be (verse 3), “Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the sky. Those who lead many others to do what is right will be like the stars for ever and ever.” Be a wise guy! You become a wise guy by learning God’s word and obeying it.

M  Read Daniel 12. Here is a prophecy about the end. The dead rise and are judged. Like in the story of the sheep and the goats in Matthew 25. Those numbers at the end are 3 1/2 years, the second half of the tribulation. Some think the 1,335 days refers to the rapture–when believers are taken to be with Jesus without dying, like Elijah.

Day 132

L  Read Hosea 4:1-9. Here is another prophet. Starting with Daniel, we call this part of the Bible the minor prophets. Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel were the major prophets. We’ll just read this one part of Hosea. You’ll see that the theme is still the same.

M  Read Hosea 4:1-9. Here is another prophet. Starting with Daniel, we call this part of the Bible the minor prophets. Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel were the major prophets. We’ll just read this one part of Hosea. You’ll see that the theme is still the same.

Day 133

L  Read Hosea 6:1-6.  What are some of the things we learn about God from this section? What does verse 6 mean?

M  Read Hosea 6:1-6. What does verse 6 mean? In this passage in Matthew, Jesus quotes this scripture. Read the Matthew passage. What does it mean that God desires mercy, not sacrifice?

Day 134

L  Read Hosea 7:10-13.  The beginning of the next verse says, “They do not cry out to me. Instead they lie in their beds and sob.” What is Israel doing wrong? Troubles will come to God’s people. What are you supposed to do when they come? Where should you go to get help?

M  Read Hosea 7:10-16. What is Israel not doing?  (answer: They aren’t turning to God for help.)

Day 135

L  Read Hosea 8:1-3. Do you see that Israel is still calling God their God. It’s not enough to believe God exists. Satan believes God exists. If you really believe all that the Bible says, then you obey God and serve Him with your whole heart.

M  Read Hosea 8.  Look at verses 2 and 3. Do you know people who say they believe in God but don’t live as the Bible teaches us to? Do you? It’s not enough to believe God exists. Satan believes God exists. If you really believe all that the Bible says, then you obey God and serve Him with your whole heart.

Day 136

L  Read Hosea 11.  What does God compare His people to?  (answer:  a child He is caring for )  From these verses how can you know that He loves His people?

M  Read Hosea 11. Compare and contrast God and His people. How does this scripture show God’s love for His people?

Day 137

L  Read Hosea 14. What is the story of this chapter?  (answer: Israel repents. God forgives.)

M  Read Hosea 14.  What is the story of this chapter?  (answer: Israel repents. God forgives.)

Day 138

L  Read Joel 3:11-16. This is a prophecy of a time when God will gather the nations to judge them and will destroy his enemies. But God will keep His people safe and He will fight for them with His heavenly soldiers.

M  Read Joel 3:11-16. This is a prophecy of a time when God will gather the nations to judge them and will destroy his enemies. God will keep His people safe, and He will fight for them with His heavenly soldiers.

Day 139

L  Read Amos 4:13. What does this verse say about who God is and what He does and can do? (answer: Nothing is beyond God’s control.)

M  Read Amos 4. This is being written by another prophet, Amos. He was a shepherd. These are God’s words that Amos spoke and recorded. In verses 4 and 5 God is being sarcastic. What’s the theme of this chapter? (answer: God’s doing everything He can to cause them to repent and turn back to following Him.) What’s the message of the last verse?  (answer: God is in control.)

Day 140

L  Read Amos 5:8-14.  Pleiades and Orion are constellations. What are some of things we can know about God from these verses?

M  Read Amos 5.  Pleiades and Orion are constellations. What are some of things we can know about God from these verses? What is God doing in verse 5?  (answer: warning)  What is the answer for keeping safe in verse 6?  (answer:  seek the LORD)

Day 141

L  Read Amos 7:1-9. There are several stories in the Bible like this, where God seems to change His mind based on someone crying out to Him on behalf of those in danger. Do you ever pray to protect something larger than yourself? Do you believe it makes a difference? BTW (by the way) here is a plumb line. It shows if something vertical is straight.

M  Read Amos 7:1-9. There are several stories in the Bible like this, where God seems to change His mind based on someone crying out to Him on behalf of those in danger. Do you ever pray to protect something larger than yourself? Do you believe it makes a difference? BTW (by the way) here is a plumb line. It shows if something vertical is straight.

Day 142

L  Read Amos 8:1-6. One of the things God is upset about is how they turn poor people into slaves. It still happens today in some parts of the world. People are bought. Their families sell them for money. What else does it say they are doing wrong? I live in a place where your fruits and vegetables are sometimes weighed on a balance instead of a digital scale like you are probably used to. There are two types of sellers. Those who tip the scale in your favor and those who tip the scale in theirs. He doesn’t like their lies, but He is also mad that the rich are cheating the poor. He cares about the poor. There is a lot in the Bible that shows how He cares for the poor. In Islam it is many times easier to win their god’s favor if you are rich. (Of course, it doesn’t help them at all because it’s all false.) In Christianity, it is easier to please God if you are poor! It says it is impossible for a rich man to enter the Kingdom and that the poor are rich in faith because they learn to trust God and not money. That doesn’t mean all poor people go to heaven and all wealthy people to hell! They still need to die to self and live for Christ.

M  Read Amos 8:1-6. The Hebrews in the Bible sometimes own slaves. Some people say that God is bad because He allowed slavery. God never led a crusade to end slavery. He has always been more interested in individuals rather than institutions. In what you just read God is angry because they “trample” on the poor and buy them as slaves. Read these other verses and see how He feels about slaves.  Deuteronomy 23:15-16 sounds like an abolitionist  Philemon 1:8-20  Paul is urging that Philemon set his slave, Onesimus, free.

Day 143

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  1. Read Obadiah 1:15 below. Obadiah was another prophet. He only has one chapter in the Bible.

15 “The day of the Lord is near
for all of the nations.
Others will do to you
what you have done to them.
You will be paid back
for what you have done.

  1. Read Jonah 1. Does this story sound familiar? Jonah was another one of God’s prophets.

M

  1. Read Obadiah 1:15 below. Obadiah was another prophet. He only has one chapter in the Bible.

15 “The day of the Lord is near
for all of the nations.
Others will do to you
what you have done to them.
You will be paid back
for what you have done.

  1. The day of the Lord is a good day for Christians and the worst day for non-believers. It’s the day God’s wrath will be poured out on the earth and Jesus will save His people from it.
  2. Read Jonah 1. Does this story sound familiar? Jonah was another one of God’s prophets.

Day 144

L  Read Jonah 2. Tell someone what happened in this part of the story. Why did God send the fish? Why did God have the fish spit out Jonah? Realize that it was God’s intent to have the fish spit out Jonah onto dry land. What would have happened if the fish hadn’t swallowed Jonah? So why did God send the fish to swallow him?  (answer: to give him another chance to repent)

M  Read Jonah 2. Why did God send the fish? Why did God have the fish spit out Jonah? Realize that it was God’s intent to have the fish spit out Jonah onto dry land. What would have happened if the fish hadn’t swallowed Jonah? So why did God send the fish to swallow him?  (answer: to give him another chance to repent)

Day 145

L  Read Jonah 3. What did Jonah do? What did he say? What was the King’s reaction? What was God’s reaction?

M  Read Jonah 3. What did Jonah do? What did he say? What was the King’s reaction? What was God’s reaction? What do you think, did God do the right thing? Are you glad God “changes His mind” and has compassion and doesn’t carry out punishments He planned?

Day 146

L  Read Jonah 4. Why is Jonah upset? (answer: God was compassionate.) What point does God make? (answer: You care about what affects you but not about what happens to thousands of people.) What do you think about Jonah?

M  Read Jonah 4. What’s odd about why Jonah is upset? (answer: He’s mad that God is love and acted accordingly.) I find it interesting that God points out that there are many cattle in Nineveh which would be destroyed. What is Jonah’s problem? (answer: He cares only about himself.) Do you ever act like Jonah? like the only person worth caring about is you?

Day 147

L  Read Micah 4:1-5. Micah is another prophet. This section is about the end of the world when Jesus will come and rule as king. What does verse three say about what it will be like then?  (answer: no more war)

M  Read Micah 4. Micah is another prophet. This section is about the end of the world when Jesus will come and rule as king. What does it mean that they will beat their weapons into farming tools (verse 3)?  (answer:  They won’t need weapons anymore because there will be no more war.)

Day 148

L  Read Micah 5:2-4. This is a prophecy about Jesus. Where was Jesus born?  (hint: verse 2)

M  Read Micah 5.  What does it mean to have Jesus as your shepherd? (answer: Jesus guides you, cares for you, protects you.) Why is it a good idea to have Jesus as your shepherd (verse 4)? (answer: You will be secure/safe.)

Day 149

L  Read Micah 6:6-8.  Here is a list of things that people think gods want from them, but the last verse tells what God wants from them. What does He want? See if you can memorize this verse. Here is an older version of it?  Micah 6:8 “What does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

M  Read Micah 6:1-8.  What does the Lord required? Is it sacrifices that He wants?

Day 150

L  Read Micah 7:15-20. What does the Lord delight in?  (hint: verse 18)

M  Read Micah 7:15-20. What does the Lord delight in?  (hint: verse 18)  What does it mean for God to show mercy?  (answer: God shows us mercy when he doesn’t punish us the way we deserve.)

Day 151

L  Read Nahum 1:1-8. Nahum was another of God’s prophets. Who is going to be destroyed? (answer: Ninevah)  Who is safe? (answer: those who trust in Him)

M  Read Nahum 1:1-8. Nahum is another of what we call the minor prophets. There are only three chapters in Nahum. Look at verse 7. Who is safe? (answer: those who trust in Him)  Look at verse 8. Who is being destroyed?  (answer: Ninevah)  We just read about how Ninevah was saved. Nahum might have been written 100 years after Jonah. In between it forgot the Lord and went back to its evil ways. It’s not enough to turn to God once in repentance. We have to follow Him and choose His ways every day.

Day 152

L  Read Habakkuk 1:12-17. This is the beginning of a conversation between God and Habakkuk, another prophet. Who is coming to fight Israel this time? (answer: the Babylonians)

M  Read Habakkuk 1:12-17. Read Habakkuk 2:1-7. Here is a conversation between God and Habakkuk, another prophet. God is sending the Babylonians this time to punish Israel, but then the Babylonians are going to get it for their evil actions. God says it might take awhile, but it will happen. That’s the hard part. Waiting. We have to wait in faith for God’s promises to come true. If you believe God is real and the Bible is true, then you can know all of His promises will happen, and we can wait in faith for them. In verse 4 who is the one who lives by faith? (answer: the righteous). What does that mean? (answer: someone who obeys God’s law, which we can only do when God’s righteousness is in us by the Spirit) Click on the reading from chapter one and find the simile in verse 14 and the metaphor in verse 15. (answer: like fish/sea creatures, being caught with hooks)

Day 153

L  Read Zephaniah 1:14 and Zephaniah 1:18. What is going to happen on “the Day of the Lord?” (answer: the Lord will destroy the ungodly) It says everyone on earth will die. Matthew 24 compares the day of the Lord to Noah’s day. People will suddenly be destroyed. We can be safe because we will not be caught unprepared as it talks about in Matthew 24. Jesus will be our ark to keep us safe.

M  Read Habakkuk 3:17-19. Read Zephaniah 1:14 and Zephaniah 1:18. What is going to happen on “the Day of the Lord?” (answer: destruction of the ungodly)  What is our reaction to calamity brought on by the Lord? (answer: we still praise Him) Matthew 24 compares the day of the Lord to Noah’s day. People will suddenly be destroyed. We can be safe because we will not be caught unprepared, as it talks about in Matthew 24. Jesus will be our ark to keep us safe.

Day 154

L  Read Haggai 2:10-23. Haggai is another one of God’s prophets. This talks about God’s laws about things being holy (set apart for God’s purposes) and unclean (unacceptable to God). These laws are “ritual” laws that pointed to Jesus coming and making us holy. Now we are holy not because we are clean and have followed the rituals but because our hearts are clean. Jesus made our hearts clean by dying for us to take our punishment so that we can be forgiven. That’s why you sometimes hear about Jesus’ blood washing us. At the end of this part it talks about God choosing a leader for Israel. The Bible teaches us that God chooses leaders. That doesn’t mean all leaders are godly! But God uses even evil leaders for His purposes.

M Leia Ageu 2: 10-23 . Ageu é mais um dos profetas de Deus. Este fala sobre as leis de Deus sobre as coisas que são santo (separado para os propósitos de Deus) e impuros (inaceitável para Deus). Essas leis são leis “ritual” que apontavam para Jesus, que vinha e fazer-nos santos. Agora nós não somos santos porque nós são limpos e têm seguido os rituais, mas porque nossos corações estão limpos. Jesus fez nossos corações limpos morrendo por nós a tomar o nosso castigo, para que possamos ser perdoados. É por isso que às vezes você ouve sobre o sangue de Jesus nos lavar. No final desta parte que fala sobre Deus escolher um líder para Israel. A Bíblia nos ensina que Deus escolhe líderes. Isso não significa que todos os líderes são divina! Mas Deus usa até líderes maus para Seus propósitos. Quais são versos 15-19 falando? (responda:Antes que eles trabalharam para construir o templo de Deus, Deus estava discipliná-los; tudo era ruim. Agora que eles estão fazendo o que é certo, tudo será abençoado. )

dia 155

L Leia Zacarias 1: 14-20 . Zacarias é outro dos profetas de Deus. Deus ama Israel. Ele estava com raiva que eles adoravam outros deuses, e eles foram punidos, mas ele ainda ama-los e Deus está chateado com esses países que lutaram contra Israel e tentaram eliminá-los. Isso ainda está acontecendo hoje. Há países que querem varrer Israel fora. Se eles tentarem, Deus está permitindo que ele e vê-lo, e ele vai pagar-los de volta e eles vão ser eles próprios destruídos.

M Leia Zacarias 1 . Zacarias é outro dos profetas de Deus. Deus ama Israel. Ele estava com raiva que eles adoravam outros deuses, e eles foram punidos, mas ele ainda ama-los e Deus está chateado com esses países que lutaram contra Israel e tentaram eliminá-los. Isso ainda está acontecendo hoje. Há países que querem varrer Israel fora. Se eles tentarem, Deus está permitindo que ele e vê-lo, e ele vai pagar-los de volta e eles vão ser eles próprios destruídos.

dia 156

L Leia Zacarias 2 . Esta é uma profecia sobre o fim do mundo quando Jesus virá e viver em Jerusalém. Eu não vou tentar explicar o que vai acontecer. Eu tenho certeza que eu não sei! Mas você pode ler aqui como “muitas nações” será parte de Israel. No Novo Testamento, em Romanos ele fala sobre os cristãos tornando-se parte de Israel. Somos um povo escolhido de Deus e vai viver com Ele para sempre. O que você acha que isso significa que o Senhor será uma “parede de fogo” ao redor de Jerusalém? (resposta:  Ele será sua proteção. )

M Leia Zacarias 2 . Esta é uma profecia sobre o fim do mundo quando Jesus virá e viver em Jerusalém. Eu não vou tentar explicar o que vai acontecer. Eu tenho certeza que eu não sei! Mas você pode ler aqui como “muitas nações” será parte de Israel. No Novo Testamento, em Romanos ele fala sobre os cristãos tornando-se parte de Israel. Somos um povo escolhido de Deus e vai viver com Ele para sempre. O que você acha que é a parte mais legal desta profecia?

dia 157

L  Read Zechariah 3:1-9. Who is standing before God?  (answer: Satan and Jeshua the high priest)  What was Satan there to do?  (answer: accuse Jeshua of wrong)  What does God do?  (answer:  He takes away Jeshua’s sin. They show this by taking off his dirty clothes and putting on clean clothes.)  This is what God does for us. He forgives us, cleans us of all unrighteousness and makes it so Satan cannot bring charges against us. We become innocent because of Jesus’ sacrifice for us. “The Branch” is Jesus.

M Leia Zacarias 3 . O que ocorre nesta cena? Satanás quer nos condenar, mas por causa do sacrifício de Jesus nos tornamos inocente. Aqui está um verso para copiar e memorizar. Romanos 8: 1

dia 158

L  Read Zechariah 4:6-10. An angel is speaking to Zechariah who is seeing a vision. It is a prophecy about the temple being rebuilt. A famous verse from this Bible is in verse 6. Memorize part of it. It is a short way of saying one of the big lessons in the Bible, that we are to trust God to save us in all kinds of situations. We don’t need to rely on ourselves, our strength, our money, our smarts…we can rely on God. When you have it memorized, go and tell it to a parent.

 ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD almighty.  Zech. 4:6b (that means the second part of the verse)

M  Read Zechariah 4.  An angel is speaking to Zechariah who is seeing a vision. It is a prophecy about the temple being rebuilt. A famous verse from this Bible is in verse 6. Memorize part of it. It is a short way of saying one of the big lessons in the Bible, that we are to trust God to save us in all kinds of situations. We don’t need to rely on ourselves, our strength, our money, our smarts…we can rely on God. When you have it memorized, go and tell it to a parent.

 ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD almighty.  Zech. 4:6b (that means the second part of the verse)

Day 159

L  Read Zechariah 7:8-13. We’ve heard some of these things before. What are some of the things God wants His people to do? (answer: show love and concern)  What groups of people does God want His people to protect and care for?  (answer: orphans, widows, refugees-strangers-people who aren’t in their own country)  What reason does God give for not listening to them when they called to Him? (answer: They didn’t listen to Him.)

M  Read Zechariah 7. We’ve heard some of these things before. What are some of the things God wants His people to do? (answer: show mercy and compassion)  What groups of people does God want His people to protect and care for?  (answer: orphans, widows, refugees, the poor)  What are some of the results of their not listening to God? (answer: He didn’t listen to them; He sent them to other countries where they would be the foreigner, Their land was made a desert wasteland.)

Day 160

L  Read this prophecy from Zechariah 9:9. Do you know when this prophecy was fulfilled?  (answer: Matthew 21:1-7)

M  Read Zechariah 9. Do you recognize anything that’s being prophesied in this chapter? God will come against nations who came against Israel. There is a prophecy concerning Jesus as King and riding on a donkey, sound familiar? (Matthew 21:1-7) There is a prophecy of Jesus appearing in the sky and with the sound of trumpet, sound familiar? (Matthew 24:30-31)

Day 161

L  Read Zechariah 10:1-4. When it talks about the “most important stone” coming from Judah, it is talking about Jesus. His family was from the tribe of Judah. Read here (Acts 4:10-12) where Peter is preaching about Jesus being the most important stone. I also wanted to point out where it say that “those who practice magic see visions that aren’t true.” Remember that there are supernatural things that happen that aren’t from God. Just because something couldn’t have happened on its own, doesn’t mean it is from God. Satan can use demons to give people visions and dreams. You don’t have to trust someone just because they say they saw a vision. Visions from God will always stay true to what the Bible teaches. That’s true for all other supernatural things. If it’s not what the Bible teaches, it’s not from God.

M  Read Zechariah 10. When it talks about the “most important stone” coming from Judah, it is talking about Jesus. His family was from the tribe of Judah. Read here (Acts 4:10-12) where Peter is preaching about Jesus being the most important stone. I also wanted to point out where it say that “those who practice magic see visions that aren’t true.” Remember that there are supernatural things that happen that aren’t from God. Just because something couldn’t have happened on its own, doesn’t mean it is from God. Satan can use demons to give people visions and dreams. You don’t have to trust someone just because they say they saw a vision. Visions from God will always stay true to what the Bible teaches. That’s true for all other supernatural things. If it’s not what the Bible teaches, it’s not from God.

Day 162

L  Read Zechariah 14:4-19. Skip verse 12 if you don’t want to read something gross. This chapter is about “the day of the Lord,” when Jesus is coming back. We read that there will be a huge earthquake that will split in half the Mount of Olives, it will go dark, the land will change, the nations that attacked Israel will be attacked and many destroyed, and those who live will worship God and celebrate the Jewish festivals. We are not required by God to celebrate the Jewish holidays of the Old Testament, but it does seem like when Jesus rules the earth, the Jewish holidays will be the world’s holidays.

M Read Zechariah 14. Skip verse 12 if you don’t want to read something gross. This chapter is about “the day of the Lord,” when Jesus is coming back. We read that there will be a huge earthquake that will split in half the Mount of Olives, it will go dark, the land will change, the nations that attacked Israel will be attacked and many destroyed, and those who live will worship God and celebrate the Jewish festivals. We are not required by God to celebrate the Jewish holidays of the Old Testament, but it does seem like when Jesus rules the earth, the Jewish holidays will be the world’s holidays.

Day 163

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  1. Read Malachi 1:8-9. Remember God’s law requires a perfect sacrifice. Malachi is the last of the Old Testament prophets. One more time we are shown the need for Jesus, the perfect sacrifice to come and take away our sins once and for all.
  2. Read Malachi 2:13-16. What does God hate? (answer: divorce)

M  Read Malachi 1 and Malachi 2. Remember God’s law requires holiness, and if there is sin, a perfect sacrifice to cover it. Malachi is the last of the Old Testament prophets. One more time we are shown the need for Jesus, the perfect sacrifice to come and take away our sins once and for all. What sin of the Israelites was pointed out in the second chapter? (answer: marrying those who worshipped other gods and divorcing)

Day 164

L  Read Revelation 1:1-9. Who wrote this book? (answer: John) This is the same man who wrote the first book of the Bible we read this year. He was on the island of Patmos as a prisoner for sharing the gospel. Memorize verse eight and tell it to a parent when you got it. Alpha and Omega are Greek words. It’s saying that Jesus is the first and the last. He was there in the beginning and He will be there at the end.

M  Read Revelation 1. Who wrote this book? (answer: John) This is the same man who wrote the first book of the Bible we read this year. He was on the island of Patmos as a prisoner for sharing the gospel. Memorize verse eight and tell it to a parent when you got it. Alpha and Omega are Greek words. It’s saying that Jesus is the first and the last. He was there in the beginning and He will be there at the end. What are some of the ways He described Jesus?

Day 165

L  Read Revelation 2:1-7. This is the first of seven letters written to the Church. What are some of the good things these people are doing? (answer: good deeds, persevere through hard times, don’t put up with evil or those who pretend to serve God but who really don’t) What were they doing wrong? (answer: They had forgotten their first love.) Some people say their first love is Jesus, that they weren’t passionate about Him like they had been before. Others say their first love was each other that they had lost the unity and devotion to one another that they had in the beginning. Jesus taught us that the most important commandment is to love God and love each other. He said if we do those things we are doing everything else He wants us to do. How are you doing at loving God and loving others? What have you done today to show God that you love Him? What have you done today to show others you love them?

M Leia Apocalipse 2: 1-7 . Este é o primeiro de sete cartas escritas à Igreja. Quais são algumas das coisas boas essas pessoas estão fazendo? (resposta:  boas ações, perseverar através de tempos difíceis, não colocar-se com o mal ou aqueles que fingem servir a Deus, mas que realmente não ) Há um monte de idéias diferentes sobre quem os nicolaítas eram, mas o aviso é claro aqui e em outra Escritura que estamos a testar os ensinamentos para ver se eles concordam com o que a Bíblia diz. O que eles estavam fazendo de errado? (Resposta:  Eles tinham esquecido seu primeiro amor.) Algumas pessoas dizem que seu primeiro amor é Jesus, que não eram apaixonados por Ele como tinham sido antes. Outros dizem que seu primeiro amor foi o outro que tinham perdido a unidade e devoção um ao outro que eles tinham no começo. Jesus ensinou-nos que o mandamento mais importante é amar a Deus e amar uns aos outros. Ele disse que se fizermos essas coisas que estamos fazendo tudo o que Ele quer que façamos. Como você está fazendo em amar a Deus e amar os outros? O que você fez hoje para mostrar Deus que você ama? O que você fez hoje para mostrar aos outros que você ama-los?

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  1. revelação significa algo que tem sido revelado. Deus está revelando a João o que vai acontecer no fim do mundo. O livro começa com sete cartas para a Igreja. As igrejas listados são todos os lugares em uma parte da moderna Turquia . (Mover o mapa e encontrar Israel também.) Algumas pessoas acreditam que estas sete igrejas representam sete tipos de crentes de hoje. Se a carta foi escrita para você ou não, é a palavra de Deus ao seu povo ea verdade ele ensina é verdadeiro para você e todos os outros.
  2. Leia  Apocalipse 2: 8-11 . Como uma pessoa pobre pode ser rico? (Resposta: A Bíblia diz que os pobres são ricos em fé Eles tiveram de aprender a confiar em Deus porque não podia confiar em dinheiro para cuidar deles.. )
  3. O que são disse para fazer? (Resposta: Seja fiel, mesmo que eles devem morrer. )
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  1. A  revelação  significa algo que tem sido revelado. Deus está revelando a João o que vai acontecer no fim do mundo. O livro começa com sete cartas para a Igreja. As igrejas listados são todos os lugares em uma parte da moderna  Turquia . (Mover o mapa e encontrar Israel também.) Algumas pessoas acreditam que estas sete igrejas representam sete tipos de crentes de hoje. Se a carta foi escrita para você ou não, é a palavra de Deus ao seu povo ea verdade ele ensina é verdadeiro para você e todos os outros.
  2. Leia  Apocalipse 2: 8-11 . Como uma pessoa pobre pode ser rico? (Resposta:  A Bíblia diz que os pobres são ricos em fé Eles tiveram de aprender a confiar em Deus porque não podia confiar em dinheiro para cuidar deles.. )
  3. O que são disse para fazer? (Resposta:  Seja fiel, mesmo que eles devem morrer. )
  4. Eles são disse para não ter medo. Em seguida, eles são informados de que poderia ser preso a sofrer e talvez morrer. Como pode um crente não ter medo? Se você soubesse que a coisa difícil que estava passando era um teste, seria torná-lo mais fácil de fazer coisas como ter fé e se alegrar? Discutir isso com seus pais.
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L  Read Revelation 2:12-29. Here are two more letters to the churches. They are praised for their perseverance, love and faith. But in each case there are some that are living in sin. God is upset that it is tolerated. All of the bad things that are going to happen are for this purpose, to get sin out of the Church. Only a perfect Church can be with God. The big C in Church is for the whole Church, all of God’s people. Little c church is for what you think of as church, a local group of believers meeting together. How does each letter end? (answer: To him who has ears let him hear along with a promise of eternal life–each time it’s written a different way) Everyone has ears. What does God mean?  (answer: God will give understanding and power to obey to anyone whose heart desires to live according to His words)
M  Read Revelation 2:12-29. Here are two more letters to the churches. They are praised for their perseverance, love and faith. But in each case there are some that are living in sin. God is upset that it is tolerated. All of the bad things that are going to happen are for this purpose, to get sin out of the Church. Only a perfect Church can be with God. The big C in Church is the body of Christ, all of those who are united in Christ by His Spirit. Little c church is for what you think of as church, a local group of believers meeting together. How does each letter end? (answer: To him who has ears let him hear along with a promise of eternal life–each time it’s written a different way) Everyone has ears. What does God mean?  (answer: God will give understanding and power to obey to anyone whose heart desires to live according to His words)

Day 168

L  Read Revelation 3:1-6. There are several warnings in the Bible of Jesus coming as a thief. It is accompanied by the warning to not be caught off guard. We are supposed to “be awake” so the thief can’t steal from us. What does it mean to be “awake?” What does it say in verse 3? (answer: It means to pay attention, listen to God’s word and obey it.) To be asleep would mean to act like it doesn’t matter or that there’s time to change your ways later. In Noah’s day, Noah was awake and stayed alive. The others were asleep and the thief came and took them away (Matt. 24:39). What do you think it means to have kept your clothes clean or to be dressed in white? (answer: It means to be holy, without sin. It’s what we can only accomplish by Jesus’ death for us and His life in us by His Holy Spirit.)

M  Read Revelation 3:1-6. There are several warnings in the Bible of Jesus coming as a thief. It is accompanied by the warning to not be caught off guard. We are supposed to “be awake” so the thief can’t steal from us. What does it mean to be “awake?” What does it say in verse 3? (answer: It means to pay attention, listen to God’s word and obey it.) To be asleep would mean to act like it doesn’t matter or that there’s time to change your ways later. In Noah’s day, Noah was awake and stayed alive. The others were asleep and the thief came and took them away (Matt. 24:39). What do you think it means to have kept your clothes clean or to be dressed in white? (answer: It means to be holy, without sin. It’s what we can only accomplish by Jesus’ death for us and His life in us by His Holy Spirit.) Are your clothes clean? What can you do to make sure you are awake?

Day 169

L  Read Revelation 3:7-13. What church is this letter written to?  (answer: Philadelphia) This is the only letter that has only positives to say. What good thing have they done? (answer: They have obeyed God.) What will they be spared from because they have already shown they will always obey no matter what? (answer: the test, the hard times coming to the church)

M  Read Revelation 3:7-13. What church is this letter written to?  (answer: Philadelphia, which means the city of brotherly love) This is the only letter that has only positives to say. What good thing have they done? (answer: They have obeyed God, never said no to Him, and put up with anything that was caused by that obedience.) What will they be spared from because they have already shown they will always obey no matter what? (answer: the test, the hard times coming to the church)

Day 170 

L  Read Revelation 3:14-22. Remember that these letters are written to the church. He is asking those in the church if they want to eat with him. Welcoming someone into your home to eat is welcoming them into your family. Why is Jesus outside knocking? Make sure you are spending time with Jesus and not keeping him outside! This letter also talks about people in the church feeling like they are rich and don’t need anything. This is foolish thinking. That’s the same as the armies in the Old Testament relying on their chariots to win a battle. The Philistines relied on Goliath to win their battles. David relied on the Lord. Who won? God can make our money, our home, all of the things we thinkwe can rely on can disappear in an instant. But God is always there, always faithful. We need to trust him to take care of us in every way.

M  Read Revelation 3:14-22. Remember that these letters are written to the church. He is asking those in the church if they want to eat with him. Welcoming someone into your home to eat is welcoming them into your family. Why is Jesus outside knocking? Have you invited Jesus in? Is He part of your life every day? This letter also talks about people in the church feeling like they are rich and don’t need anything. This is foolish thinking. That’s the same as the armies in the Old Testament relying on their chariots to win a battle. The Philistines relied on Goliath to win their battles. David relied on the Lord. Who won? God can make our money, our home, all of the things we think we can rely on can disappear in an instant. But God is always there, always faithful. We need to trust him to take care of us in every way.

Day 171

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  1. Read Revelation 4.
  2. Emeralds are precious stones.
  3. John is sent to Patmos as a prisoner. He is supposed to be separated from everyone. But no one can separate you from God! Jesus comes and shows him a remarkable vision that we know as Revelations. He sees these strange creatures.
  4. What do they constantly say? (answer: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God who rules over all. He was, and He is, and He will come.”)
  5. They could say, “God is love” or “Praise God.” But they constantly, without stopping declare God’s holiness — how He is set apart. God’s holiness is why Jesus needed to die, to close the gap created by our sin. By the blood of Jesus we are made holy, set apart for God.
  6. Praise God by reading verse 11 out loud. “You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.”

M  Read Revelation 4JasperCarnelian and Emerald are precious stones. You can see a note at the bottom of the reading that the seven Spirits of God could also be translated the seven-fold Spirit of God. This is referring to the Holy Spirit. Isaiah 11:2lists seven ways to describe the Holy Spirit. John is sent to Patmos as a prisoner. He is supposed to be separated from everyone. But no one can separate you from God! Jesus comes and shows him a remarkable vision that we know as Revelations. He sees these strange creatures. What do they constantly say? (answer: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come.”) They could say, “God is love” or “Praise God.” But they constantly, without stopping declare God’s holiness — how He is set apart. God’s holiness is why Jesus needed to die, to close the gap created by our sin. By the blood of Jesus we are made holy, set apart for God. Praise God by reading verse 11 out loud. “You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.”

Day 172

L  Read Revelation 5:9-14. This is another scene in God’s throne room. Who is being worshiped? Who is the one who bought God’s people with His blood? (answer: Jesus) What do you think it would be like to hear millions and millions of angels worshiping God? Do you think it would make you fall down and worship too?

M Leia Apocalipse 5 . Quem é digno de abrir o livro? (resposta: Jesus ) Por que Ele é digno? (resposta: . Ele ganhou a vitória Ele foi vitorioso sobre o pecado ea morte, quando Ele morreu na cruz. ) Eu quero que você perceber que nossas orações estão na sala do trono de Deus. Nossas orações alcançar o centro de comando 🙂O que você acha que seria como ouvir “toda criatura no céu e na terra e debaixo da terra e sobre o mar, e tudo o que neles há, cantando: ‘Àquele que está sentado no trono e ao Cordeiro, seja o louvor, glória e honra e poder, para todo o sempre! ‘?”Pense em todas as criaturas na terra e, em seguida, todas as outras criaturas também tudo o que Deus elogiando. Você acha que seria como aqueles no versículo seguinte e cair e adoração também?

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L Leia Apocalipse 6 . Este capítulo é um resumo do que é conhecido como o fim dos tempos, ou o que vai acontecer no fim do mundo. Jesus está abrindo selos. Aqui está uma imagem de um selo em um pergaminho . Há sete. Neste capítulo seis são abertos. Algumas pessoas pensam que o primeiro selo libera o anticristo, o homem que vai liderar a luta contra Deus e Seu povo no final. Pessoalmente, acredito que o avivamento primeiro selo lançamentos entre a verdadeira Igreja de Deus. O segundo ao quarto selos libertar guerra, fome e doença. Esse é o período de tempo conhecida como a primeira metade da tribulação. Ela vai durar três anos e meio. Tribulação significa provação ou sofrimento.O quinto selo lançamentos martírio, um certo número de crentes morrerão por sua fé. Nada disto é algo a temer. É aqui na Bíblia. Deus sempre soube que isso iria acontecer. Nenhuma dessas coisas vai pegá-lo de surpresa. Ele teve que planejado. Ele está permitindo que tudo isso acontecer para você! Isto é tudo preparando seu povo para ser santo para que eles possam estar com Ele, porque Ele é um Deus santo. O sexto selo marca o fim da tribulação, a fim de sete anos. Ele descreve um terremoto eo sol vai escuro e a lua virar a cor do sangue e as estrelas caem do céu. Compare isso com este verso: “Logo após o terrível sofrimento daqueles dias, ‘O sol escurecerá. A lua não vai brilhar. As estrelas cairão do céu. Os corpos celestes serão abaladas.”O mesmo, certo? Leia o resto desseEscritura . O que descrevem? Jesus voltar e reunir todo o Seu povo para Si.

M Leia Apocalipse 6 . Este capítulo é um resumo do que é conhecido como o fim dos tempos, ou o que vai acontecer no fim do mundo. Jesus está abrindo selos. Aqui está uma  imagem de um selo em um pergaminho . Há sete. Neste capítulo seis são abertos. Algumas pessoas pensam que o primeiro selo libera o anticristo, o homem que vai liderar a luta contra Deus e Seu povo no final. Pessoalmente, acredito que o avivamento primeiro selo lançamentos entre a verdadeira Igreja de Deus. O segundo ao quarto selos libertar guerra, a fome, a doença. Esse é o período de tempo conhecida como a primeira metade da tribulação. Ela vai durar três anos e meio. Tribulação significa provação ou sofrimento.O quinto selo lançamentos martírio, um certo número de crentes morrerão por sua fé. Perceber que um determinado número foi corrigido. Ninguém morre sem propósito. Ninguém pode matar um cristão verdadeiro sem que tenha sido o propósito de Deus. E Deus faz todas as coisas para o nosso bem. Essa é uma das coisas mais importantes para se lembrar durante um tempo de julgamento. Deus é fiel, no controle e bom! Ele nunca vai parar de te amar. O sexto selo marca o fim da tribulação, a fim de sete anos. Ele descreve um terremoto eo sol vai escuro e a lua virar a cor do sangue e as estrelas caem do céu. Compare isso com este verso: “Logo após o terrível sofrimento daqueles dias, ‘O sol escurecerá. A lua não vai brilhar. As estrelas cairão do céu. Os corpos celestes serão abaladas.”O mesmo, certo? Leia o resto desse Scripture. What does it describe? Jesus coming back and gathering all of His people to Himself. All of the seals were preparing for the sixth one. God’s people were being prepared to be with God. They were being made holy. Sin was being removed. They were being set apart for God so they could be with Him. Tribulation is for your good!

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L Leia Apocalipse 7: 9-17 . Quem está na frente do trono? (resposta: cada tipo diferente de pessoa que saiu da tribulação e foi lavado ) Lembre-se este é o ponto da tribulação , para que possamos estar na presença de Deus. No Antigo Testamento lemos sobre pessoas morrendo porque eles vieram à presença de Deus, mas não eram santos. Tribulação fica nos afastou-se do mundo e virou-se para Deus. Ele nos separa do mundo, para que possamos estar com Deus. O que os versículos 16 e 17 dizem sobre o que não haverá mais de depois de Jesus voltar? (resposta: fome, sede, lágrimas )

M Leia Apocalipse 7 . Quem está na frente do trono? (resposta:  cada tipo diferente de pessoa que saiu da tribulação e foi lavado ) Lembre-se este é o ponto da  tribulação , para que possamos estar na presença de Deus. No Antigo Testamento lemos sobre pessoas morrendo porque eles vieram à presença de Deus, mas não eram santos. Tribulação fica nos afastou-se do mundo e virou-se para Deus. Ele nos separa do mundo, para que possamos estar com Deus. O que os versículos 16 e 17 dizem sobre o que não haverá mais de depois de Jesus voltar? (resposta:  fome, sede, lágrimas )

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  1. Você não está indo para ler todo o livro agora. Você pode, se quiser, mas para a escola, você está indo só para olhar para algumas coisas. Como você faz lê-lo, perceber que é um livro simbólico. Ele descreve as coisas que são símbolos que representam outras coisas. Também não é um livro que lê direto. Não é em ordem.
  2. Hoje nós estamos indo para ler sobre a besta e a marca. A besta também é às vezes chamado o anticristo. Eu penso nele como a cabeça de todos os anticristos terrestres porque a Bíblia diz que há muitos anticristos, não apenas um. A marca que você vai ouvir chamado de “marca da besta”.
  3. Leia Apocalipse 13 . Lembre-se que é simbólica. As pessoas não acho que haverá dragão andando por aí.
  4. Quem vai adorar a besta? (responder a   todo aquele cujo nome não está no Livro da Vida )
  5. Qual é o propósito da besta (versículo 7)? (resposta   de ir à guerra contra o povo de Deus )
  6. Que história bíblica o versículo 15 lembrá-lo de? (responder   Sadraque, Mesach e Abedenego )
  7. Os versículos 14 e 15 de falar sobre o que eu tenho avisado sobre algumas vezes, que só porque alguém parece ter poder para fazer coisas milagrosas, isso não significa que eles são de Deus.
  8. O que se todos forçados a começar? (responder  a marca )
  9. Os crentes devem recusar-se a receber a marca . Nós não podemos usar o nome da besta em nós. O que não vai ser capaz de fazer, porque não será marcado? (resposta   comprar e vender ) Isso é bom porque Deus promete fornecer todas as nossas necessidades. Uma vez, quando a nossa família não tinha dinheiro um anjo entrou em nossa agência bancária local e depositou $ 1000 em dinheiro. Isso é o melhor que podemos descobrir o que aconteceu com base nas informações do banco poderia nos dar. Ninguém sabia que precisava de dinheiro. Nós nunca tinha contado a ninguém. Nós confiamos em Deus e Ele fornecido. Temos muitas histórias de Deus fornecer para nós. A Bíblia é verdade! Podemos confiar em Deus e Sua Palavra.
  10. Eu acho que a maioria das pessoas acreditam que haverá uma verdadeira marca de algum tipo. Algumas pessoas pensam que é simbólico, mas também porque a Bíblia diz que o Espírito Santo nos marcou. Mas, eu acho que haverá marca real, porque os crentes não será capaz de comprar ou vender se eles têm uma marca, então os incrédulos teriam de ser capaz de reconhecer instantaneamente aqueles marcados. Semelhante aos judeus vestindo uma estrela e ter suas lojas fechadas, não é?
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  1. Você não está indo para ler todo o livro agora. Você pode, se quiser, mas para a escola, você está indo só para olhar para algumas coisas. Como você faz lê-lo, perceber que é um livro simbólico. Ele descreve as coisas que são símbolos que representam outras coisas. Também não é um livro que lê direto. Não é em ordem.
  2. Hoje nós estamos indo para ler sobre a besta e a marca. A besta também é às vezes chamado o anticristo. Eu penso nele como a cabeça de todos os anticristos terrestres porque a Bíblia diz que há muitos anticristos, não apenas um. A marca que você vai ouvir chamado de “marca da besta”.
  3. Leia  Apocalipse 13 . Lembre-se que é simbólica. As pessoas não acho que haverá dragão andando por aí.
  4. Quem vai adorar a besta? (responder a   todo aquele cujo nome não está no Livro da Vida )
  5. Qual é o propósito da besta (versículo 7)? (resposta   de ir à guerra contra o povo de Deus )
  6. What does verse 10 mean?  (answer  Some Christians will be captured and some killed. Christians need to “overcome” and not deny Christ. They need to surrender to God’s purpose. It has all been planned for a reason.–look at verse 8 how Jesus’ death was planned before the world was created. God is in control! That means we have no reason to be afraid.)
  7. What Bible story does verse 15 remind you of?  (answer  Shadrach, Mesach and Abednego)
  8. Verses 14 and 15 talk about what I have warned about a few times, that just because someone seems to have power to do miraculous things, it doesn’t mean they are from God.
  9. What is everyone forced to get? (answer  the mark)
  10. Believers must refuse to receive the mark. We cannot wear the beast’s name on us. What will we not be able to do because we won’t be marked?  (answer  buy and sell) That is okay because God promises to provide all of our needs. Once when our family had no money an angel walked into our local bank branch and deposited $1000 cash. That’s the best we can figure what happened based on the information the bank could give us . No one knew we needed money. We had never told anyone. We trusted God and He provided. We have many stories of God providing for us. The Bible is true! We can trust God and His word.
  11. I think most people believe there will be a real mark of some kind. Some people think that it is symbolic as well because the Bible says the Holy Spirit has marked us. But, I think there will be real mark because believers won’t be able to buy or sell if they have a mark, so the unbelievers would need to be able to instantly recognize those marked. Similar to the Jews wearing a star and having their stores closed, isn’t it?
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  1. Leia Apocalipse 16: 1-2 e Apocalipse 16: 18-20 . Estes são descrições da ira de Deus sendo derramado sobre a terra. Wrath é uma forte demonstração de raiva. Enquanto os cristãos são prometidos tribulações e dificuldades, eles também a promessa de que a ira de Deus não é para eles . Tribulação é como disciplina, fica-nos no caminho certo, o caminho certo da obediência. Wrath é punição, recebendo o que merece.
  2. Apocalipse 8 e 9 também descrevem a ira de Deus. Leia Apocalipse 9: 3-4 . Quem não é prejudicado pelos gafanhotos? Nunca se esqueça que Deus tem isso tudo planejado e está no controle de tudo. Você não tem nenhuma razão para ter medo se você está seguindo Jesus e obedecer a Palavra de Deus.
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  1. Leia  Apocalipse 16 . Estes são descrições da ira de Deus sendo derramado sobre a terra. Wrath é uma forte demonstração de raiva. Enquanto os cristãos são prometidos tribulações e dificuldades, eles também a promessa de que  a ira de Deus não é para eles . Tribulação é como disciplina, fica-nos no caminho certo, o caminho certo da obediência. Wrath é punição, recebendo o que merece.
  2. Apocalipse 8 e 9 também descrevem a ira de Deus. Leia  Apocalipse 9: 3-4 . Quem não é prejudicado pelos gafanhotos? Nunca se esqueça que Deus tem isso tudo planejado e está no controle de tudo. Você não tem nenhuma razão para ter medo se você está seguindo Jesus e obedecer a Palavra de Deus.
  3. Eu queria salientar mais uma coisa no capítulo 16. No versículo 16, que tem a palavra Armageddon. Este é o lugar onde os governantes do mundo se reunirão para lutar Jesus quando Ele voltar com suas tropas. Quem vai ganhar? Quando ouvem Armageddon mencionado ao seu redor, as pessoas não estão falando de um local, eles estão falando sobre o fim do mundo, a destruição da Terra e da humanidade.
  4. Encontre o rio Eufrates em um mapa.
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L Leia Apocalipse 20: 11-14 . Aqui é a descrição de um evento que ocorre no final, dia do juízo. Todo mundo está diante de Deus e é julgado de acordo com o que eles fizeram. Você leu um pouco mais cedo sobre as sete igrejas. Foi prometido as igrejas que aqueles que “superou pelo sangue do Cordeiro” não seria ferido pela segunda morte e não teria o seu nome removido do Livro da Vida. Nós vencer o pecado, buscando o perdão e depois por morrer para si mesmo e deixar Jesus viver em nós. Isso significa que nós fazemos escolhas não com base no que nós queremos, mas o que Deus quer para nós. Pelo poder de Deus em nós podemos escolher não ser egoísta, mas amar a Deus e aos outros e servir a Deus e aos outros.

M Leia Apocalipse 20 . Há três eventos neste capítulo. O que eles são? (resposta: primeira ressurreição, o Senhor reinar por 1000 anos, o julgamento final ) Como você acha que a Bíblia chama a primeira ressurreição pode se relacionar com estes versos? Quanto mais você está exposto para o mundo ao seu redor, mais você vai perceber que as pessoas não concordar com qualquer coisa! A Bíblia descreve a igreja em Atos como tendo “uma só mente.” Hoje, a igreja é fragmentada em tantas peças diferentes e quase não têm uma mente em qualquer coisa. Seu trabalho é ler a Bíblia, estudá-lo e acreditar na verdade que ele ensina. Quando alguém lhe diz algo é verdadeiro, você encontrá-lo na Bíblia para saber saber se é verdade ou não. O segundo evento é os 1000 anos, por vezes referido como o reino milenar. Jesus reinará sobre a Terra. Esta Escritura fala sobre aqueles que saem da tribulação reinando com Ele. O evento final neste capítulo é o julgamento final. Todo mundo é julgado por seus atos. Nas cartas às igrejas somos informados de que o nosso nome não vai ser tirado do Livro da Vida se superar. Como podemos vencer? Pelo sangue de Jesus. Nós vencer o pecado, buscando o perdão e depois por morrer para si mesmo e deixar Jesus viver em nós. Isso significa que nós fazemos escolhas não  com base no que nós queremos, mas o que Deus quer para nós.

dia 178

L Leia Apocalipse 21: 1-8 . Quando este mundo termina, que coisas novas vai haver? (Resposta: novo céu, uma nova terra, tudo novo ) O que não vai haver mais? (resposta: morte, tristeza, choro, dor) Há uma descrição do inferno como um lago de fogo ardente, e uma lista dos tipos de pessoas que vão estar lá. Lembre-se, assassinos e outros vão para o inferno, mas você pode ser um ex-assassino e arrepender-se e ir para o céu. Quando você se arrepende de alguma coisa, Deus perdoa o seu pecado e você não cometer esse pecado. Ele também relaciona ter medo como um pecado. Somos salvos e ir para o céu pela fé, crendo e confiando em Deus. Fé e medo são opostos. Somos salvos pela fé. Aqueles que têm medo não tem fé. Isso não significa que, se você tem medo de cobras ou algo que você vai para o inferno! Isso significa que você tem que ter fé que Deus vai te salvar de morte e dar-lhe a vida eterna. Aqueles que têm medo da morte não têm fé de que Deus os salvou. Voce entende?

M  Read Revelation 21. When this world ends, what new things will there be? (answer: new heaven, new earth, new everything) What won’t there be anymore?  (answer: death, sadness, crying, pain) There is a description of hell as a lake of burning fire and a list of the types of people who will be there. Remember, murderers and others go to hell, but you can be a former murderer and repent and go to heaven. When you repent of something, God forgives your sin and you no longer commit that sin. It also lists being afraid as a sin. We are saved and go to heaven by faith, by believing and trusting God. Faith and fear are opposites. We are saved by faith. Those who are afraid do not have faith. This doesn’t mean that if you are afraid of snakes or something that you will go to hell! It means that you have to have faith that God will save you from death and give you everlasting life. Those who are afraid of death do not have faith that God has saved them. Do you understand?

Day 179

L  Read Revelation 22:10-21. When does Jesus say He is coming back? (answer: soon) The Bible tells us that God views time differently than we do. He doesn’t measure time in the same way we do. And He isn’t dilly dallying in getting back. Peter talks about this in one of his books. What can your prayer be (verse 20)? (answer: Come quickly Lord Jesus.)

M Leia Apocalipse 22 . Nós lemos antes que não haveria mais lágrimas. O que mais vai haver não mais de? Por quê? (Resposta: Não haverá mais noite porque o próprio Deus será a luz. ) Quando Jesus diz que Ele está voltando? (Resposta:  em breve ) A Bíblia nos diz que Deus vê o tempo de forma diferente do que nós. Ele não mede o tempo da mesma forma que fazemos. E ele não é coisa especial que dallying em voltar. Peter fala sobre isso em um de  seus livros . O que pode ser a sua oração (versículo 20)? (resposta:  Vem depressa Senhor Jesus. )

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