Such detail and so much study to teach the older kids who generally don’t think seriously at that age… What a wonderful example for adults too!
For the past couple of years I’ve been working on a series for older kids on the Books of Law. So far we’re on lesson 50, but only maybe half way through? Prior to this, I had never studied the books of Exodus through Deuteronomy in too much detail, since they seemed both a little daunting and dry to me. (Shame on me!) Though I’ve put my heart into making these lessons interesting for my students, I think I’ve learned way more from this study than they have. It’s been the most rewarding (albeit challenging) series I’ve ever worked on, partly because I began it with virtually no knowledge of most of the laws, and have learned so much; also because the topics in the Old Law foreshadow the New Law so beautifully, exactly as God designed them for.
My students are ages ten to fourteen, but most of the knowledge has been…
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Is there a way to download your Lessons From the Books of the Law? I found lesson 1 and lesson 2 after much clicking from page to page. I look forward to seeing them.
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Beverly, I have contacted Kara and she will see to it that you get copies. OR, you can copy those directly from her blog–keeping in mind that the copyright is hers. As long as you use the material for your own use, everything will be fine.