Daily Discussions 4

2022 | Term 1 | Week 4 | March 7-11

This week, kids learned in Luke 9:28-29 that the mountaintop moments we experience are This week, kids learned in Luke 4:1-13 that Jesus was tempted by the devil in the wilderness. They learned that’s one reason Jesus understands what it’s like for them when they face temptations at school, home, and even at home. Jesus faced really hard temptations, like when the devil told Jesus to change stones to bread, and Jesus was really hungry after not eating for 40 days! They found out that He used God’s Word from the Bible to fight temptation and to help Him know what to do. God’s Word gave Him the confidence to fight the enemy. Kids learned they can follow Jesus’ example when they’re tempted, and He will give them strength. Bible Memory Verse: “Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the desert, where for 40 days He was tempted by the devil.” Luke 4:1-2

Monday
  • Review Luke 4:1-2 today.
  • When is it hardest for you to fight temptation?
  • Ask Jesus to help you make the right choice when you’re faced with a hard temptation. 

Tuesday
  • Review Luke 4:1-2 today.
  • Tell about a time it was hard for you to know the difference between right and wrong.
  • Ask God to help you find answers in His Word, or people who can point you to them.

Wednesday
  • Review Luke 4:1-2 today.
  • Tell about a time you helped someone else when they were being tempted.
  • Thank Jesus that He’s your friend and he’s always there to help you when you’re tempted.

Thursday
  • Review Luke 4:1-2 today.
  • What’s a way you can fight a temptation this week?
  • Ask Jesus to remind you of how you will fight temptation and for the power to do it.

Friday
  • Review Luke 4:1-2 today.
  • Tell about a time you followed Jesus’ example.
  • Thank Jesus that He gives us examples from His life about how to fight temptation.

Published by St Johns Papatoetoe

Presbyterian Church, Hunters Corner, Papatoetoe, Auckland, New Zealand belonging to Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ).

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