January 9-13, 2023

By January 6, 2023 January 9th, 2023 Mrs. Kathryn Milton

January 9-13, 2023

Study Guide                                         

Bible Lesson 17: Christmas 

Memory Verse: Luke 4:18-19 18 The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set free the oppressed, 19 to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.    CSB

  1. The first mention of the gospel message of salvation is found in Genesis 3:15.
  2. God personally announced the first prophecy.
  3. Fulfilled prophecy is extremely important because it proves the bible is true, God is real and Jesus is the Christ.
  4. Fulfilled prophecy also reveals God’s omnipotence–His quality of being all-powerful.
  5. There are over 300 prophecies in the Old Testament related to Christ’s first coming.
  6. The Christmas season is a perfect time to consider the overwhelming evidence of proof for Christ the Messiah, who came to restore people back to a personal relationship with God.
  7. God said the task for the Servant-Messiah, to redeem the Jews alone would be too small.
  8. The Messiah would be the Light to the Gentiles and the Jews.
  9. The gospel message is for everyone.
  10. In the temple city of Jerusalem, Simeon held the Christ Child, praising God that he could see the Messiah as it had been promised to him
  11. The apostle Paul testified that what he was saying about Jesus Christ was exactly what the prophets and Moses had already said would happen.
  12.  A covenant is an agreement between two individuals or groups.
  13. There were many differences between the Mosaic covenant and the new covenant: the new covenant would never be broken; God’s laws would be placed into the minds and hearts of His followers, rather than on tablets of stone; all partners would know God personally and have their sins forgiven forever; the coming Messiah would be the new, eternal covenant.
  14. Jesus described the new covenant as a new covenant in His blood, which was shed for all.
  15. Hebrews 8:13 describes the first covenant as obsolete, growing old, aging, and will soon disappear.
  1. The birth of Christ took place about 700 years after Isaiah prophesied about the Messiah.
  2. The Messiah came about 400 years after Malachi, the last book in the Old Testament, was written.
  3. In the synagogue in Nazareth, Jesus read the passage Isaiah 61:1-2a, fulfilling prophecy.
  4. Christ was anointed to preach and proclaim liberty and freedom to the captives.

Spelling Lesson 18

fraction – a broken part or a piece of something; a fragment

infraction – a break in a rule or law; a violation

transporting – carrying across a distance

envision – to see in one’s mind

invisible – not able to be seen

proclamation – the state of announcing something; announcement

corrupting – continually breaking away from what is good; ruining; damaging

disruption – the state of breaking something apart or interrupting; an interruption

submarine – undersea vessel

circumscribe – to draw a line around

describe – to give a thorough account

intention – a purpose or plan held in mind

contraction – a drawing out or pulling together; reduction in size; tightening

secede – to formally withdraw from an organization

extraction – the process of drawing something out of another thing; removal

vow – a solemn promise or pledge

psalm – a poem of praise to God that is said or sung

Messiah – the expected King or Deliverer of the Hebrews

providence – God’s divine guidance, care, or provision

encourage – to cause to feel courage, good attitude, or hope


Test Schedule January 9-13, 2023

Spelling Pretest – No spelling pretest this week

Bible: Chapter 16 (Samuel Listens to God) Test – Tuesday, January 10

Reading Tests – Vocabulary and Story comprehension Friday, Jan. 13

Spelling Definition Test – Thursday, January 12

Spelling Word Test – Friday, January 13

Read and Comprehend Cold Reads – Friday, January 13

Social Studies Test – Thursday, January 12 Study guide is posted.

Language Test – Adjectives – Friday, Study pages 85-91 language book

Homework: Please check your child’s agenda for daily homework. (i.e., math)

Study for upcoming tests!

Read AR book for 20 minutes each night.

Weekly Focus January 9-13, 2023

Bible – Chapter 17 – Christmas

Literature – Hattie’s Birthday Box

English – Adjectives/Adverbs

Math – Chapter 5 2-Digit Divisors

Social Studies – Maps














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