April 17-21, 2023

Study Guide                         

Bible Lesson 28: Jeremiah Perseveres

Memory Verse: Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you – this is the LORD’s declaration – plans for your well-being, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.    

  1. Jeremiah was the son of a priest. God is omniscient and He knew Jeremiah before Jeremiah was born.
  2. When God called Jeremiah to be His prophet, Jeremiah felt inadequate. Jeremiah needed to listen to God in order to know what God wanted him to say to the nation of Judah.
  3. God blessed Jeremiah and promised to strengthen him and deliver him from those who would seek to harm him because of the Lord’s message of judgment.
  4. Jeremiah proclaimed God’s warning of coming judgment on the people if they did not change their ways.
  5. In Jeremiah 29:11, God assured Judah and Jeremiah that His thoughts and plans toward them were to give them hope and a future.
  6. Psalm 139 reveals God’s omniscience, which means that He is all-knowing.
  7. When God calls people to do a special job, He faithfully prepares and empowers them.
  8. Reproof means criticism of a behavior or belief.
  9. In spite of suffering numerous forms of persecution and trials, Jeremiah remained faithful to God’s call.
  10. Jeremiah is known as the weeping prophet because he mourned over Israel’s sin and destruction.
  11. God faithfully accomplishes His plan, regardless of the circumstances.
  12. The Lord is faithful to believers and wants them to be faithful to Him.
  13. When the people refused to listen to God and Jeremiah, the prophecy of judgment against Judah was fulfilled.
  14. The Recabites faithfully obeyed their forefather’s instructions to never drink wine. This faithfulness pleased the Lord, and He promised that the family would always have a descendant who served Him.
  15. Jeremiah used the Recabites’ faithfulness to their earthly forefather as an example of how Judah should have been faithful to their heavenly Father.
  16. God used the analogy or example of how a potter molds clay to describe His relationship with His children. He shapes them into the image of Christ so they can fulfill His purpose.
  17. Although Adoniram Judson was raised in a faithful Christian family, his faith was challenged while in college, and he became an atheist for several. An atheist is someone who does not believe God exists.
  18. As a missionary, Judson suffered much persecution and endured many trials, but he never gave up. He led over 7,000 Burmese people to the Lord and translated the entire Bible into Burmese.
  19. Both Jeremiah and Adoniram Judson were called by God, heard god say go, were sent to people who worshipped idols, had opposition, persecution, and trials, and trusted God to deliver them.

Spelling Lesson 31

affect -to have an influence on

effect – 1. a result 2. to bring about; to make a change happen

affection – fondness; love

defective – faulty; flawed

dictate – to command; to speak out loud or give orders

verdict – a decision; the outcome from the information presented during a trial

prediction – telling of a future event; outlook

contradict – to speak in opposition; deny

visible – able to be seen; noticeable

visibility – the farthest distance at which something can be seen

supervise – oversee; manage

supervision – the action of supervising; management

ozone – a three-atom form of oxygen

inertia – the resistance to a change of motion

orbital – related to a path in which a heavenly body moves around another heavenly body

mantle – the layer between the earth’s crust and its core

velocity – a measure of an object’s speed and direction; speed

universe – all the matter and energy in existence; cosmos

revolution – the action of a heavenly body giving around in orbit; orbit

accelerate – to move faster

**Test Schedule for April 17-21, 2023

No Spelling Pretest this week

Reading Tests – Vocabulary and Story Comprehension Friday, April 21

Spelling Definition Test – Thursday, April 20

Spelling Word Test – Friday, April 21

Math – Chapter 7 Test Tuesday, April 18

Read and Comprehend Cold Read – Friday, April 21

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

Study for upcoming tests.

Read AR for 20 minutes each night

**Weekly Focus: April 17-21, 2023

Bible – Jeremiah Perseveres Lesson 28

Reading – Small Steps Part I

Math – Chapter 7 Test and Begin Chapter 8

Language – Unit 8 apostrophes, colons hyphens, semicolons, underlining

Social Studies – Colonies

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