November 28 – December 2, 2022

By November 26, 2022 Mrs. Kathryn Milton

November 28-December 2, 2022

Study Guide Bible Lesson 14: Samson Chooses Unwisely

Memory Verse: 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 19Don’t you know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God? You are not your own, 20for you were bought at a price. So, glorify God with your body.

  1. A Nazirite is defined as one who was set apart for God’s special purposes.
  2. Nazirite – He or she was to never cut his or her hair, never eat any part of grapes or drink strong drink, never eat anything unclean, and never go near or touch a dead body.
  3. A vow is defined as a solemn promise or pledge.
  4. The omnipotence of God was evident when Samson’s mother, who had not been able to have children, became pregnant and gave birth to a son.
  5. God told Samson’s parents that Samson would begin to free the Israelites from the Philistine rule.
  6. Sometimes God calls people to begin a task that someone else will finish.
  7. God’s Spirit was revealed in Samson’s life through his supernatural strength. This strength was to be used in judgment against the Philistines.
  8. Samson broke his Nazirite vow when he ate honey that came from dead animal carcass and allowed his hair to be cut. He probably also failed at being a Nazirite by drinking alcoholic drinks at a feast.
  9. Samson’s main problem was he often followed his fleshly desires instead of God’s will. This was frequently shown in his interest in the wrong women.
  10. Samson’s sin led to his own death when he allowed himself to fall in love with Delilah and to reveal the secret of his strength.
  11. The Philistines captured Samson, blinded him, bound him with chains, made him grind grain in prison, and mocked him at celebrations of the false god Dagon.
  12. Samson was deceived, captured, and humiliated; he pulled down the temple, killing himself along with 3,000 Philistine leaders.
  13. Samson destroyed the Philistines’ central place of worship.
  14. God’s Word and the Holy Spirit help believers identify sin and avoid dangerous choices.
  15. Believers make choices every day. Ignoring the Holy Spirit’s prompting results in poor choices, which create a poor reputation.
  16. Poor choices can limit the release of God’s power in a person’s life. Even though Samson did mighty things, he would have been much more effective if he had lived according to God’s ways.

Spelling Lesson 15 Homographs

invalid – not valid; a sickly or disabled person

wound – an injury; to turn completely around

excuse – to remove responsibility; a good reason

record – to copy for future use; an official document

conflict – an opposing action; to fail to be in agreement

console – the electric devise that connects to a television set; to comfort

conduct – a behavior; to take part in the management of something

address – to speak out; the directions for delivery on an envelope

produce – to make available to be seen; fresh fruits and vegetables

complex – a building or group of housing units; hard to analyze

increase – to make greater; an addition

contract – a written agreement; to become less in size

rotation – the action of rotating

surface – the uppermost part

periodic – occurring at regular intervals

strength – the quality of being strong

proximity – the closeness of one thing to another

continuous – uninterrupted in space, tone, or order

gravitational – describes the force of gravity

transportable – able to be carried from one place to another


Test Schedule

Spelling Pretest – No spelling pretest this week 

Bible: Chapter 14 Tuesday, December 6

Reading Tests – Vocabulary and Story comprehension Friday, Dec. 2

Spelling Definition Test – Thursday, December 1

Spelling Word Test – Friday, December 2

Read and Comprehend Cold Reads – Friday, December 2


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 November 28-December 2, 2022

Bible – Chapter 14 Samson Chooses Unwisely

Literature – Story – After School

English – Pronouns

Math – Chapter 4: 1-Digit Divisors

Science – Chapter 4 Ecological Succession

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