October 24-28, 2022

By October 22, 2022 Mrs. Kathryn Milton

October 24-28, 2022

Bible Study Guide                                         

Bible Lesson 11: Deborah Helps Others  Memory Verse: Psalm 121:1-2   1I lift my eyes toward the mountains. Where will my help come from? 2My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.     CSB

  1. The cycle of sin is rebellion, bondage, repentance, rescue, and rest.
  2. Deborah is the only prophetess mentioned in the book of Judges. She was also a judge, a wife, and a great leader.
  3. God loves, cherishes, and values men and women equally.
  4. Because of their sinful ways, the Israelite nation suffered under the rule of King Jabin and the Canaanites. King Jabin’s army was superior in its day because it had 900 iron chariots. Sisera was the commander of King Jabin’s army.
  5. Oppressed means weighted down by harsh authority or power.
  6. God revealed to Deborah that He was calling Barak to lead the army against their enemy, the Canaanites. When Deborah first informed Barak that God wanted him to fight their enemy in battle, Barak refused to go unless Deborah went with him. Barak refused to go unless Deborah went with him. Because of Deborah’s faith in God and the encouragement she gave, Barak’s faith grew. Barak is even mentioned in the book of Hebrews as an example of faith.
  7. A good leader, like Deborah, encourages others to do what is right. A good leader, like Deborah, encourages others to do what is right. A good leader is also helpful to others.
  8. Jael, the wife of Heber, offered Sisera a safe place to hide and milk to drink. When he had fallen to sleep, Jael killed him with a tent peg – Jael with the nail. Just as Deborah had prophesied to Barak, God allowed a woman to get the honor for the victory over Sisera.
  9. After the great victory against the Canaanites, Deborah and Barak sang a song of praise. In the “Song of Deborah,” they praised God and the men who were willing to go to battle against an overly powerful enemy. Deborah rebuked the people of Reuben, Gilead, Dan, and Asher because they did not join Israel’s fight. She declared that they would not receive honor as the rest of Israel would.
  10. When Israel sinned, God judged them by giving them over to the ungodly Canaanite people. When Israel repented from their evil ways and turned back to God, He delivered them from the Canaanites. The same goes for people today. When people sin against God, they will suffer the consequences of sin. However, when people repent and turn to Jesus for salvation or forgiveness, He delivers them from their sin.
  11. Conscience is defined as the knowledge of right and wrong and a conviction to do what is right. 
  12. God gave people a conscience to help determine right from wrong.
  13. Philippians 2:9-11 says there is power in the name of Jesus.
  14. Believers can encourage one another and help to carry each other’s burdens by listening to, praying for, and helping to meet one another’s physical and emotional needs.

Spelling Lesson 11

identify – to recognize and name

televise – to broadcast a far distance to be seen

parallel – similar; resembling each other

scientist – a person who specializes in observing, studying, and experimenting

innocent – free rom sin or guilt; uncorrupted

ordinary – common; usual

diamond – a hard gem, made from crystals of carbon, that is formed under tremendous pressure and heat

estimate – to make a guess based on facts

anonymous – not named or identified

satisfactory – adequate; acceptable

atmosphere – the mass of air surrounding the earth

management – the handling or supervising of something

lichen – a complex, plant organism consisting of both fungi and algae

alpine – relating to the elevated, slopes above the timberline of a mountain

Arctic – relating to the region near or on the North Pole

terrain – landscape; ground

reindeer – large deer, with antlers on both male and female species, that are found in the Northern Hemisphere

Antarctic – relating to the region near or on the South Pole

permafrost – a permanently frozen layer of ground

refuse – to deny; giveback, or disprove


Test Schedule

Spelling Pretest – Monday, October 24

Bible: Chapter 10 Tuesday, October 27 (Study guide was posted this week).

Spelling Definition Test – Thursday, October 27

Spelling Word Test – Friday, October 28

Read and Comprehend Cold Reads – Friday, October 28

Language Chapter 3 Test – Sentences and Sentence Parts (Finishing Chapter 3 and chapter review will be completed in class during the week)

Science – Chapter 2 Test Wednesday, October 26 (Study guide is on website and chapter 2 review in science workbook.)


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 October 24-28, 2022

Bible – Chapter 11 Deborah Helps Others

LiteratureFrom The Black Stallion

English – Finishing Sentences and Sentence Parts Chapter 3

Math – Chapter 3- Multiply Whole Numbers

Science – Cells

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