As For Me and My House Moments – Session 11

God Sends Ten Plagues

God Shows His Power through Miracles

Exodus 5 – 11

Week 11

This Week’s Focus:

  • To make sure that his people knew these leaders had his own authority behind them, God made them able to work miracles, wonderful deed s that don’t usually happen.
  • Look at Exodus 7:19.  Discuss the supernatural act of the water being turned into blood.  List out all the places that it happened.  Why did it happen this way?
  • Read Exodus 9.  What happened to God’s people during the plagues?
  • Read Exodus 10: 1- 2.  What was God thinking about when he was saving Israel from the land of Egypt?
  • Have confidence in the scriptures.  Don’t leave out chapter eleven in the book of Exodus.
  • What correlation can you make between the Passover story and the purpose of Jesus’ time on earth?

Verse of the Week:

  • Psalm 86:10 – For you are great and do wondrous things; you alone are God.

Suggested Activities:

  • Make a list of miracle workers in the Bible; you may find it surprisingly short!  Discuss why those particular individuals were enables to perform miracles.
  • Discuss why far more miracles by Jesus are recorded than miracles by anyone else.  As a result, what should we think of him?  What should be our attitude toward him?
  • Discuss how many people came into the land of Egypt.  Then examine how many people left with Moses.
  • Read 1 Corinthians 5: 7 – 8.  Talk about what the apostle Paul says about the Passover lamb?

PDF Document:

Joshua 24:15

And if it is evil in your eyes to serve the Lord, choose this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your fathers served in the region beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

Material Based Upon

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Mighty acts of God: a family Bible storybook, Starr Meade – Tim O’Connor – Crossway Books – 2010; Pg. 48 – 50

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