A five part lesson series designed specifically for those students who are ready to receive Jesus into their hearts, or who are starting to ask questions about being baptized. The goal of this series is to help such children realize that the decision to accept Jesus is something they need to do on their own and that in doing so they can have New Life in Christ.
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Lesson 1 - Heaven is a Free Gift
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will understand that it is impossible for someone to get to Heaven on his or her own efforts. The next two lessons address the issues that all persons are sinners and this sin causes separation from God. The last two lessons explain how God sent His only Son to pay the price for our sins and how it is by placing our trust in Jesus alone that we can be saved.
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Lesson 2 - Am I a Sinner?
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will understand that even they have committed sin at one point in their lives. They will also see sin for what it really is, a serious problem in everyone's life.
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Lesson 3 - The Cost of Sin
After completing this Sunday school lesson, the children will realize that because of sin they are separated from God, and that because God is just, He must punish sin. However, He is also merciful, and does not want to punish us.
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Lesson 4 - Jesus is the Answer
In this Sunday school lesson, the children will discover that Jesus is God's answer to our sin. They will learn that Jesus died on the cross for us, and purchased our place in Heaven. Jesus got what he did not deserve, to keep us from getting what we do deserve, that is eternal death and separation from God.
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Lesson 5 - Trusting in Christ Alone
In this Sunday school lesson, the children will discover that faith is the key to receiving the gift of Salvation. Out of faith we are able to trust in Christ alone, confess His Holy name before others, be repentant of our sins, and finally in obedience to His Word, be baptized.
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