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Judgment of God

God's punishment or wrath for doing wrong, God's Judgment (see also wrath)


Members After the Kingdom - Off to Exile
In this lesson, students learn that God can use anyone to accomplish His purposes, even our enemies.
Members Confrontation with Pharaoh
In this lesson, students learn that there is only one true God who is both just and merciful.
Members Faithfulness Despite Circumstances
The prophetic book of Daniel inspires us to live a life of faithfulness and trust to a glorified and praiseworthy God, regardless to our circumstances.
Members God Doesn't Have Favorites
God judges all men equally, regardless to nationality, power, or circumstances. Prophets Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah encourage us to live a life of repentance, humility and faith because of God's mercy.
Members It's Not Fair!
Things in this life do not always seem fair. In this lesson, we are reminded that everything is in God's hands, not ours, and what happens after this life is final and just.
Members Jude
This lesson on Jude inspires students to live in obedience to Christ, serving His purposes and not their own.
Members Judgment for Judah, Assyria, & Edom
Judgment can be avoided if we repent. In this lesson, we explore three prophets, Obadiah, Joel, and Jonah, who exhort people to turn to God and away from their wickedness.
Members Judgment is Coming, Comfort is Coming
God has a plan and a purpose for our lives, if we allow Him to use us. From Isaiah, we discover why we need to give into God’s calling by saying, “Here I am Lord, send me,” whether that be near or far.
Members Lessons from the Flood
There is much more to the story of Noah than animals coming two by two. The great flood ends with a covenant, sealed with a rainbow. God sealed His promise to us with Christ's own blood.
Members New Heaven and New Earth
Students learn that they should live for God, bearing fruit in His name, now—not some time in the future.
Members Obadiah
Through the shortest book in the OT, Obadiah, students learn that they should not live lives of arrogance, but rather they should help those who suffer, even if the suffering are our enemies.
Members Sin and Salvation
Students get a biblical definition of what it means to be human, how sin keeps us from being fully human, and God's plan to save and sanctify mankind.
Members The End
This lesson gives students a Biblical perspective of the End Times.
Members The Passover
Through this lesson, students learn about Passover and its significance for Christians.
Members The Seven Plagues
In this lesson, students learn about the seven plagues mentioned in the book of Revelation.
Members The Seven Seals
This lesson helps students understand what the seven seals represent. It also encourages students to live as faithfully as those who have preceded them.
Members The Seven Trumpets
This lesson will help students understand the meaning of the seven trumpets and inspire students to live faithfully.
Members Three Unlikely Voices
God uses three unlikely voices to bring powerful messages of judgment to God's people. From the prophecies of Amos, Hosea, and Micah, we learn how God can use us for His purpose, no matter who we are.
Members Warrior Jesus
We may not be accustomed to the image we have of Jesus from the book of Revelation. However, it is no less true.
Members What John Saw
Through this lesson, students learn that God alone is worthy to receive glory and honor because He created all things, and it is because of His Will that they exist.

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“God wants all men to come to repentance.” 2 Peter 3:9. We, as leaders of students, share that passion, and everything we do is focused on introducing Jesus to our students.
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