Faith in our Faithful God

Faith in our Faithful God

In this curriculum we look at Hebrews 11 and at the stories of those specifically named for their faith in God. 

In fact, some of these people don’t sound like heroes at all!

So where did their faith come from? It is clear to see in every situation that they had faith because GOD WAS FAITHFUL!

Click on the dropdown below for an intro to each lesson within the curriculum

Lesson One: Faith in our Faithful God. (Hebrews 11:1)

Having faith in God is not a blind faith, but rather a certainty to know that He always keeps His promises and we can trust Him. This lesson takes a look at some of the heroes found in Hebrews 11. 

Lesson Two: Noah: Faith to Obey (Luke 11:28)

Noah had never seen rain before, but He had faith to obey God and build the ark. God was faithful and protected Noah and His family. 

Lesson Three: Abraham: Faith in God’s promises. (Genesis 15:6)

God made 3 promises to Abraham; land, many descendents and that he would be the father of a great nation. Even though it seemed physically impossible, Abraham had faith in God’s promises, even when he was tested. God was faithful and kept His promises. 

Lesson Four: Moses: Faith over Fear. (Psalm 46:1)

Amram and Jochebed could easily have chosen fear and their baby Moses would have been killed, but they chose faith, because they knew that God had a plan for their child’s life. When God called Moses to lead the people out of Egypt Moses could have also chosen fear and in fact at some point he did, but God was faith to use him and set His people free. 

Lesson Five: Rahab: Saved by Faith. (Proverbs 19:21)

Rahab was not an Israelite, but she heard about their God had done. She chose to be a part of God’s plan and hide the spies. God was faithful to protect, forgive and bless Rahab. 

Lesson Six: Gideon: Faith for Victory. (Isaiah 54:17)

The angel called Gideon, “Mighty Warrior”, but Gideon was hiding at the bottom of a winepress. Yet, God had a plan and He wanted to use Gideon to lead a small army against the large and allied Midianite army. Gideon had faith for the victory and God was faithful to give them just that. 

Lesson Seven: John: Faith to speak out. (Ephesians 2:8)

Back in Bible times there were no billboards to advertise an important message. So God uses ordinary people that live in the wilderness and eat locusts like John to spread His message. Not everyone liked what John had to say, but John had faith to speak out and God was faithful to use John to prepare the way for Jesus. 

Lesson Eight: Thomas: What happens when we doubt. (Psalm 94:19)

Thomas was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus. He saw all of the incredible miracles of Jesus, yet he doubted that Jesus had been resurrected and since then he has been known as, “Doubting Thomas”. But we all doubt sometimes and there is so much more to the life of Thomas than just that one moment. 

Lesson Nine: Who had faith. (Hebrews 10:23)

This curriculum taught us about a lot of the heroes in the Bible and the faith that they had in our faithful God. Now put your memory to the test and play games as you remember and recap all the heroes we have looked at. 

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