Friday, March 13, 2015

The Best Leviticus through Deuteronomy Online Sunday School Lessons


Use these Sunday school lessons on Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy to help inspire and guide your lesson planning! God bless!




Leviticus - Deuteronomy Online Sunday School Lessons
  • God's Great Sign – Exodus-Deuteronomy overview – This lesson plan by Tony Kummer teaches children the events of the Exodus and getting to the Promised Land.
  • Worship at the Tabernacle – Leviticus 9:1-24 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that without the shedding of blood, there can be no forgiveness.
  • Worshiping Idols Sunday School LessonLeviticus 19 – This Sunday School lesson by Mickey Thompson from the Sermons4Kids site will help your students to understand why it’s important to never place anyone or anything above God in their lives.
  • Through the Bible Series: Leviticus – Leviticus 20:26 – Use this lesson from TruthforChildren to teach children how the laws in Leviticus point to the coming Messiah, Jesus Christ.
  • Through the Bible Series: Numbers – Book of Numbers – This lesson from TruthforChildren teaches children why and how Numbers foreshadows the coming of Jesus.
  • Our High Priest: The Lord Blesses His Children – Numbers 6:22-27 – Use this full lesson plan from TruthforChildren to teach children that just as God appointed a representative for the Israelites, so he sent Jesus to represent the entire human race.
  • Following God's Lead Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 9:15-23 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, will help you teach your students about following the signs that God gives us in our daily lives. With a game of Simon Says, followed by Follow the Leader, this Sunday School lesson will give your students an understanding of how to watch for signs from God, as well.
  • The Israelites Follow God – Numbers 9:15-23 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that wherever God goes, we can follow. We don't follow a pillar of smoke or fire, but rather the Holy Spirit.
  • Quail from the Lord – Numbers 11:4-35 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God provides for our needs, not necessarily our wants.
  • The People are Afraid Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 13-14 – Use this Sunday School lesson by site owner Rev. Stephen R. Wilson to help your students understand how important faith is. This lesson discusses how and why God punished the Israelites for being so afraid that they lost faith and nearly turned back to Egypt.
  • Exploring Canaan – Numbers 13:1-33 – This full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that our sins always have consequences.
  • The 12 Spies for Preschoolers – Numbers 13:1-32 – Use this complete lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan to teach preschoolers the story of the spies in Canaan and Israel's rebellion.
  • 12 Spies and 40 Years of Wandering – Numbers 13:1-34 – This lesson plan by Felicia Mollohan teaches children the tale of Israel exploring Canaan, and their rebellion therein.
  • God Chooses the Leaders Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 16 – In this Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson, you can teach your students about the importance of trusting God’s judgement, and honoring the talents and skills He has given each individual.
  • Three Rebellious Leaders – Numbers 16:1-35 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that we should not rebel against those who have authority over us.
  • Aaron's Staff – Numbers 17:1-13 – This Sunday school lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God proved his blessing of Aaron as high priest by blossoming his staff.
  • Aaron Dies – Numbers 20:14-29 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children about symbolism and how giving Eleazar his father's cloak was the symbol that he was now the high priest.
  • Moses and the Bronze Snake Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 21 – This Sunday School lesson by site owner, Rev. Stephen R. Wilson will help you to teach your students three things: that complaining about everything, especially things that God has given us, is wrong; that it is important to always admit when we’ve sinned, and ask forgiveness; and that forgiveness comes through letting Jesus into our hearts.
  • The Brass Serpent – Numbers 21:4-9 – Use this Sunday school lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that when we're bitten by sin, we can look to Jesus for forgiveness and healing.
  • The Israelites are Victorious – Numbers 21:21-35 – This lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that just as God helped the Israelites defeat their enemies, so he helps us today to overcome our troubles.
  • Balaam and the Donkey – Numbers 22:1-35 – Use this full lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that we need to be open and obedient to God in order to see what God wants us to.
  • Balaam's Talking Donkey – Number 22:21-24 – This complete lesson plan by Brittany Bradshaw teaches children that God's children need to be listening to God and to obey him.
  • Balaam and the Donkey Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 22:22-24 – Using this Sunday School lesson about Balaam and the talking donkey, teach your students about the importance of trusting in God, and not doing something that is a sin, or that God tells us not to do – no matter who it is trying to make us sin. Use the talking donkey to catch and hold your students’ attention, so they don’t miss the moral – that God has more authority than any earthly authority.
  • Joshua is Chosen as Leader – Numbers 27:12-23, Deuteronomy 34:1-12 – Use this complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum to teach children that we need to obey those God puts in charge of us.
  • The Tribes of Reuben and Gad – Numbers 32:1-33 – This complete lesson plan from weebly's Free Sunday School Curriculum teaches children that God doesn't want us to fight alone, so others will come alongside us, and we can fight alongside others.
  • Through the Bible Series: Deuteronomy – Book of Deuteronomy – This full lesson from TruthforChildren teaches children how and why the book of Deuteronomy foreshadows Christ's coming.
  • God is Always With Us - Deuteronomy 2:7 - Use this complete lesson plan by Brittany Bradshaw to teach children that God is constant.
  • Sunday School Teacher Tribute Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 4:9 - This is a template for telling students what you've learned in Sunday School and helping them to understand how important it is.
  • Training Your Children – Deuteronomy 6:4-9 – Use this devotional by Daniel Lowery to teach children the importance of ministering to those who are younger than them.
  • Serving God Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 13 - This object lesson by Amanda Bellue shows children that we all have unique gifts that we can use to serve God.
  • Jesus With Us Sunday School Lesson - Deuteronomy 31 - This lesson by Judy Grubb helps students to understand that in the midst of life's changes, God will never change and will always be with us.
  • Blanket - Deuteronomy 33:12 - Use this object lesson by Mimi Bullock to teach children about the blessing of Benjamin and the blessing of God over their lives.
  • Moses Dies Sunday School Lesson - Numbers 20, Deuteronomy 34, and Jude 9 - By Rev. Steve Wilson, this lesson tells students about the death of Moses and the hope we have of a future resurrection.

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