Unit 1, Session 5: Noah and the Ark

 

 

Dear Parents,

 

Thank you for continuing this journey of The Gospel Project® for Kids. Today’s Bible story is about Noah and the ark. By the time Noah lived—10 generations after Adam—people had stopped following God. In fact, Scripture describes the terrible situation: “Man’s wickedness was widespread on the earth … every scheme his mind thought of was nothing but evil all the time” (Gen. 6:5). God was right to punish this sin. He decided to send a flood to cover the earth and destroy everything. God graciously chose to save one man and his family, so he warned Noah about the flood and told him to build an ark.

 

When the ark was complete, God’s judgment did come. The floodwaters covered the earth. Every living thing was destroyed, but Noah and his family were safe inside the ark. God rescued Noah’s family—the family His own Son would be born into. Jesus would warn of God’s coming judgment too, but instead of condemning the world, Jesus would give up His life to rescue sinners. Pray that the Lord would help you clearly communicate the gospel to your children. Pray that the Holy Spirit would lead them to receive Jesus, who rescues us from God’s anger toward sin. (1 Thess. 1:10)

Unit 1 Lesson 5

Family starting points

Babies and Toddlers Preschool Kids
●        God is good. God is holy.

●        God saved Noah from the flood.

●        God sent Jesus because He loves us.

●        Why did God create the world? God created the world for His glory.

●        What is sin? Sin is breaking God’s law.

●        God is holy.

●        Why did God create the world? God created the world and everything in it for His glory.

●        What is sin? Sin is breaking God’s law, and sin separates people from God.

●        God is holy, and He punishes sin.

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