Unit 2, Session 3 The Promise Reaffirmed

Unit 2, Session 3: The Promise Reaffirmed

Dear Parents,


Thank you for continuing this journey of The Gospel Project® for Kids. In His covenant with Abraham, God promised land, descendants, and a blessing to all the nations of the earth. (Gen. 22:17-18) In today’s Bible story, God reaffirmed the promise to Abraham’s son Isaac and to his grandson Jacob. (Gen. 26:3-4; 28:13-14)


When Isaac’s wife, Rebekah, became pregnant with twins, the babies struggled with each other inside her. God explained their future. The older son (Esau) would serve the younger (Jacob). Their families would separate and become two nations, one stronger than the other. These things came true, but not in the way Isaac’s family would have expected. Jacob tricked his father and brother to steal the blessing. To escape his brother’s anger, Jacob fled to his uncle’s house.


On the way, God spoke to Jacob in a dream. Jacob saw a stairway to heaven, and he saw God there. God repeated the promise to Jacob. He promised to be with Jacob. Explain to your kids that, like the stairway in Jacob’s dream, Jesus bridges the gap between heaven and earth. (See John 1:51.) Jesus came into the world to save sinners. Sin separates people from God, but when people turn from their sin and trust in Jesus, Jesus brings them into God’s family.


Unit 2 Session 3

Family starting points

Babies and Toddlers Preschool Kids
●        God made His promise to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

●        God promised to send Jesus into Abraham’s family.

●        God always keeps His promises.



●        What did God promise? God promised to bless His people

●        God reminded Abraham’s family about His promises.


●        What did God promise? God made a covenant to bless His people.

●        God reminded Abraham’s family that He always keeps His promises.




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