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A New Year's Bible Lesson

Discussion starter: Weíre welcoming in another New Year. Let's discuss OLD and NEW.

1) What new things did you receive for Christmas? or did you meet new people, make new friends, etc.?
2) Is new always better than old? Why or why not?
3) How might old be better than new? (Old friends, loved ones, storybooks, pets, etc.)
4) How is new sometimes better than old?†

Godís Word, the Bible, is divided into old and newóthe Old Testament and the New Testament. The word testament means covenant or an agreement. The Old and New Testaments are Godís written Word, his agreement with his people, meaning it is for those who trust and follow him. The Old Testament was written before Jesus came to earth. Itís the story of Godís people, prophecies, and promises . . . 

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Get ready for the New Year!

God's New Year's celebration, the Feast of Trumpets, is quite different than our secular New Year's celebration. The Feast of Trumpets marks the beginning of the civil or national year for Israel; it occurs during September or October. This feast is known today as Rosh Hashanah, but it has little if any comparison to the Biblical celebration. Although the Bible doesnít say this, the Feast of Trumpets is believed to celebrate the creation of the world, and specifically when God created humankind on the sixth day. Trumpets were to be blown during this feast, calling people to wake up spiritually and repent of their sins. And in this regard, New Year's resolutions of today might find their similarity. For example, promising to quit a bad habit or destructive lifestyle, deciding to eat more healthfully, resolving to treat others with kindness, and turning from sinful behaviors to draw near to God, are good beginnings for a new year whether it's in September, October, or January! 

Learn more about the Biblical Feasts.

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New Year's Bible Lesson for Children:
God's Resolutions

Begin class time discussing the meaning of a resolution---the root word, "resolute," means determined, firm, purposeful, strong-willed, courageously steadfast. Then play God's Resolutions, below.

When people make New Year's resolutions they are stating firm promises to accomplish something good in their lives. New Year's resolutions are sometimes just silly fun, like promising to never eat Brussel Sprouts! Most times resolutions are more meaningful, such as promising to quit a sinful habit to improve your health, or to control your tongue so as not to offend others, or to do something helpful for others. But, more often than not, New Year's Resolutions are not easily kept. So what's wrong? Why is it so difficult to make and keep our promises to do better for ourselves and others? 

If you're not a child of God, changing sinful habits is very difficult, if not impossible. So don't wait another minute, start the New Year out right. Ask . . . get this New Year's Lesson for Kids.

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