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Apr 2018

Lesson Review – Luke 17:11-19 – Jesus Cleanses Ten Lepers

Parents,

Here are some review notes from this week’s lesson in our preschool and K-4 classes. This week we studied Luke 17:11-19 – Jesus Cleanses Ten Lepers.

This is lesson 25 of 78 in our study of the New Testament. This lesson corresponds with Story 103 in The Gospel Story Bible and with Week 25 of the Old Story New family devotional.

Gospel Truth for Today

The forgiveness of our sins is the greatest healing we can receive.

The Lesson In A Sentence

Jesus healed 10 lepers, but only one of them returned to worship Jesus for what he had done.

Questions For You Kids

Jesus met a group of people on his way to Jerusalem. What did they want him to do?
They wanted him to heal them. They all had leprosy.
Why was leprosy so bad?

In Jesus day, there was no cure for leprosy. People who had leprosy had to leave their family and friends and move away so no one else would get sick. If people came near them, they had to yell out, “unclean, unclean!” so that people wouldn’t get near them and get sick too.

So, what did Jesus do?


He told them to show themselves to the priest (the priest was the one who could inspect them and if there was no leprosy he could declare them clean and they could go home!).

What happened when they went to the priest?


On the way there, they were healed. Jesus healed them.

That’s pretty amazing. They must have been very excited. What did they do when they realized they were healed?


One of the men came back to Jesus to worship him and thank him. Jesus told the man that his faith had made him well.

We don’t have leprosy, but how do you think we are like the men in the story? 


Sin is a lot like leprosy and Jesus died on the cross to heal us from our sin. When he does that, we should be like the Samaritan and thank and worship Jesus for what he’s done.

Praying Together

You can end your conversation with a short prayer thanking Jesus for healing our sinful hearts and asking God to give you and your child faith that responds with worship and thanks.


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