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Jun 2018

Lesson Review – Luke 22:1-34 – The Last Supper

Parents,

Here are some review notes from this week’s lesson in our preschool and K-4 classes. This week we studied Luke 22:1-34 – The Last Supper.

This is lesson 33 of 78 in our study of the New Testament. This lesson corresponds with Story 111 in The Gospel Story Bible and with Week 33 of the Old Story New family devotional.

Gospel Truth for Today

The first Passover took place in Egypt when the angel of death “passed over” the homes where the lamb’s blood was painted on the doorposts and lintels. On the night before Jesus’ crucifixion, at the Passover meal, the disciples learned that Jesus, the Lamb of God, was going to shed his blood for all mankind. For those who believe, Jesus’ blood covers their sin so that when the judgment of God comes in their direction, it will pass over and bring them no harm.

The Lesson In A Sentence (or Two)


In sharing the Passover meal with his disciples, Jesus explained that he was going to be the Passover lamb. The disciples still didn’t understand and Judas plotted to betray him.

Questions For You Kids

What meal were the disciples preparing for Jesus to eat?


The disciples were instructed by Jesus to prepare the Passover meal.

How are Jesus and the Last Supper similar to the first Passover meal?


During the first Passover meal, the blood of a lamb on the doorpost protected people from the angel of death. This pointed to Jesus, the Lamb of God. It is by the sacrifice of Jesus covering our sin that we can be saved from death.

What do the bread and the wine in the Last Supper represent?


The bread represents Jesus’ body, which was broken and given for us as a sacrifice for our sin. The cup of wine represents Jesus’ blood, which was shed on the cross for the forgiveness of our sins.

Who was the betrayer Jesus spoke of, and what did he do to betray Jesus?


Judas was the betrayer. He pretended to love Jesus, but he took money to help arrest Jesus.

Praying Together

Take a moment to pray together. Thank God for what he has done in his son to save us from God’s judgement.


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