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Assemblies Of God Sunday School Lesson (Manual) May 10 2020

This is the Assemblies of God Sunday School lesson manual for 10th May 2020 for adults and not teens.


Topic: Jehoshaphat The Brave

Memory Verse: 2 Chronicles 17:3 – The Lord was with Jehoshaphat, because he walked in the first ways of his father David, and sought not unto Baalim (KJV).

Lesson Central Truth: God blesses those who remain faithful to Him.

Introducing The Sunday School Lesson:
It sounded like a wonderful turn of events. Tom had just been notified that he was the sole heir of a distant, long-forgotten relative who had left to him a grand hotel in a tourist hot spot. When he arrived, however, he found that the hotel was in disrepair, the management corrupt, and the staff lazy. After having been there for a while, he received notice that back taxes were due. The existence of this once great dream was in peril.

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Maybe he should sell out. Or maybe he should just leave it all behind. What was he to do?
This week’s lesson focuses on king Jehoshaphat; in many ways, his predicament was similar to Tom’s. However, Jehoshaphat also set ab example of how a godly leader should handle difficult situations through loyal trust in God.

Sunday School Manual Lesson Outline:
1. Jehoshaphat Reforms Judah
A. Idolatry Removed – 2 Chronicles 17:1-6
B. God’s Word Taught – 2 Chronicles 17:7-9
C. Justice Administered – 2 Chronicles 19:4-11

2. Jehoshaphat Tested
A. Got Leadership In A Crisis – 2 Chronicles 20:1-13
B. God’s Word In A Crisis – 2 Chronicles 20:14-19.

3. Jehoshaphat Delivered
A. The People Believe – 2 Chronicles 20:20-21
B. God Fights – 2 Chronicles 20:22-30.

Action Word – Today we can be assured that our areas of challenge can become areas of blessing. God’s divine deliverance is upon our lives.

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