Religious Education – Bibletime
Over the next few weeks you will be focusing on the life of Jesus and why Easter is significant. You will be able to access the Bibletime booklet which is made up of four lessons. One lesson only should be completed each week.
I hope that you found the story of Jesus leaving very interesting last week. This week we are going to look at the story of the Lord Jesus returning.
Lesson 4 – The Lord Jesus Returning
Bible Focus : Acts 1 : 4 & 8 - 12
Key Verse : Acts 1 : 11
In this lesson you will learn that Christians need the power of the Holy Spirit to witness or preach the Gospel. Christians believe that Jesus ascended to Heaven and is going to return to earth again. He will then take Christians with Him to Heaven.
Step 1 – Read Acts 1 : 4 & 8 - 12 (You can access this by opening the PowerPoint)
Step 2 – Complete Lesson 4 only (The Lord Jesus Leaving)
*The answers are on a separate document which you will need to open
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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