Genesis – The literal beginning

creation

Sorry this is a few days late. We had some technical difficulties, but here we go – Genesis – the literal beginning. We hope you and your family enjoy starting at the beginning with familiar stories.

Also, our kindergarteners are working through Genesis as well, so if you have one, know that they’ll be happy to correct you at any point in the game. Good luck!

January 1: Genesis 1:1-5
Today’s Takeaways:

  • God created the earth from nothing.
  • First, God separated day from night.

Today’s Talking Topic:

  • The first thing God did in creation was separate day from night. What’s the first thing you would do if you were creating something out of nothing?

January 2: Genesis 1:6-8
Today’s Takeaways:

  • God separated the earth from the sky on the second day.

Today’s Talking Topic:

  • After God commanded the sky to separate from the earth, the Bible says, “and it was so,” which confirms that what God asked for actually happened. Why do you think that was important to include?

January 3: Genesis 1:9-13
Today’s Takeaways:

  • On the third day, God separated the land from the water on earth.
  • God also created plants on the third day.

Today’s Talking Topic:

  • God created a lot of interesting things on our earth. If you could ask God why he created one particular thing, what would you ask Him about?

January 4: Jeremiah 17:7-8
Saturday Special:

  • Each Saturday, we will work on memorizing these verses.
  • Take it at whatever pace works for your family, but don’t sell yourself short, you can do it!

January 5: Romans 12:2
Sunday Special:

  • Each Sunday, we will work on memorizing this verse.
  • Take it at whatever pace works for your family, but don’t sell yourself short, you can do it!

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