Lesson Unit: Abraham
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Abraham Unit (Four Lessons)
After the Great Flood and the Tower of Babel, God initiated a special relationship with an aging, childless man and promised him descendants, land, and influence. The Lord would maintain a special relationship with Abraham and his offspring, the nation of Israel. He would reveal Himself to them and ultimately would send His own Son, Jesus, to the earth as a member of this special group of people.
This Old Testament Abraham unit for preschoolers tells the story of God’s relationship with Abraham and how the patriarch responded to God’s call and blessings, including the blessing of becoming a father at 100 years of age! Abraham’s life offers lessons even preschoolers can understand. Among other things, Abraham’s life challenges us to trust God, even when we have to wait.
Lessons in this unit are listed below. Just click on each lesson title to access the individual lessons. A printable PDF of the Unit Overview Page is accessible here.
Unit Bible Lessons
Setting out to live in a new land required faith on Abraham’s part, but God had spoken to him. This free lesson will help preschoolers learn about Abraham’s faithful response to the Lord’s calling.
When the land could no longer support his and his nephew’s livestock, Abraham gave his nephew, Lot, a choice about where to live. This free lesson will help preschoolers understand Abraham’s great generosity.
When God promised Abraham that his descendants would become a great nation, Abraham was 75 and had no children. This free lesson will help preschoolers learn about God’s remarkable faithfulness.
Abraham and Sarah had a baby boy when they were well beyond their childbearing years. This free lesson will help preschoolers see that God had made a promise to Abraham, and He kept it. God keeps His word.