Sunday, September 13 | Fellowship Denver Kids

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SUNDAY, SEP 13

On Sunday, September 13th, our Toddler, Preschool, and Elementary students will be learning about a second prophet God sent to tell the people to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. God spoke to Zechariah through eight incredible visions. God wanted the people to know that He would help them as they obeyed Him. Zechariah also recorded a special promise of a future king. That king would be Jesus.


Toddler Text Truth: God promised a King who would save His people.

Preschool Text Truth: God promised a King who would save His people.

Younger Kids Text Truth: God promised a righteous and humble King was coming to bring salvation to the people.

Older Kids Text Truth: God promised a righteous and humble King was coming to bring salvation to the people.

 

Zechariah, Prophet to Returned Exiles - Zechariah

God’s people had been conquered and exiled because they had not kept their covenant with God. A group of God’s people had been allowed to return to their homeland and begin rebuilding the temple and the city of Jerusalem.

Zechariah shared this message with the people by telling them about some visions God had given him. God used a vision of a gold lampstand to help Zechariah understand that God would empower His people to rebuild His temple. Although the people felt small and unimportant and faced opposition, God was with them. God would help Zerubbabel and the people rebuild the temple. Zechariah had eight different visions that included four horsemen, a flying scroll, and four chariots. Zechariah’s visions helped the people understand that God was in control and He was with them.

Zechariah also made an important promise about the future. Zechariah prophesied about the Messiah. He said, “Rejoice! Shout in triumph Jerusalem. Your king is coming to you. He is righteous and victorious. He is humble and riding on a donkey.”

God would send His Son to rescue people from their sin. Jesus would be a humble, righteous King who would pay the price for our sin.

 

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Coloring Page - Zechariah

FOR FRIENDLY FISH STUDENTS (2's & 3's)

Toddler Activity Page (for families)

FOR CRAZY APES STUDENTS (Preschool)

Preschool Activity Page

FOR LEAPING LIZARDS STUDENTS (K-1st Grade)

K-1st Activity Page

FOR MIGHTY LIONS STUDENTS (2nd-3rd Grade)

2nd-3rd Activity Page

FOR WISE OWLS STUDENTS (4th-5th Grade)

4th-5th Activity Page

REVIEW QUESTIONS TO PROCESS TOGETHER AFTER LISTENING TO THE LESSON

1. What did God want the people to obey? (His covenant or commands, Zechariah 1:2-6)
2. How many visions did Zechariah have? (8, Zechariah 1–6)
3. God used a vision of what gold item to help the people understand that God would empower the people to rebuild the temple? (A gold lampstand, Zechariah 4:2,6-10)
4. What city did Zechariah promise a king would come to? (Jerusalem, Zechariah 9:9) 5. What animal would the king ride? (A donkey, Zechariah 9:9)
6. How did Zechariah describe the king? (Righteous, victorious, humble; Zechariah 9:9) 7. Who was the king that God promised? (Jesus, Matthew 21:1-10)