The Kings of Israel (Lesson Series Index)

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The kings of israel This page is the index to our series of lesson plans that follow the Kings of Israel. This page will be updated as the posts are published. These lessons were designed for older elementary children, but you could modify them for a broader range of kids.
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Lesson Index

  1. Israel asks for a king from 1 Samuel 8
  2. King Saul’s good start from 1 Samuel 9
  3. King Saul’s rebellious heart from 1 Samuel 13 & 15
  4. Daivd: the man after God’s Heart from 1 Samuel 16
  5. Young David Defeats the Giant from 1 Samuel 17
  6. King Saul Persecutes David from 1 Samuel 18-20
  7. David Becomes King (Finally!) from 2 Samuel 1-2, 5, 7
  8. Gifts for Building the Temple from 1 Chronicles 29:1-20
  9. The Wisdom of Solomon from 2 Chronicles 1:2-13
  10. Solomon Turns Away from the Lord from 1 Kings 11
  11. The Kingdom is Divided from 1 Kings 12
  12. Rehoboam and Jeroboam Reign from 1 Kings 12-14
  13. Abjiah Trust in God from 1 Kings 15
  14. Asa Seeks God from 1 Kings 15
  15. Northern Kingdom of Israel Kings 1 Kings 12-16
  16. Jehoshaphat’s dangerous friendship 2 Chronicles 17 – 19
  17. King Jehoshaphat’s enemies 2 Chronicles 20
  18. Joash is Safely Hidden 2 Chronicles 21 -23
  19. Jehoiada’s Godly Influence 2 Chronicles 23 & 24
  20. King Amaziah’s Distractions 2 Chronicles 25
  21. The Northern Kings (Part 2) King Ahab 1 Kings 21
  22. Uzziah Seeking God 2 Chronicles 26
  23. Ahaz brings trouble 2 Chronicles 28
  24. Hezekiah brings reform 2 Chronicles 29
  25. Hezekiah celebrates the Passover 2 Chronicles 30
  26. Hezekiah prays when threatened 2 Chronicles 32
  27. Manasseh repents and finds God’s Mercy 2 Chronicles 33
  28. King Josiah Part #1 2 Kings 22

Other Resources: There are many excellent places on the Internet to find children’s Sunday School lessons. Here are a few that might help you further develop what we’ve posted above. You are encouraged to collect ideas from several places and craft a lesson that best suits the children you teach.

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