Description: This is Lesson Four in a six week series on Judges . Samson was called to be so much more than an egomaniacal, self-seeking, revenge-driven bully. But instead of following Godís path, he followed his own. Every day we choose to follow our own path, or follow Jesus.
Judges 13-16, 2 Corinthians 9:7-9, Ephesians 4:29-32
Samson was not the hero we often make him out to be. He was incredibly flawed and had little desire to do Godís will. Samson was driven by revenge and his own ego.
When we only look to our own interests, we choose violence and hate instead of forgiveness. These things can destroy us just like they destroyed Samson.
What You Get
Video review game
Animated title loop
Opening Assignment - an activity that your students can do while other students are arriving
Intro Activity - an activity that leads into the message by introducing concepts which are relevant to the topic; file format will vary
Discussion Guide - we call it the Live it Out handout; it can be used in small groups, pairs, or students can it home to do as a devotional
Lesson specific information - a one page guide that tells you everything you need to know for each lesson
Series Introduction and Overview - provides overarching themes to the series as well as a lesson schedule
Quick & Easy Implementation Guide - for those of you who like the, "less is more" approach to instructions
Fully Loaded Implementation Guide - for those of you who like the "more is better" approach to instructions