The World’s Final Exam

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Read Dan. 12:1, Jn. 17:14-17, 2 Cor. 11:14, Rev. 12:11, 17 for this lesson.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 3.3 million teens in the U.S. are going to graduate from high school this year. (Congrats!) Believe it or not, God’s people around the world are about to graduate as well.
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True Love in Action


Before you read today’s lesson, read this article about a teen who put it into practice.

Aitzaz Hasan: Tributes to Pakistan teenager killed when he stopped a bomber

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Making “God’s Code Breakers” Real

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Last week, we talked about the codes the Jewish people studied and how they helped them know who the Messiah was. To make this lesson real, we’re going to look at some of these codes ourselves. Keep Reading!

God’s Code Breakers

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Corporations, governments, and many nations around the world all use various forms of computer codes to protection important information. Code breakers are capable of cracking these complex codes and obtaining that information.

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Keeping Your Word

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What’s it mean when keep your word to somebody? I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but it’s true: Your word is your bond. The person you give your word to is counting on you to keep it. But have you ever noticed how everything, every little thing, always seems to get in the way when we try to keep our word?

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The First “Red Button Moment”


Read Genesis 3 before you read this lesson.

In our last lesson, we learned about God’s masterpiece, the Earth and everything in it. But when you compare the masterpiece the Earth was back then to the Earth we have now, you can’t help but ask “What happened?!” Why is the world today so different that the world we once had? If I could describe what happened to it in three words, I would describe it as a “red button moment.” Now Adam and Eve didn’t press any literal red buttons, but they had a real red button moment and today, we’re going to see how it messed up our masterpiece.

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The Masterpiece


This lesson is based on Genesis 1 & 2 and Jn. 1:1-3.

Ever created something you would call a masterpiece? Those who make them put all their energy and talent into creating an expression of what they’re passionate about. Teenagers have created some of the most groundbreaking masterpieces we have today. Louis Braille was 15 and blind when he developed his namesake code. He was determined to help blind people read as easily as those who could see. Now his code is used all around the world by the blind today.

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Star-Studded Rumors


Sound familiar? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a rumor as “information or a story that is passed from person to person but has not been proven to be true.” Rumors go by a lot of names these days: gossip, buzz, drama, etc. Rumor can get really ugly, can’t they? Especially when the rumors are about you! Ever been at the center of one? It’s not pretty. Trust me, I know. Sometimes your own friends will believe them and they’ll act or talk to you in ways that can surprise you. You know, God doesn’t like rumors. But do you know why He doesn’t? Because the first rumors ever were started in heaven, and they were about Him! Did you know that? Today, we’re going to see how someone very close to God started rumors about him and what happened because of them.

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