LO: I can find scripture references in The Bible. Miss Earle. How to find a scripture reference in The Bible. Mark 4:35-41. Book. Verses. Chapter. An important fact to remember…. The Bible is split into two MAIN sections; The Old Testament and The New Testament.
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In the general index, the letters NT stand for New Testament and the letters OT stand for Old Testament.
What does Exodus Chapter 7 verse 12 say?
A is for ________, the brother of Cain. (Genesis 4:8)
B is for ________, the husband of Ruth. (Ruth 4:13)
C is for ________, a land of milk and honey. (Joshua 5:12)
D is for ________, who faced the loins. (Daniel 6:5)
E if for _________, a beautiful garden. (Genesis 3:24)
F is for _________, a Roman governor. (Acts 23:24)
G is for _________, who was beaten by David. (1 Samuel 17:4)
H is for _________, an unpleasant King. (Matthew 12:1)
I is for __________, a fragrant smell. (Exodus 25:6)
J is for _________, the twin who cheated. (Genesis 27:19)
K is for _________, Nebuchadnezzar was one. (Jeremiah 39:5)
L is for _________, Something to give light. (John 18:3)
N is for ________, the man with the animals. (Genesis 8:18)
O is for ________, a type of bird. (Leviticus 11:18
P is for ________, something farmers use. (Luke 9:62)
Q is for ________, another type of bird. (Exodus 16:13)
R is for ________, a servant girl. (Acts 12:3)
T is for ________, the man who doubted. (John 20:24)
U is for ________, bread without yeast. (Luke 22:1)
V is for ________, Paul went on one. (Acts 21:3)
W is for _______, Jesus controlled these (Mark 4:41)
X is for ________, An unusual name for a King. (Esther 1:2)
Y is for ________, Methuselah lived for 187 of these. (Genesis 5:27)
Z is for ________, the wealthy man. (Luke 19:8)
Draw a ‘green’ traffic light if you think you really understood today’s lesson.
Draw a ‘red’ traffic light if you really don’t understand and would like some extra help.
Draw a ‘yellow’ traffic light if you think you are beginning to understand, by need a little more help.