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Loving god

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  • 1. Loving God by Caring for His Creation Loving God
  • 2. Praise and Worship
  • 3. Bible Passage Genesis6:9-14; 7:1-6; 8:13-20; 9:1-3  
  • 4. BiblePoint: God wantsusto carefor the thingsHehasmade.
  • 5. By theend of thislesson, you will: 1.suggest waysto carefor God’screation; 2.admit that caring for God’screation isour responsibility; 3.put our trash in theproper placeto help care for God’screation. Lesson Objectives:
  • 6. “I am putting you in chargeof thefish, thebirds, and all thewild animals.” -Genesis1:28 LifeVerse:
  • 7. TheStory of Noah
  • 8. • LikeNoah, God commanded usto care for thethingsHehasmade. • God knew that if weobey Him and take careof Hiscreation, wewill alwayshave enough good food to eat and clean water to drink. Relation to Life
  • 9. Relation to Life • Today, therearemany peoplein the world who do not haveenough to eat. They don’t haveclean water drink, either. Thechildren becomesick. Thisisaresult of our disobedienceto God’scommands.
  • 10.  How can weobey God’scommand to takecareof plants, animals, birdsand fish?  What should wedo with trees?  How can wekeep our watersclean?  What should wedo with our trash? What if thereisno trash can? Application