Genesis Summary And Analysis

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Biblical Background
Genesis means “beginning”. Genesis is the book that tells about God and how he deals with people. It also tells about human beings, even the people who are wicked. But some people trusted and obeyed God. The first chapter of Genesis tells about how God made everything. God shows to everyone how he created everything on this earth, He created everything by words and made it simple and in its proper order. (Easy English Bible Version and Commentary on the Book of Genesis)

In the Syriac and Arabic Versions, the title of Genesis is “The Book of the Creation” since it begins with an account of the creation of all things.
Genesis Chapter 1 contains the account of the creation of the universe, all things in it, the creation of
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Introducing the New Lesson -
a. Discussion on how God created the whole universe
Ask the children to bring out the pictures they have gotten during the pre-activity. Ask the children to share what they got and let them arrange the pictures according to the order God created them. They will know the proper order as they proceed with the lesson.

Role Playing to demonstrate how God created human beings
The teacher may assign the learners to act out or to role-play God’s creation of human beings. Assign the role of God, Adam, Eve, and the narrator to the learners. Allow time for them to prepare before the presentation. Have a short discussion about the roleplaying after the presentation, focusing on the way of creation and the role of Adam and Eve in the whole creation.

Learning Time
a. Discovering the Biblical Truth
Let the children walk through the verses found in Genesis 1-3, while making these six specific
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This verse alone shows the power of God.

Genesis 1:1-31 teaches that God created all things differently, by simply speaking them into existence. He spoke them into being. These verses show the order and distinction of creation.

Genesis 1:26, shows the conversation between God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. He said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness...” By making man and woman in His image, He made us different from the rest of creation. These verses show how special you are to God.

God told Adam and Eve to be fruitful and multiply, and to fill the earth and subdue it (or take care of everything He had made). This is the purpose for
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