Lesson 13: The Resurrection of Moses-Sabbath School Teaching Plan


Posted on  by Michael Frackeravatar

Key Thought: Deuteronomy is about God and His love for Israel. God often used Moses to reveal that love and speak to Israel. As Moses life and ministry revealed much about the character of God, so also does his death and resurrection.
December 25, 2021

1. Have a volunteer read Numbers 20:1-13.

  1. Ask class members to share a short thought on what the most important point is in this passage.
  2. What happened here? How do we understand the Lord’s punishment for Moses because of what he had done?
  3. Personal Application: Have you ever did or said anything in a fit of anger because you thought it was justified? How can we learn to stop and pray before we do that? Share your thoughts.
  4. Case Study: One of your relatives states, “I thought the Lord was merciful and forgiving. Why was Moses so harshly punished? Do we get negative responses when we do wrong?” How would you respond to your friend?

2. Have a volunteer read Deuteronomy 31:1-12..

  1. Ask class members to share a thought on what the most important point in this text is.
  2. What did God say to Moses and do for him that showed he was special?
  3. Personal Application: Why do you think God resurrected Moses, but not Abraham or Daniel? Share your thoughts
  4. Case Study: One of your friends states, “What is the difference between calling to the rock and striking it? What was the big deal?” How would you respond to your friend?

3. Have a volunteer read Jude 9..

  1. Ask class members to share a short thought on what the main idea of this text is.
  2. What is going on here and how does it explain Moses appearing later in the New Testament?
  3. Personal Application: How does this help us understand the depth of the plan of salvation? Share your thoughts.
  4. Case Study: One of your relatives states: “How could God resurrect Moses before the cross? Doesn’t every resurrected person owe their lives to what Jesus did on the cross? God can’t overlook or excuse sin without the atoning blood, so how was Moses resurrected? ” How would you respond to your relative?

4. Have a volunteer read I Corinthians 15:13-22

  1. Ask class members to share a thought on what the most important point in this text is.
  2. What great promise is found in these verses?
  3. Personal Application: Have we been called to faithfulness? How do we keep from making the mistakes Moses warned about in Deuteronomy? Share your thoughts.
  4. Case Study: Think of one person who needs to hear a message from this week’s lesson. Tell the class what you plan to do this week to share with them.

(Truth that is not lived, that is not imparted, loses its life-giving power, its healing virtue. Its blessings can be retained only as it is shared.”Ministry of Healing, p. 148).

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