Sunday School Isaac, the Son of Promise

Sunday School Lesson 14: Isaac, the Son of Promise

Sunday School Lesson Isaac, Son of Promise


We started lesson 14, Isaac, the Son of Promise, by talking about the promises God had made to Abraham. (You can read about Lesson 13 here.) We then had a brief discussion about how sometimes we have to wait to receive the things promised to us. Perhaps we are promised a holiday or a special gift for our birthday or Christmas – but, maybe, there is some waiting involved. And sometimes it’s really hard to wait for the things promised to us. We told our kiddos that Abraham and Sarah had to wait for God to fulfill the promises He had made to them.

We then read “The Visitors” and “A Bride for Isaac” from the Beginner’s Bible. We told our kiddos that Abraham and Sarah had to wait over 20 years for the little baby God had promised them! During this time, they became impatient and started to wonder whether God was going to keep his promise, but, just at the right time, God gave Abraham and Sarah the little baby he had promised them. This was the special baby through whom God would keep all the other promises made to Abraham. (We brought out the craft from Lesson 13 and pointed to each section as we talked about it.) When Isaac grew up, he had kids of his own, and then they had kids and so on, and that’s how God kept the first promise. Then, God gave all those people a place to live, and so God kept his second promise and then, God sent Jesus to be born in that place, keeping His third promise.


Sunday School Lesson Isaac, Son of Promise


We finished the lesson by reminding the children that sometimes we have to wait for God to keep His promises. That doesn’t mean that He has forgotten about us. It means that God is waiting for just the right time to bring into fulfillment what He has promised. And it’s important for us to keep trusting that God will do what He says He will do because, as we have seen time and time again, God always keeps His promises.

The kiddos then colored a coloring page as their activity (pictured above) and, because it was such a short lesson, we also sang “Father Abraham had many sons.”

And this is the take home page.

Sunday School Lesson Isaac, Son of Promise

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9 Responses to “Sunday School Isaac, the Son of Promise”

  1. Summer says:

    Thank you for this material. We can teach the children the bible with fun. I hope you can make more. God bless you!

  2. Sarah says:

    These Sunday School lessons have been an amazing resource for our preschool class! Thank you for all the work you put into these. Do you think you’ll be adding some more soon? 🙂

  3. Luz Elena Bazan says:

    gracias por aceptar mi suscripción, que Dios los bendiga.

  4. Sarah says:

    Is it possible to purchase all your Sunday School lessons in one big bundle? We’ve been using your lessons up until Isaac the Promised Son, and would love to use more. The booklets and printables are amazing!! Do you have more lessons beyond that available? Thank you!

    • Lavinia Pop says:

      Hi Sarah,
      I never considered offering a bundle for purchase; I plan to continue posting the individual lessons here.
      I do have quite a few more lessons, and I hope to begin posting new lessons in the near future.
      – Lavinia

  5. Sara Tauscher says:

    I homeschool and have purchased and use a number of your other products. I just stumbled across these Bible lessons on Pinterest. I, too, would be interested in purchasing a bundle if you have more lessons. I really like your work! Thanks for the resources!

  6. Darlene says:

    This website has some great ideas on it for my Sunday School class!
    Thank you,

  7. Jamie says:

    I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for these lessons!! May God richly bless you for doing his kingdom work!!

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