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Crazily Cool Cards Set: Fear Not

S&S link: Christian Life and Faith: Biblical and Christian Foundation: Faith-2c/h

All verses are from the American King James Version.
Illustrations by Mike T. K. and Zeb. Design by Christia Copeland.
Copyright © 2013 by The Family International


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Hero of the Month Coloring Page: Joshua


Hero of the Month Quiz: Joshua

Find out how well you know the Old Testament character, Joshua! Send in your answers by January 8 for a chance to see your name in lights.


Hint: See “Level 2 Lesson Plan: Hero of the Month: Joshua” for answers to the following questions.


1. God made a promise or covenant to give Canaan to the Israelites. Who did He make this promise to?

2. Who was Joshua’s predecessor?

3. What is the first recorded miracle that God performed for Joshua?

4. What is the name of the woman who lived along the walls of Jericho, who helped to save Joshua’s spies?

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Audio: ’Round the Walls

’Round the Walls

Chorus 1
’Round the walls, ’round the walls, ’round the walls of Jericho we go!
’Round the walls, ’round the walls, ’round the walls of Jericho we go!


Verse 1

Seven times around without a stop.
Here we go, ready or not.
We’re an army marching in line,
’Round the walls of Jericho seven times.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven!

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Audio: The Tailor’s Secret

The Tailor’s Secret

Narration: Our story begins a long time ago in the streets of Helsinki in Finland. It was winter, and as usual Helsinki was very cold, with only a few hours of sunlight each day. Tradesmen worked at their crafts in cozy workshops by glowing fires. Women left the warmth of their kitchens only for hurried trips to the shops.

Boy: Look, Mommy, at that old man over there. He’s looking in the garbage can.

Yes, my dear. That’s poor old Klaus. His is a sad story. He was once the finest tailor in town. But now with his tattered clothes and tangled white beard you can hardly recognize him.

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Story: A Night in Midwinter

High above London’s sullen smog, the freezing North Wind whipped the moisture-filled clouds into those lovely flakes we know as snow.

Along with its blankets of snow, the North Wind blew in a rotund figure mounted upon a sleigh, who was convulsively chirruping to a dozen reindeer that pranced as if they were pulling their master through the winter glades of Lapland instead of the clouds of the firmament.

"Ho, ho, ho!" he said and doubled up with a cough. I, his elfin companion and servant, pounded his back until his breath came easier.

"That'll do. Thank you, Ralph," he said with a wheeze. I was glad I had taken extra care to learn Finnish at the Elves Intergalactic Preparatory School, for Claus was difficult to understand at any time, but his Finnish was more intelligible than his English.

"Thank God we don't always need to use these earthly bodies!" he gasped and looked at me enviously. "You, Ralph, look slender, lithe—positively elfish, sir! Your disguise fits you like a second skin. What have you to say about that?"

"That I'm glad the general idea was achieved," I replied. I liked the small size and agility of my "costume."

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