Answers Bible Curriculum

January 3

Unit 4 Lesson 31 - One Race: The Human Race After Babel, people spread throughout the world. They may have moved into caves to survive. Different characteristics arose in different people groups, but all people are of one race-from one blood-descendants of Adam and Eve.
Lesson 31 Student Guide







January 10

Unit 4 Lesson 32 - Job's Suffering The account of Job proclaims the sovereignty and omnipotence of God over all things-both good and bad. Job's faith and trust in God remained firm through much affliction. We can find comfort in knowing that if we are children of God, He works everything in our lives according to His good purpose.
Lesson 32 Student Guide

January 17

Unit 4 Lesson 33 - God Calls Abram God called Abram to leave his family and his father's house. God promised Abram that he would have a great land, a great nation, and a great name and that he would be a blessing. Abram believed God and demonstrated amazing faith and obedience even though he never saw the nation promised by God. We learn in Hebrews that because of his faith, Abram was confident in the heavenly rewards he had not seen.
Lesson 33 Student Guide

January 24

Unit 4 Lesson 34 - Abram and Lot Abram and Lot separated from one another. Lot chose the best land for himself and moved near the wicked city of Sodom. Abram trusted God and believed in God's promise.

Lesson 34 Student Guide


January 31

Unit 4 Lesson 35 - Sodom and Gomorrah The Lord and two angels appeared to Abraham and announced judgment on Sodom and Gomorrah because of the sin and wickedness God saw there. Abraham pleaded not only for the cities but also for his nephew Lot. God must punish sin, but He had mercy on Lot and his family.

Lesson 35 Student Guide

February 7

Unit 4 Lesson 36 - God's Covenant with Abram God made a covenant with Abram, promising to give him a son and descendants as numerous as the stars. Rather than waiting for God's timing, Abram and Sarai took matters into their own hands, and the result was the birth of Ishmael through Sarai's servant Hagar.
Lesson 36 Student Guide

February 14

Unit 4 Lesson 37 - Isaac: Child of Promise God confirmed His covenant with Abram. God changed Abram's name to Abraham and Sarai's name to Sarah. Even though Abraham thought Ishmael would fulfill God's promises, God miraculously gave Isaac to Abraham and Sarah in their old age. Isaac was the promised child who would inherit God's covenant with Abraham.
Lesson 37 Student Guide



February 21

Unit 4 Lesson 38 - Abraham's Test God called Abraham to offer Isaac, the son of promise, as a sacrifice. Abraham acted in faith, obeyed God, and continued to trust His promise. In the end, God provided a ram in Isaac's place. We see in this account a foreshadowing of Christ and the salvation God promises through Him.
Lesson 38 Student Guide




February 28

Unit 4 Lesson 39 - A Bride for Isaac When Abraham sent his servant to obtain a wife for Isaac, God demonstrated His control, even in humanly difficult situations. God kept His promise, providing Rebekah according to His perfect plan.
Lesson 39 Student Guide




March 7

Unit 4 Lesson 40 - Unit Review