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Holy, Holy, Holy

T B V E N E R A T E D E S S E L B

U P R I G H T V V E N E R A B L E

O R E V E R E D V I R T U O U S G

V A S N D E W O L L A H C W P V S

E Y S A N C T I F I E D I V I N E

D E T A C I D E D E I F I R O L G

E R F M O R A L T N E C O N N I W

L F S N N G O A G O O D P I O U S

I U A S S F L S P T C E F R E P P

F L K X E U N T A I N T E D I V O

E J B R C L O C U N C O R R U P T

D X U A R H T E C B C C I B K B L

N P M S A R A L T D E T O V E D E

U M V O T K I S U H U M B L E H S

I R E V E R E N T A G C L E A N S

J S Y L D O G R L E F I R F J F W

F A I T H F U L Y L D L R O W N U





BLESSED

CHASTE


CLEAN

CONSECRATED

DEDICATED

DEVOTED


DEVOTIONAL

DEVOUT


DIVINE

FAITHFUL


FAULTLESS

GLORIFIED

GODLY

GOOD


HALLOWED

HUMBLE


IMMACULATE

INNOCENT


JUST

MORAL


PERFECT

PIOUS


PRAYERFUL

PURE


REVERED

REVERENT


RIGHTEOUS

SACROSANCT

SANCTIFIED

SPIRITUAL

SPOTLESS

UNCORRUPT

UNDEFILED

UNTAINTED

UNWORLDLY

UPRIGHT


VENERABLE

VENERATED



VIRTUOUS



I know who you are--the Holy One of God! Mark 1:24









I know who you are--the Holy One of God! Mark 1:24











DAY 14

Light of the World (John 8:12)
When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life."
Read and discuss. Commit this verse to memory.
Activity: Light a candle at your dinner table during the Christmas season to remind yourselves that Jesus is the Light of the World.
SCIENCE EXPERIMENT: Discuss sources of light. Which ones are natural? Which ones are man-made? Project: Go into a dark closet with a match, and a flashlight. See how the slightest bit of light breaks the darkness. What is the practical application of this in Christian life?
MATH: discuss the concept of “candle power” meaning approximately how many candles would it take to equal the light given off by an alternative source. You may also want to discuss watts and volts as part of this topic. Compare the physical knowledge that you have gained in this discussion with the “light” that is offered by Jesus.
LANGUAGE ARTS: Write a poem about light
JOURNAL ACTIVITY: Write your light poem into your journal in your best handwriting.
HISTORY/GEOGRAPHY: Research how people have used and created light since the beginning of history. Fire, oil, candles, electricity, etc. can all be a part of this study.
COOKING RECIPE: Make the “candle salad” from the recipe on the following page.
ART/CRAFT: Look at some "religious" paintings in an encyclopedia. What do you notice about "light"?
SERVICE PROJECT IDEA: Often homeless individuals have to make do with natural lighting when they are on the street. When it gets dark, there isn’t a convenient switch to flip. The use of fires and candles are often prohibited by local safety codes. Contact your local homeless shelter about donating batteries and flashlights for the needy. You may wish to turn this into a group activity by including other family members, support group members, church families, etc.
SAMPLE PRAYER: Dear Lord, thank you for being such a Light in my life that there is no darkness that you cannot shine through. Thank you for being the Light that even the blind can see. Amen.
ALTERNATIVE BIBLE VERSE CITATIONS: Any Bible verse that talks about the “light” or “light of the world” would work well with this lesson.

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