Praise & Worship:

Uncool –

Teaching series:


Memory Verse:

“I have not departed from the commands of his lips; I have treasured the words of his mouth more than my daily bread.” Job 23:12 NIV

Bible Reading: Job 1:1-22


  1. Why was God pleased with Job? (Job was a blameless servant, who honored God and hated evil.)
  2. Who accused Job of serving God because of the blessings the Lord provided? (Satan.)
  3. Satan asked God for permission to do something, what was it? (Strike or destroy everything that Job possessed.)
  4. What did Satan hope to gain by destroying Job’s wealth and family? (The devil wanted Job to curse God.)
  5. Did Job fall into Satan’s trap and curse God? (No, even though Job lost his wealth, sons, and daughters, he did not sin by charging God with wrongdoing.)

A self reflection story:

There was a young man who wanted to build a tree house. This young man’s grandfather owned a construction company as well as just about every kind of tool you could imagine.

The grandfather discovered that his grandson wanted to build a tree house, but the young man did not have any of the required tools to accomplish such a task. The grandfather graciously loaned the boy the tools to construct the tree house.

The grandfather noticed that his grandson was uneducated with the skills of carpentry and that he encountered many problems while trying to build his tree house. It was rather a slow time in the construction business, so the grandfather loaned his grandson one of his carpenters. The carpenter taught the boy some basic carpentry skills and began to help him build the tree house.

Before the tree house was completed, the grandfather got a large construction job. The grandfather needed every tool he owned to complete the job and reclaimed the tools he had loaned his grandson. The grandfather also had to call the carpenter back to work.


Discussions Questions:

  1. Should the grandson be angry that the grandfather took back what was loaned? (No, the items were only a loan.)
  2. How should the grandson feel towards his grandfather?
  3. Should the young man lose all interest in the tree house because he no longer has tools?


  1. Spiritual warfare is real. (Satan was allowed to torment Job to tempt him to curse God)
  2. Job knew his strength came from the Lord and clung tightly to Him during his season of suffering.
  3. When we go through troubling times, we may not be able to see the beginning from the end, but we can take comfort in knowing that God works for the good of those who love Him.


Dear Lord, help us remember to cling to You during both good times and bad. Help us realize that Your grace is sufficient for us and that our strength is made perfect in weakness. Thank you for sustaining us and allowing us to cast our cares on you. Amen 🙏🏽


Next week at THC Kids:

Can friends make bad problems worse? Come back next week to learn how some of Job’s helpful friends added to his misery.



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