Great Expectations Academic Enrichment Program
The Great Expectations Program is a free program designed for students ages 6 to 16. The program normally meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday but due to the COVID 19 pandemic we are now meeting and studying on Sundays via Zoom Use the Zoom App or dial 1-646-558-8656, Meeting I.D. #891 1706 9145, PASSWORD: 222156
We're happy to inform you classes have resumed on Sunday School at 12:30 PM.
April 18, 2021:
Sunday School LESSON 7 - Romans 6: 1-14 "Dead to Sin, Alive in Christ"
Questions: 1. How did Paul contrast sin and death? 2. God's __________________ covers all sin. 3. If God's Grace covers all sin, should we sin more? Explain. 4. Explain Baptism. 5. How
are we buried with Jesus symbolically? 6. How are we identified with Jesus' resurrection?
7. What is sanctification? 8. How can we become more like Christ? 9. What does "Old Man"
refer to? 10. What does it mean to be born again? 11. What does it mean to no longer
be enslaved in the Christian world? 12. How should we live our lives? 13. How come
Jesus could not remain in the grace? 14. Why did Jesus become a man? 15. What took
place after Jesus' death? 16. What did the resurrection represent? 17. Where is Jesus now? What is doing? 18. How should we look at sin? 19. What do we have the freedom to do?
20. The believer had to had to make ________________. Why? 21. What did Paul warn
us against? 22. What is the choice that we in how we use our bodies? 23. We want to
honor ___________ rather than ____________. 24. Believers should honor their bodies as
a ________________ in service to God. 25. What is the difference between living under the
law and living under grace? 26. What will you remember from this lesson? What
was interesting to you? 27. How will you/can apply this lesson to your life?
Great Expectations Homework
Paul Laurence Dunbar - Poet. Write three to four things about the poet. Who is speaking in the poem? who is the speaker talking to? What does this poem to you? What does this poem mean to you? What are the new words you encountered in this poem? How did it make you feel?