Christ Lutheran Church of the Deaf
9545 Georgia Ave.
Silver Spring MD 20910

Children of the Bible

    At that time the followers came to Jesus and asked, "Who is greatest in the kingdom of heaven?"
    Jesus called a little child to him and stood the child before his followers.  Then he said, "I tell you the truth, you must change and become like little children. Otherwise, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.  The greatest person in the kingdom of heaven is the one who makes himself humble like this child."  (Matthew 18:1-4, NCV)

Children in the Old Testament
#1.  Isaac - Part 1 - Child of an Impossible Promise
(Genesis 17, 18, & 21)
#2.  Isaac - Part 2 - Child of Surrender  
(Genesis 22)
#3.  Ishmael - Child of Discontent  
(Genesis 16 & 21)
#4.  Moses and Miriam (Exodus 1 & 2)
#5.  Samuel - The Child who heard God
(1 Samuel 1 - 3)
#6.  Naaman's slave
(1 King's 5)
#7.  Joash - the boy king who fell away
 (2 Chr. 22-24)
#8.  Manasseh - the boy king who did great damage (2 Chr. 33)
#9.  Josiah - the boy king who remained faithful  (2 Chr. 34-35)

Children in the New Testament
#10. John the Baptizer - in the womb  (Luke 1:13-17, 39-44)
#11. Jairus' dying daughter (Luke 8:40-56)
#12. The boy who provided dinner (John 6:1-16)

#13. Lessons from Children in the Bible (Mark 10:13-16)

Youth and young adults 
Joseph (Genesis 37)
Timothy (and his mother)

In one of our informal Bible classes we also studied the relationship between Jacob and Esau, who began fighting with each other as twin babies in their mother's womb... and their descendants have continued the fight for nearly 3000 years.  (Genesis 25-20).