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What do you know about being a HERO for God?

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What do you know about being a HERO for God?

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  1. What do you know about being a HERO for God?

  2. I will listen with my _______. Keep my _______ under control. Do what the _______ says, knowing that becoming a HERO for God is MY GOAL.

  3. I will listen with my .Keep my under control. Do what the says, knowing that becoming a HERO for God is MY GOAL.

  4. Who is the Hero we have learned about?

  5. David

  6. Heroes are strong enough to resist temptation.

  7. Heroes are strong enough to resist temptation.

  8. Who did David kill that was 9 feet tall? 1 Samuel 17

  9. Goliath

  10. What was the name of the man who’s name means “foolish” and was a greedy and selfish man? 1 Samuel 25

  11. Nabal

  12. Who did David have killed by putting this person on the front line of war? 2 Samuel 11-12

  13. Uriah

  14. A hero knows that sometimes the best thing to do is not to fight but to let God work out the problem another way.

  15. A hero knows that sometimes the best thing to do is not to fight but to let God work out the problem another way.

  16. What small job did God give David to prepare him for the big job of being king? 2 Samuel 16

  17. A shepherd.

  18. What was the name of Jonathan’s son, that David took care of after he became king? 2 Samuel 4:4 and 2 Samuel 9

  19. Mephibosheth

  20. As Heroes our wrongs are often opportunities for us to learn to do the right thing, trust God, or do better next time.

  21. As Heroes our wrongs are often opportunities for us to learn to do the right thing, trust God, or do better next time.

  22. Who stopped David with their kindness when he was tempted to go kill Nabal and his men because they would not give David and his men food? 1 Samuel 25

  23. Nabal’s wife, Abigail.

  24. Heroes care about others.

  25. Heroes care about others.

  26. When Nathan the prophet told David that the story about the rich man and poor man was really about him killing Uriah, what did David do? 2 Samuel 11-12

  27. David did the right thing. He confessed his sin and asked for forgiveness. Psalm 32:1-5 Blessed is he whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. Blessed is the man whose sin the LORD does not count against him and in whose spirit is no deceit. When I kept silent, my bones wasted away through my groaning all day long. For day and night your hand was heavy upon me; my strength was sapped as in the heat of summer. Then I acknowledged my sin to you and did not cover up my iniquity. I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the LORD” and you forgave the guilt of my sin.

  28. Who was David’s best friend who helped warn David that Saul was trying to kill him? 1 Samuel 18-20

  29. Jonathan

  30. Sometimes we have ideas about what the best way is to do something but if it isn’t God’s way then it won’t work. If we want to do the right thing then we must learn God’s ways.

  31. Sometimes we have ideas about what the best way is to do something but if it isn’t God’s way then it won’t work. If we want to do the right thing then we must learn God’s ways.

  32. It takes a true hero to be honest under pressure.

  33. It takes a true hero to be honest under pressure.

  34. What was the name of the prophet who told David the story of the rich man and poor man? 2 Samuel 11-12

  35. Nathan

  36. Whenever we do the wrong thing there are consequences. Hint: After David had Uriah killed and confessed and asked for forgiveness for his sin, his _____________ was his and Bathsheba’s baby would die.

  37. Whenever we do the wrong thing there are consequences. Hint: After David had Uriah killed and confessed and asked for forgiveness for his sin, his consequence was his and Bathsheba’s baby would die.