Year 2 - Month 10 Content

Month 10 Stories

Destruction of the Temple Foretold

Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:1-11; John 12:1-8

  • When Jesus was leaving the temple, what did some of his disciples point out to him?  (The large stones of the temple)

  • What did Jesus say would happen to the large stones of the temple? (Every one will be thrown down.)

  • After Jesus told the disciples that the temple would be destroyed, they came to him later that day and asked him to tell them more. Jesus referred to a prophecy of Daniel, the abomination of ___________________. (Desolation)

  • What did Jesus tell his disciples they should do then they saw the abomination of desolation? (Flee to the mountains.)

  • Who knows the day and hour of the coming of the Son of Man? (Only the Father)

The Parable of the 10 Maidens

(Matthew 25:1-13)

  • Jesus used parables like the story of the ten virgins to describe the kingdom of ________________?  (Heaven)

  • When the bridegroom was late, what did the ten virgins do? (They went to sleep.)

  • What time did the bridegroom come to the wedding feast? (Midnight)

  • What did the ten virgins do when the bridegroom arrived? (They trimmed their lamps.)

  • What happened to the lamps of the five virgins who hadn’t brought oil? (They ran out.)

  • What did the five foolish virgins ask of the other five virgins? (Can we have some of your oil?)

  • Why didn’t the five wise virgins share their oil? (Because they would have run out)

  • The meaning of the parable of the ten maidens (or virgins) is “Watch therefore, for you know neither the _________ nor the _________. (Day nor the hour)

The Last Supper

(Matthew 26:17-35; Mark 14:10-31; Luke 22:1-38; John 13:1-30)

  • In the final days of Jesus’s life, why was he in Jerusalem?  (For Passover)

  • What did Jesus do when they arrived for the Passover supper? (He washed the disciples feet.)

  • At the Passover meal, how did Jesus indicate the person who would betray him? (It would be the person who was dipping out of the same dish.)

  • Who did Jesus predict would betray him? (Judas)

  • When Jesus broke the bread and blessed it, what did he say the bread represented? (His body)

  • What did Jesus say the cup represented? (His blood)

  • How did Jesus and the disciples close their Passover meal? (They sung a hymn.)

  • Where did Jesus and the disciples go after the Passover? (To the Mount of Olives)

  • Who did Jesus say would deny him before the rooster crowed twice the next morning? (Peter)

The Garden of Gethsemane

(Matthew 26:36-56; Mark 14:32-52; Luke 22:39-53; John 18:1-11)

  • What did Jesus do at Gethsemane after the Passover?  (He prayed to God.)

  • Who did Jesus take with him to watch while he prayed? (Peter, James, and John)

  • What did Peter, James, and John do while Jesus was praying? (They fell asleep.)

  • How did the chief priests and elders know where to find Jesus? (Judas knew that Jesus went there with his disciples.)

  • How did Judas show them which person was Jesus? (He greeted Jesus and kissed him on the cheek.)

  • What did Peter do when they moved to arrest Jesus? (He cut off the high priest’s servant’s ear.)

  • What did the disciples do after Jesus was arrested? (They ran away.)

Month 10 Memory Work

Sword Point

Luke 22:19

And he took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.”

Spiritual Truth Sentence

Tell me about the Lord’s Supper

Jesus established the Lord’s Supper at the last Passover with his disciples. They ate bread to represent his body and drank the fruit of the vine to represent his blood.

Timeline

 

  • Destruction of the Temple Foretold
    (Matthew 24; Mark 13; Luke 21:5-38)

  • The Parable of the 10 Maidens
    (Matthew 25:1-13)

  • The Last Supper
    (Matthew 26:17-35; Mark 14:10-31; Luke 22:1-38; John 13:1-30)

  • The Garden of Gethsemane
    (Matthew 26:36-56; Mark 14:32-52; Luke 22:39-53; John 18:1-11) 

Map It 
  • Gethsemane

  • Jerusalem

New Testament Books  

History:

  • Acts of the Apostles