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Great Adventurers (Week 4)Sample

Great Adventurers (Week 4)

DAY 1 OF 7

Day One - God’s Way is Best

Welcome to our Great Adventurers Devotional! We are so excited to have you following along with us as we journey and look at some of the Great Adventurers in the Bible.

This week, we are looking at another of our Great Adventurers -  Jonah.  We will see how Jonah tried to do things his way and not God’s way. Let's follow Jonah’s journey and see how God changed a bad situation into a good outcome. With God all things are possible. 


'Jonah and the Big Fish'  in the Beginners Bible (Pages 257-264) or Jonah 1-3:10.

Jonah was a prophet of God. (This means he heard from God and delivered messages to people from God.) 

God told Jonah to go and take a message to the people of Nineveh, telling them to stop doing bad things. 

God loved Jonah but He also loved the people of Nineveh.  The Ninevites were not living their lives how God wanted them to. This made God very sad.

God always has the best plan. He chose Jonah to be the person who would take His message to the people of Nineveh and ask them to change. 

Maybe Jonah was afraid of what the people of Nineveh may say to him? 

Maybe he was nervous to talk to them about the things they were doing wrong?  

Maybe Jonah had forgotten that God’s Way is Best! 


Have you ever been chosen to do something important? 

Have a chat with your grownups about this. Today, have some fun together by thinking of some important things you could do at home. 


‘Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible!”’ (Matthew 19:26)


I’m an adventurer. 

I am bold. I am strong with the word of the Lord. 

I will follow wherever You lead. 

I won’t stop. I’ve been set free. 

In Jesus name, Amen!

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About this Plan

Great Adventurers (Week 4)

In the Bible, we see that through ‘Great Adventurers’ God has changed the world around them for good. God can take the seemingly bad things and turn them for good. We will follow in the footsteps of these ‘Great Adventur...


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