Lots of Logic

Scripture: Judges 13-15

Learning Objectives:

  • Students will learn God expects parents to prepare their children for serving Him.
  • Students will learn when we focus on what we want – like money and power – instead of what God wants for us, it often leads to sin and consequences.
  • Students will learn God expects us to practice self-control in how we live our lives.
  • Students will learn how to solve logic puzzles.

Guiding Question: What is a logic puzzle and how can we solve them?

Materials: Logic puzzles found in procedure.

Procedure: Review the story of Samson emphasizing how his pride was evident by the riddles that he told. Sometimes pride can cause us to make our own decisions regardless of God, which has bad consequences. Pride leads us to become more focused on ourselves and our wants instead of God and what He has told us is best for us in life. Having self-control means that we do not allow what we want to get in the way of what is best for us. This allows us to live a life that God wants for us instead of making bad choices because we wanted something done our way and on our time.

Introduce the activity. Tell the students they are going to learn how to solve math logic puzzles. Go through several of these puzzles with the students and help as needed: https://www.getriddles.com/logic-riddles/

Additional Questions: How can students work with logic puzzles?

Supplemental Activity: Have the students create their own logic puzzles to share with the class for the class to solve or a peer to solve.

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