Liz and Lucille want to win a big prize, and Linda wants a new romance. Is this happening or is it the end of the world?Play Episode
Episode Theme: Disappointment
1. In Isaiah 49:23, God promises that those who hope in him won’t be disappointed. What does it mean to “hope” in the Lord? How would you describe this hope to someone else?
2. For a long time, King David had to run for his life. King Saul wanted to kill him, and David had several close escapes. There were times when he was frightened and discouraged and disappointed. He felt like there was no hope for him. But he never forgot that God was watching over him. And when he was finally safe and free from Saul’s anger, he didn’t forget that it was God who delivered him. He wrote a song of praise to God in which he said, “In my distress I called to the Lord; I called out to my God. From his temple he heard my voice … He rescued me from my powerful enemy ...” (2 Samuel 22:7, 17). You probably don’t have people chasing you and trying to kill you like David did. But if God can help David with his disappointment, he can help you with yours. As you listen to this episode, think about how God is always there to help us deal with all of life’s disappointments.
“ . . . Those who hope in me will not be disappointed”Isaiah 49:23
In this episode, Liz and his friends learn to deal with disappointments and discover that God will never disappoint them.
In Philippians 4:6-8, the apostle Paul tells us how to deal with disappointment and worries. He says to pray about them, and he promises that when we do, God will fill us with his peace. He won’t necessarily take our problems away, but he will give us everything we need to see them through. But Paul doesn’t leave us there. We can’t just stop thinking about our problems unless we think about something else instead. And that’s just what Paul tells us to do. He says that instead of thinking about our disappointments, we should think about good things, things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and admirable. In other words, think about all the good things God has given us and has promised to give us in the future. That will help us deal with all our problems.
What competition do Liz and Lucille enter?
The Young Lizard Lawn and Garden Society’s competition for the best clean-up of a lawn and garden.
Who asks them to help him clean up his lawn?
Old Man Gower.
Who is the judge of the competition?
Who does Linda have a crush on?
Who does Manny end up liking best?
The apostle Paul likes lists. You’ve already seen his list of good things to think about in Philippians 4:8. In Romans 12:12, he gives us another list, a checklist of things to do when live is difficult. It’s a short list—the whole verse is only ten words long. Memorize the list, and use it to help you remember what to do whenever you’re disappointed.
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Liz keeps remembering every mean thing Spike has ever done to him. How can he get rid of this "record of wrongs"?
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At the school play auditions, Liz acts like he's the star of the show! Will Hollywood Liz have everyone standing in applause or will he bring down the house?
When is it important to keep a secret and when is it important to tell it? Liz and Lucille learn how to tell the two types of secrets apart.
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What does murder mean? Liz is sure that he’s never murdered anyone, but he needs some help figuring out the sixth commandment on this episode of Kids Corner.
Is teasing harmless? Things go from bad to worse as Liz, Spike, Morrie, and Scooter all start teasing everyone and end up needing medical attention!
Liz has been asked to defend someone who is in big trouble at school. How can he speak up for someone who can’t defend himself?
Liz is having a very bad, horrible week when he loses Grandpa’s antique coin, fails a surprise test, and gets a cold.
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
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A new school means new friends, new teachers, and a new challenge—figuring out how they can serve God in this new place.
It’s gone! Liz and Scooter have lost Grandpa’s prized baseball. Lies and cover ups or telling the truth?
Liz and Lucille find out that someone has been accused of doing something they didn’t do. Can innocence be proven?
As a member of the Safety Patrol, can Liz enforce the rules without making everyone angry with him?
Pie baking for the Terrene Pies R Round Festival is interrupted when someone steals one of the pies. Who is the culprit?
It’s time for the annual Remembrance Day parade, but what exactly are Liz and his friends remembering? And why is Grandpa so sad?
It's racing season, and Liz and Morrie join pit crew #55. But soon a car wins under suspicious circumstances. Should Liz report what he saw?
Scooter is determined to win the Terrene Go-Kart competition even if it means a little cheating.
Liz unconscious in the hospital? Evildoers planning to destroy Terrene? A mystery in Grandpa’s barn? What can Lucille, Morrie and Spike do now?
Grandpa uses the story of David and Bathsheba to teach his church school class about the 7th commandment and broken promises.
Reptarium Middle School is celebrating Smoke Free Lizard Week (SFL). But is the special speaker really smoke free?
One sin leads to another, and adventures quickly turn to nightmares. As always, little sins grow.
The town of Terrene is in real trouble. Business are shutting down, and folks are moving away. What’s going to happen to Liz and his friends? Can the town be saved?
Liz faces peer pressure and does something he know is foolish.
The competition at the Junior Reptile Olympics is fierce, and when Morrie goes along with Skink to "positively influence the outcome" the kids run into all kinds of problems.
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Someone has stolen a famous painting from the Terrene Museum and the Lizarardo Detective Agency is on the case. Can Liz solve this latest whodunit?
What is the hardest thing to do? Liz competes in the TV reality show The Champion and finds out what needs great strength.
The Lizarardo Detective Agency is investigating a robbery, and the evidence points to someone the gang all knows. Is he guilty?
Spike has reached his limit with Skink and his bullying. How will he get back at Skink and what does it have to do with the ninth commandment?
Getting back at a bully only seems fair, right? Not according to the Bible. Three friends find out why it’s important to treat others the way they’d want to be treated.
School is upside down with both Liz and Skink both getting A's. And why is Granny refusing to attend her high school reunion?
Liz has been asked to be a friend to the new kid in school, but the new kid is the most annoying lizard Liz has ever met. How can Liz help this obnoxious lizard make and keep friends?
Liz and Spike want to figure out how to buy fancy shoes so they can be cool. When their plans to raise money flop, they joke about stealing the shoes. But it isn’t long before their joke causes big problems.
What’s the big deal about little sins? Why is Liz’s dad so upset when Liz didn’t do anything really bad?
Scooter is having a terrible time at school and decides he wants revenge. But before he gets a chance, what will Grandpa do to change Scooter's mind?
Lucille is acting very weird, and Liz is on this case to figure out why. Who is jumping to the wrong conclusion?