Liz really wants to be Student of the Week, and since rescuing an unknown stranger from drowning, Liz has become so famous that his story will be on the national news. But why is Liz acting so strangely; and why is he avoiding Lucille, the one lizard who knows him the best?Play Episode
Episode Theme: Trying to find identity and acceptance in God rather than man.
1. John 8:32 says, “then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” What is “the truth”? How could the truth set you free?
2. 2 Kings 5:1-16, tells the story of Naaman, who had leprosy. Naaman was a rich and powerful general. God healed Naaman of his leprosy. Naaman offered Elisha a gift of thanks. Elisha would not take the gifts. But his servant Gehazi had a different idea. Gehazi thought that if he told a lie he would get all of Elisha’s gifts. Read the rest of the story in 2 Kings 5:17-27. Gehazi thought he got away with it and even lied to Elisha. Gehazi was punished and lost everything, even his health.
Telling lies is not worth it. You might get something you want right now, but you lose the trust of other people. And even if they don’t know you lied, you know you did. God knows too, and that sin separates you from Him. As you listen to this episode, think about the power of telling the truth.
“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free”John 8:32
In this episode, Liz told a lie to make himself look better. You might know stories of classmates, friends and adults who have lied. You lie too. The Bible shows that the world is broken by sin, and that this is not the way things are supposed to be. With any sin, you need to call out the action and not the person. Just because someone lied does not make them a liar. How can you talk about the lie so that you can work for forgiveness and make things better? How can you bring back trust?
One way to talk about the lie is to explore why the person lied. Did they want something? Did they not want to be embarrassed? Were they scared? In our episode today, Liz lied because he wanted to be popular, and he did not want to be embarrassed. See the lie. Talk about the lie. Find the reason for the lie. Then find a way to forgive and build trust again.
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What is the name of the snack that Liz and Melvin share?
What extreme sport does Liz try?
What is the name of the reporter who wants to tell Liz’s rescue story?
What really happened?
Liz was chasing a bug, it fell into the river, and… Liz ate it.
Read these scripture passages and then pray this prayer to God about telling the truth.
Heavenly father, Your word is right and true. You are faithful in everything. Jesus, you even called yourself “the truth”. I search my heart Lord, and I know that you hate lying. But you are a friend to people who are trustworthy. Show me your ways Lord, and teach me your paths. Guide me in your truth. For you are God my Savior, and my hope is in you all day long. Amen.
Make a promise to your friends or family: “If any of us lies to the other, we promise to confess the lie within three days.” Fight lies with truth and find ways to build trust.
From Genesis up to the birth of Jesus, each symbol in the Jesse Tree teaches families God's big story.
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Can you figure out all eleven Kids Corner Bible puzzles?
Can you solve all fourteen Kids Corner Bible puzzles?
Do you have a plan to follow God's plan? Here's a Kids Corner song about trusting God.
A song for discerning the truth about who to follow!
No little crack in the sidewalk can hurt you, or your mom, or anybody else. God is in control. Listen to this song about false superstitions.
Learn the story of creation. Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail-in address.
Learn the Story of Christmas. Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail in address.
Learn the story of Easter and more. Note: This is a classic resource. Please do not send the studies to the mail in address.
Elijah was a prophet, one of God's messengers who told God's people to change their ways.
God is in charge of everything. Listen the story of Jacob and Esau.
God showed David that he had nothing to fear.
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If you've ever wondered what God is doing, you should meet Philip.
Liz gets caught up in superstitions. Can he trust God to take care of him instead?
When both a villain and a friend return to Terrene, Liz finds out that it’s wise to make sure he has the facts before he jumps to conclusions.
Chamy is desperate to find a solution to her family’s problems. Can Liz and Lucille help her fix things or do they need to stop her before things get worse?
Lucille has great plans for the church’s youth camp, but everything is put on hold with a hospital visit. Can Lucille’s replacement Liz pull it off?
What has scared Liz and Lucille while lost in the woods? Liz is sure it’s an alien from Planet Xenon planning to kidnap them! What’s going on?
Would you take a dare? Liz and the gang face a close call as they take on Skink's dangerous challenge!
To make big cash, Liz wants to borrow money. Is this scheme guaranteed to work?
Spike gets everything he wants. Liz is jealous and wishes he had Spike's parents as his own!
Liz is desperate to catch the homerun-record-breaking baseball! What's Liz willing to do for this treasure?
After an aptitude test, Spike is convinced he's good for nothing. How can Liz and the gang show him otherwise?
Liz is throwing himself the most awesome birthday party ever, but now his mom is threatening to cancel the entire party.
Spike convinces Liz and Scooter to follow horoscopes, so what's Scooter doing on top of a water tower?
Cole has the absolute biggest and best TV in town. How can Liz and the gang possibly do anything but watch TV all day long?
Online shopping can be just a click away! Join Liz as he tries to surf the web and gets more than he bargained for.
Liz and his friends eat junk food and then try to train for the Terrene Fun Run.
Even though Grandpa warns him, Liz can’t ignore the temptation of fame and fortune and an adventure looking for hidden treasure.
The Terrene Gazette's deadlines are looming! Lucille has no time to finish. What choices does she have to make to get things done?
Liz just found $500 in the park, and he can’t wait to spend it! What will he do with the money?
Grandpa Anole’s old truck Mr.Reliable seems to be having too many troubles. Can Slick Nick Basilisk and gang convince Grandpa that it’s time to buy a brand new Cicada ZR 500? Can he be trusted?
On the outskirts of Terrene, there are strange rumors of monsters emerging from the local mud pits. How dangerous is it when Liz and his class go and investigate?
Do people worship idols today? Lucille finds out when she gets caught up in frenzy over a band called “Skin Deep.”
Basketball’s living legend, Michael James, is coming to town. At a skills contest, will Liz and Spike’s friendship be destroyed when the competition gets fierce? Who’s better at shooting, dribbling, and setting up a pick and roll?
Liz and his friends are on a mission trip. Their job is to build a school and tell kids about Christ, but they are facing strong opposition.
While on a mission trip, Liz discovers that someone is willing to steal and to destroy just to stop Liz’s work. Why?
Before their mission trip is over, Liz and his friends discover a great way to draw people closer to God.
Liz becomes a slick salesman hyping up a cure-all tonic. Will the buyer beware?
Liz has found a racing car in Grandpa's barn. Can he convince Grandpa to let him drive it?
Liz wants to be a great baseball player. Liz learns to emulate winners, both on and off the diamond.
Liz really wants to be Student of the Week, and since rescuing an unknown stranger from drowning, Liz has become so famous that his story will be on the national news. But why is Liz acting so strangely; and why is he avoiding Lucille, the one lizard who knows him the best?
Whose approval is important? Liz finds out when he’s invited to join the most exclusive club in school.
At the 50th anniversary of the Terrene Town Square, Liz and Lucille uncover a 50 year old mystery. Who stole the jewels?
There is a thief on the loose in Terrene stealing clocks! Can Liz and his friends find out who is responsible?
Papa Dogg Trouble, a popular entertainer, shows up in Terrene. Spike is really excited. But when Papa Dogg steals a car, Spike realizes Papa isn’t the kind of person he should be idolizing.
Liz really, really wants a particular video game for Christmas. Will he get it?
Lacey talks Lucille into buying clothes she knows her mother won’t want her to wear. What happens when Lucille starts lying and hanging out with the wrong gang of kids? What will Liz do?
What's the best use of your time? Liz and Lucille face difficult choices as they do their homework and a Bible study. What's your worst distraction?
What do you do when bad stuff happens to you? Help Liz figure out how to handle a really bad day on this episode of Kids Corner.