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Create
To make something out of nothing (only God can do this)
Fruitful
To grow and multiply in number
Dominion
To rule over something or someone
Image
A physical or spiritual likeness of someone or something
Divided
To put things into separate parts
Glorify
To praise and honor someone
Commandments
God's rules for life and living
Love
Serving another out of respect and devotion
Grievous
difficult or painful
Godhead
One God that exists in a perfect union of three persons or trinity
Father
God the Father, the first person of the Trinity
Son
God the Son, the second person of the Trinity
Holy Spirit
God the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity
Spirit
A person who thinks, feels, wills, knows, acts, but has no physical human body
Body
A physical body with flesh and blood that we can see and touch
Lord
Supreme Ruler or Divine Being
Everywhere
In every place at the same time
Flee
To run away from someone or something
Presence
When someone is with others or is in a place
Ascend
To go up
Invisible
A real thing or person that cannot be seen
Always
Something that happens over and over and will never change
Eternal
There is no beginning nor end to God
Hidden
To keep something from being seen by another
Knoweth
To have good understanding
Nothing
Nothing of any kind or amount
Impossible
Something that cannot be done
Holy
Pure and set apart for God's use
God's will
The things that God wants to do
Confess
To declare that something or someone is true
Inspiration
God given words; as if God breathed the words out of His own mouth
Obey
To follow the rules or commands of another
Alone
By yourself; without anyone else
Rule
A guide or standard by which we can measure other things
Wrote
When someone writes down some words
Holy Scriptures
The Sixty-six books of the Bible
Prophecy
To speak or proclaim God's Words to others
Interpretation
To explain the words of another
Parents
A man and woman who have children
Rib
A bone in the chest of a human body
Ground
The dust of the earth
Covenant
An agreement or promise between two or more persons
Spirit
The invisible part of a human being that can worship God, also called the soul
Forever
Something that will never end even over time
Physical
The material visible part of man that includes flesh, bones, and blood
Gave
To have given someone something
Holy
To be completely dedicated to God and separated from sin
Righteous
To act in a holy and obedient way toward God
Commandments
God's rules for human beings
Happy
To be filled with joy and gladness
Agreement
When two or more people make an arrangement
Promise
A pledge by someone to do something
Mankind
All human beings living on the earth
Nation
A whole country
Sacred
Something that is devoted to God and respected as holy
Works
Acts that people do to complete a job
Perfectly
Without error; with no mistakes
Required
Something that must be done
Exactly
When something is correct in every detail
Reward
Something that we get in return for something we have done
Threaten
To warn someone that punishment is coming if they do not act a certain way
Punish
To cause a person to undergo pain, experience loss, or suffer for wrongdoing- even to the point of death
Rebel
To go against the rule of a person in authority
Thought
Something our minds think about
Deed
An act or action taken
Omission
To leave something out or undone
Commission
To do something on purpose after thinking about it
Forbid
To command someone not to do something
Require
To order someone to do something
Parable
A short story designed to teach truth
Servant
A person who works for someone else
Deserve
To earn something
Wrath
Strong anger
Curse
To bring problems and trouble upon a person as punishment
Foolishly
To act or think in an unwise manner
Saviour
A person who can free people from the curse and penalty of sin; Jesus is the only true Saviour
Forbidden
When someone is told not to do something
Tempt
To try to make someone do wrong
Enemy
A person or group who does not like you
Careful
To be on guard against danger
Miserable
Completely unhappy and very sad
Innocence
To be pure and free from sin
Blame
To put responsibility on someone for a sin or mistake
Promise
When someone says he will do something
Descendants
People who are born from a particular person
Guilty
When someone is found to have broken a moral or civil law
Represented
When a person acts on behalf of others or takes the place of others
Sin
Breaking God's law or failing to obey what it tells us to do
Generate
Give birth to another person
Nature
The way you are made
Corrupt
Affected by the evil of sin
Being
The whole of a person in body and spirit
Restrain
To keep someone from doing anything they wish
Original Sin
Adam's first sin which brought guilt and corruption to all of his descendants
Fit
To be prepared
Regeneration
Spiritual rebirth by the Holy Spirit
Terms
The guidelines or rules of an agreement
Repent
To turn away from error unto the truth
Condemned
To be sentenced for breaking the law
Works
The things we do and say
Perfectly
When something is done without error or mistakes
Will
The part of a person that chooses how to act and think
Saved
To be freed from the power and penalty of sin
Grace
The free, undeserved mercy and redemptive love of God given through the Holy Spirit
Penalty
A punishment given to someone for breaking a law or agreement
Saviour
A person who is able to deliver people from sin and its penalty
Elect
God's chosen people
Chosen
To pick out
Adopted
When someone is taken into a family by choice
Pleasure
Something that makes you happy
Whole
Something or someone is complete in every part
Work
When action is taken to do something
Kept
To put something under your control and protect it perfectly
Sinless
Free from sin in mind and heart
Suffer
To go through pain
Earth
The name given to the world we live on
Poverty
When someone is poor and lives with very little
Peaceful
Quiet and calm
Painful
When we are hurt and feeling bad
Shameful
That which makes one look foolish or immoral
Atonement
When someone pays a penalty that should have been paid by others
Accepted
To receive something offered
Justify
To defend or uphold as right
Sanctify
To make someone or something holy and pure
Holy
Pure and dedicated to God
Deserve
When a person gets what he should rightly receive
Repent
To be sorry for sin and to turn away from it
Forsake
To leave something behind
Displeases
Something that makes a person sad or angry
Hate
To dislike someone or something very much
Believe
To accept something as true
Pray
When someone talks with God
Salvation
The act whereby God gives new spiritual life to someone
Lydia
A Christian woman who lived during the time of the Apostle Paul
history
the story of what happened long ago; it is God's Story- the story of how God works out His plan for men and nations
created
to make something new; God created the heavens and the earth in six days, and on the seventh day He rested
Jesus Christ
God's own Son; He is the Savior who came into the world to forgive His people of their sins and save them. One day He will return in all His glory.
timeline
a line of pictures at the beginning of each unit in the textbook that helps show how God's story progresses
beginning
the time and place when something starts. Your life began when you started growing inside your mother; likewise, history began when the earth was created.
eternal
without beginning or end; God is the only one who has no beginning or end.
future
the time that is to come; the days, months, and years ahead
Pilgrim
a person who travels from one place to another; the group of Christians who came to America from England to start a new life according to God's Word at Plymouth Colony in 1620
glorify
to honor and praise God in our hearts
oceans
large areas of water on the surface of the earth; called the "Seas" in the Bible
curse
the effect of Adam and Eve's sin; all the bad things that came upon people after they sinned; thorns, sickness, pain, and death
continents
dry land on the surface of the earth; called "Earth" in the Bible
sin
disobeying God's rules; "any want of conformity unto, or transgression of, the law of God," as defined in the WSC
promise
when a person agrees to do something; a serious pledge to do what you say you will do; even though man may not always keep his promises, God always does
history
God's Story; the story of how God works out His plan for people and nations
flood
an overflowing of water in an area that is normally dry; the great flood of Noah's time covered the whole earth
ark
a very large boat in which Noah, his family, and two of every kind of animal were saved; 450'L, 75'W, 45'H; made out of gopher/cypress wood, sealed with pitch/bitumen; three levels
rainbow
a half circle of bands of color that represent the spectrum/range of colors in visible light; it is formed by the sun's rays reflecting off water-raindrops, spray, or mist- in the air- ROY G BIV
government
rulers, police, and judges who make sure people obey the laws
language
the sounds and words we make with our mouths; these sounds and words help us to talk to each other, and especially to praise God and tell others about Christ
nation
a large group of people who live in the same place, speak the same language, and work together; they are also ruled by the same laws
laws
rules that a king or ruler tells the people to obey
sacrifice
a lamb or calf that is killed to pay for the sins of the people; Christ is the Lamb of God who came into the world and died to pay for the sins of His people
wilderness
a large desert place where it is very hard to grow plants for food or for people to live
Joshua
an Ephraimite, the son of Nun; the personal attendant of Moses, who succeeded him and led the Israelites into the Promised Land; conquered Canaan and planned for the settlement of the land
family line
includes grandparents, mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, etc.
plagues
hard, painful things God sent to make the king of Egypt let His people go
idol
something made out of wood or stone that sinful people worship instead of the Living God, Creator, & Lord of the universe; any object or person that people worship & give honor to instead of the Living God
empire
a big group of nations that has a strong king who rules over them
disciples
students or followers of Jesus Christ
miracle
something wonderful that only God can do
criminal
a person who does something wrong or breaks the law
elder
a local church leader who oversees the spiritual care of God's people-exercising rule, giving instruction, and ordaining other men to office
church
the people who believe in Christ and together worship God; an organized community of believers who trust in the Lord Jesus Christ as their supreme Ruler and meet to worship Him
martyr
a person who dies for his faith
Pentecost
the harvest festival that is held fifty days after Passover (when Christ died); on this day the Holy Spirit came upon Christ's disciples, and the Christian Church was born
apostle
a special disciple sent by Christ to est. & lead His Church; "sent one" or "messenger"; 1 of the men chosen by Him to see the events of His life & resurrection, & to testify concerning Him to men
Caesars
powerful kings who ruled the Roman Empire
Trinity
the Bible doctrine that teaches God is one God, yet three Persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
lord
a ruler who owned land and had people work for him
castle
a group of buildings with thick stone walls around them
missionary
a person who leaves his home to go and tell people the good news about Jesus Christ
vassals
people who worked for a lord
knights
special soldiers who wore metal suits of armor to protect them in battle
priest
a minister in the Roman Church
faith
trusting in Christ for salvation; the means by which the free gift of salvation is received
reformers
men who served Christ in those days when Christ reformed His Church
hell
the place where God forever punishes sinners who do not have their sins forgiven through the blood of Jesus Christ
reformed
to be changed by the Word of God; to make better by removing faults and defects, to put a stop to abuses or malpractices
Puritans
people who followed the teachings of the Reformation in England and tried to purify the Church of England of its unbiblical doctrines and practices
explore
travel to a new place and learn about the land and the people that live there
worship
to serve someone or something with all your heart; the Bible says that we should worship God, and God alone
colony
a place that is ruled by a faraway country
tribes
small groups of people that live and work together; they are usually related to each other and have the same language, laws, and customs
Pilgrims
Christians who suffered much for following Christ and left England to start a new life in America
Great Awakening
when large numbers of American colonists had their hearts turned to faith in Christ; they finally understood the good news of Christ's death and resurrection
Declaration of Independence
a paper that said the American people were free from the rule of Great Britain; it was signed by fifty-six members of the Continental Congress
Constitution
a paper that tells the most important laws in the land, which everybody must obey
president
a leader of a country, but not a king; a king is free to do as he sees fit, but a president can only do what the law (the Constitution) says
freedom
free to govern in agreement with God's Word
declaration
an important message
independence
free to live as God requires
territory
a land that is owned and controlled by a nation, but without the status of a state (as in Australia or the United States) or province (as in Canada)
guide
a person whose job is to help visitors through a land that is new to them
cabins
small, one-story houses made out of logs
settlers
the first ons to come to a new part of the country and start farms and towns
plantation
a large farm with a lot of workers to plant crops and care for animals
wagon train
a line of wagons traveling together; pioneer families crossed the western plains in wagon trains to start a new life of farming, ranching, mining, etc.
pioneers
brave people who go into new territory, preparing the way for others to follow; early settlers
slaves
men, women, and children who were owned by rich landowners and did work for them in their fields, workshops, and kitchens
War Between the States
the civil war in the United States between the South (the Confederate States of America) and the North (the Union) from 1861 to 1865
dictionary
a book that tells what words mean; it also tells how the words are spelled, pronounced, and from where they came
invention
a new tool or machine that someone thinks about in his mind; he draws it on a piece of paper and then builds it
inventor
a person who makes an invention
national
something that belongs to all the country
First World War
the war in which many countries of the world fought; the war (1914-1918) between the Allies and the Central Powers
Second World War
another war in which many countries of the world fought; the war (1939-1945) between the Allies and the Axis Powers
submarines
boats that can travel under water and fight in wars; a kind of warship, armed with torpedoes, guided missiles, etc. that can operate under the water
capital
a city where the leaders of a country or state meet to pass laws and to rule the people
dome
the part of a building that looks like a ball cut in half; the Capitol building has a dome on the top
crier
a person who begins each meeting of the Supreme Court; he cries, "God save the United States and the Honorable Court."
backbone
the long line of bones down the middle of your back; the Rocky Mountains look like the backbone of a big, strong man
geyser
a hot spring which shoots off water and steam straight into the air
Congress
the meeting of leaders from all fifty states who come to make laws for the nation; it is held in the Capitol building in Washington, D.C.
Supreme Court
a group of judges who make sure that the laws passed by Congress and signed by the president agree with teh Constitution; it is the highest court of the land
White House
the place where the President of the United States lives
motto
a short sentence or phrase that describes the character, general motivation, or intention of a person, group, organization, or thing; a guiding principle
hot spring
a place where very hot water bubbles up from below the ground
blessing
the joy that comes when serving others for Christ
hell
a very awful place where Satan will be; everyone whose name is not written in the Book of Life will be thrown into the Lake of Fire that burns forever
heaven
a very happy place where God lives; those who believe in Jesus will be able to go there because their names are written in the Book of Life
Judge
Jesus Christ; when He returns He will tell everyone what was good and bad
Creator
the One who made all things; God
glory
praise and honor given to the Lord God
seas
huge areas of water; oceans
universe
the heavens and the earth; all that God created
rotate
to turn in a circle or spin
moon
a heavenly body that circles a planet
planet
a huge heavenly body that moves around the sun
spaceship
a ship that flies high into outer space
Big Dipper
a star picture of a cup (or dipper)
firmament
the sky or heaven above the earth
season
one of the four parts of a year; spring, summer, fall, or winter; each season is about 90 days or three months
year
the passing of twelve months or the four seasons
weather
what it is like outside; sunny, cloudy, rainy, or snowy
calendar
a chart that shows the days, weeks, and months of one year
fuel
something that burns which creates heat or power; wood, coal, oil, or gas (all come from plants)
roots
the part of a plant that grows down into the soil
soil
ground that is made of tiny bits of rock and dead plants
medicine
something that helps people get better when they are sick
stem
the part of a plant that grows above the soil and holds the leaves, flowers, and fruit
leaves
green parts of a plant that grow out of the stem; they make food for the plant and help it "breathe"
flower
the part of a plant that can be eaten; it is made from the flower and has one or more seeds in it
seeds
parts of a plant found in the fruit; they make new plants
thorax
the middle part of an insect
abdomen
the end part of an insect
disease
something that makes people very sick
pollen
yellow "dust" that flowers make; bees carry pollen to other plants that help them grow fruit with seeds
silk
soft, shiny thread made by the silkworm or other insects
wigglers
baby mosquitos
tumblers
young mosquitoes
caterpillars
baby butterflies
chrysalis
a special "home" made by a caterpillar where it rests and changes into a butterfly
social insects
insects that like to live together in large groups
colonies
large groups of social insects
soul
the spirit of a person that lives forever
migrate
when some animals travel to warmer places during the winter to find food
hibernate
when some animals sleep all winter long
forage
to look hard for food
"playing possum"
when an animal pretends to be dead; it protects itself fro its enemies by doing this
tracks
the "footprints" that animals make in the mud or snow
hooves
the "feet" of some animals like deer, cows, and sheep
dominion
to rule over something; in Genesis 1 God commanded man to rule over His creation
science
the study of God's creation
five senses
seeing, hearing, tasting, feeling, and smelling
heaven
the sky or the firmament above the earth; also a name for God's home
male
the name used for men and boys
female
the name used for women and girls
weight
the measurement of how heavy something is
scale
a tool used to measure the weight of things
balance
a tool used to tell if one object is heavier than another
aquarium
a "box" that has glass walls and can hold water; it is used to keep fish or other animals
temperature
the measurement of how hot or cold something is
thermometer
a tool used to measure the temperature of things
height
the measurement of how tall something is
ruler
a tool used to measure how long or tall something is