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English to Amharic: Awana TruthSeekers Roots of Faith- Teacher's Guide
Source text - English Let’s Look in the Bible
Psalm 46:10—Be still, and know that I
am God: I will be exalted among the
heathen, I will be exalted in the earth. Explain that God can be trusted, no matter what happens. He is greater than all, an He loves us. God will be given praise, because He is greater than all. No one can win against Him.
Let’s Think It Through
1. In the Bible, is a miracle something only God can do? Yes/No
2. Are all Adam and Eve’s descendants born sinners? Yes/No
3. What is the punishment for sin? A. Prison B. Nothing C.Death
4. Will God ever forget about his creation? Yes/No
5. Who guided Moses and the Israelites out of Egypt? A. Aaron B. God C. They had no guide
Lessons from God’s Word
The Bible records many, many miracles. Miracles are part of true history. Miracles show us the greatness of God and teach us more about His great power and his great love for his creation. Today we are going to read about some of the miracles God did for the Israelites. Remember these stories are historical fact.
1. God led the Israelites by a cloud- Exodus 13:17-18, 21.
. God delivered the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, and He began to lead them back to the land that he had promised to their forefather, Abraham.
-The number of Israelites had grown greatly.
.When the Israelites first went to Egypt, there were only 70 of them.
.Now, 430 years later, there were probably about two and a half million Israelites.
.God directed them where He wanted them to go by a pillar of could during the day and a pillar of fire at night.
-God kept the pillar before them at all times—they could see it day and night.
-They would have gotten lost, and eventually would have died in the desert if the Lord had not directed them. He loved them, so he took care of them.
.God was protecting the Israelites, so that the great Deliverer would be born into the world.
-The Israelites are the descendents of Abraham.
-The Lord had promised Abraham that one of his descendants would be the Savior of the world.
.God was also protecting Israel because He was giving His word to them to give to the world. The words that we have been reading were given first to Israel.
2. Pharaoh decided to recapture Israel – Exodus 14:5-7.
•Pharaoh was guided by Satan.
•He was guided by
3. The Israelites were afraid, and they blamed Moses – Exodus 14:10-14.
•Even though the Israelites had seen all the great and mighty things the Lord had done in Egypt, they still did not trust in the Lord.
•Moses, however, trusted in the Lord and told the Israelites to believe God.
•Even though the Israelites sinned and didn’t trust in the Lord, He was merciful and planned to deliver them.
-The Israelites could not deliver themselves.
-The sea was in front to them, and their enemies were behind them.
When God put Adam and Eve out of the garden, away from him, there was no way back into the garden, and they could not make things right between themselves and God. Only God could provide a way, so they could be accepted once again by Him. It was God who provided a way for Abel to be accepted by God. Only God could save Noah and his family from the flood. When Isaac was bound and placed on the altar and his father had the knife raised above him. Only God could save him. The parents of the firstborn children o Israel could not have saved their children from death if God had not provided a way. And, Israel could not escape from the Egyptians unless God made a way for them.
4. God opened the sea – Exodus 14:15-16
•God created the sea, so He has complete control over it.
In the beginning, the whole earth was covered with water. Remember how the Lord caused the water to move back so there was dry ground? The Lord, who in the beginning caused the water to moved back, had not changed. He commanded this sea to move back so his people could walk on dry land to the other side. God could do this, for He has control over the whole earth.
•It was not difficult for God to open the sea, so the Israelites could walk through to the other side.
5. Israel was led by God through the sea –Exodus 14:19-25.
•The Lord did not forsake His people.
-He promised to lead them safely out of Egypt and into the land He had promised to Abraham.
-The Lord led the Israelites into the path which he had made through the sea.
-The Lord moved the cloud that was leading Israel and placed it between them and the Egyptians.
-Behind the Israelites, the cloud was bright and shining like the sun.
-It gave light so the Israelites could see where they were going.
-Ahead of the Egyptians, however, the cloud was black.
-There was only darkness in front of them.
•The Egyptians still continued to follow because the Lord planned to destroy them.
6. God drowned the Egyptian armies in the sea –Exodus 14:26-29
•The Egyptian armies were drowned by God in the sea. No one can fight against God and win.
•The Lord protected all the Israelites –Exodus 14:30
-Not one of them was drowned, and the Egyptians did not catch any of them.
-The Lord saved them because of His love for them and because He had promised to save them.
•When Israel saw the great things which the Lord did, they believed in Him- Exodus 14:31.
English to Amharic: Consent cover letter General field: Law/Patents Detailed field: Law: Contract(s)
Source text - English Consent Cover Letter
An Analysis of Pre-Hospital Transport Methods of Road Traffic Accidents in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The purpose of this research study is to gather information about how people in road traffic accidents arrive at hospitals in Addis Ababa. We are doing this study because we want to come up with better ways for people to get care for injuries before they come to the hospital. We would like to ask you a few questions about your accident as part of a questionnaire. We will also look at your medical records for your age, gender, the injuries that you have, any medical treatment you receive, and where you are receiving treatment after 5 days. After this information is gathered, the researchers will no longer be able to identify which patients participated in the questionnaire. This is how we will keep your information confidential.
If you have any questions complaints or if you feel you have been harmed by this research please contact Dr. Jeff Robison at email@example.com.
Contact the Institutional Review Board (IRB) if you have questions regarding your rights as a research participant. Also, contact the IRB if you have questions, complaints or concerns which you do not feel you can discuss with the investigator. The University of Utah IRB may be reached by phone at (801) 581-3655 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It should take less than 5 minutes to complete the questionnaire. Participation in this study is voluntary. You can choose not to take part. Your participation in this survey will not affect your medical care. You can choose not to finish the questionnaire or omit any question you prefer not to answer without penalty or loss of benefits.
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