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Who Is Our God: RCCG Sunday School Teachers


Bible Passage: 1 Chron. 29:10-12.

Opening Prayer: Dear God, help me to understand who you are.


Previous Knowledge: I. Teachers should welcome students to the first Sunday School lesson for the year 2022/2023.

2. Teachers should thank God for His ever-abiding presence and transformational power on the word throughout the last Sunday School year.

3. Teachers should encourage students to be steadfast, regular and punctual in the Sunday School classes throughout the new Redeemed Year.



Some people, called atheists, did not believe in or intentionally deny the existence of God. The Bible calls them ‘fools’ (Ps. 14:1). There are others who believe in the existence of many gods and consult with them based on peculiar needs; they are called polytheists. The Bible unequivocally teaches that there is only one God who created all things, sustains all things, and transcends all things. This is what we believe as Christians. It is worth noting that we do not worship or serve the same God as the people of other religions who also believe that there is only one “God”. Who then is our God and what makes Him unique?

Lesson Aim: To know who the God of the Christians is.

Teaching Objectives

Through this lesson, students should be able to:

a. Describe God as the uncreated Creator.

b. Identify His attributes and nature.

c. Describe the differences between him and other gods.

Teaching Plan

To achieve the above-stated objectives, the teacher should :

a. Allow the students to recite the memory Verse, read the Bible Passage, contribute to the discussion, and do class activities and assignments.

b. Allow the Assistant Teacher to see to the well-being of the class, and mark attendance and assignment.

c. Teach the lesson outlines, summarize, conclude, evaluate the lesson and give assignments.

Text Review: 1 Chron. 29:10-12.

In this passage, David publicly acknowledges his God and declares some of his attributes and works.

a. Blessed be thou, Lord God of Israel our Father, forever and ever…V10.

b. Greatness and the power, the glory the victory, and the majesty are God’s. …v11a.

This is because:

I. All that………v11b.

ii. ………v11c.

c. Riches and Honour come from Him…..v12a.

And He also:


Ii. ……v12c.

III. ……..v12d.


Teachers should fill in the gaps from the passage during the preview exercise.

Teaching Method: Question and Answer method.

Time Management: The Teacher should apply two-lesson outlines of teaching time.


Question 1: Why is our God the uncreated Creator?

Answer: The Teacher should highlight the reasons our God is the uncreated Creator (Col. 1:17; Ps. 90:2) as follows:

As revealed to us by the Bible :

I. We believe that there is only one God who created Heaven and the earth (Gen. 1:1).

Ii  Our God is the Creator of both visible and invisible creatures (Col. 1:16).

III. Our God created all things (humans, animals l, and plants), and non-living things (sun, moon, rivers, stars, mountains etc). Ps. 8:3; John 1:1-3

iv. In our God, every creature receives life (John 5:26; Gen. 2:7).

v. Our God created and controls times and seasons (Gen. 1:14; Dan. 2:21a). 


CLASS ACTIVITY 1: Students should mention why our God is the uncreated Creator.

Lesson Outline 2: Our God is Unique

Question 1: How unique is our God?

Note: The Teacher should first allow the students to answer the question in their own words before stressing the following points that are exclusive to our God.

Answer :

Our God is Unique in that he possesses attributes other gods do not possess.

The uniqueness of Our God is evident in many of His attributes.

I. Our God is the supreme Being and ruler of all that is (Ps.103:19; 115:3). 

ii. He is the self-existent One. (Is. 45:4-6). 

III. Our God is perfect (Ps. 18:30) in holiness (Lev 11:44; Ex. 15:11). 

iv. He is unique in power (Ps. 62:11), goodness (Ex. 34:6); and Wisdom (Romans 11:33). 

v. Our God is present everywhere (Jer. 23:24). 

Question 2: What other unique attributes does our God possess? 


I. He is all Powerful -Omnipotent (Rev. 19:6). 

ii. All-Knowing- Omniscient (1 John 3:20).

III. Our God is a spirit (John 4:24; 2 Cor. 3:17). 

iv. Our God is all light (John 1:5) and glory (Ps. 19:3). 

v. Our God is Love (1 John 4: 8,16) and love us with an everlasting love (Jer. 3:13). 

vi. The sovereignty of God is expressed in the fact that He does whatever Pleases Him (1 Chro. 29:11; Is. 29:16; 45:9). 

vii. Our God is eternal (Deut. 33:27; Romans 1:20).


Class Activity 2: Students should distinguish between our God and other gods. 

Summary: The God of the Christians created all things and He is distinct from other gods in so many ways. 

Conclusion: Every Christian must believe and declare boldly that our God is the only God.

Evaluation: Mention five (5) unique things about our God.

Closing Prayer: Father, I declare that You are the God of all gods and no God can be compared to you.


Why do you think atheists say, There is no God? Give five (5) reasons. (2*5=10 Marks). 



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