Free Children's Sunday School Lessons at Rotation.org's Sunday School Lesson Exchange
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Isaiah 7 (Immanuel), Isaiah 9 (Wonderful Counselor...), and Matthew 1 (you shall name him Jesus). This revised and improved "WT" lesson set was previously titled, "Birth of Jesus through the Eyes of Isaiah."
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