My Fellow Reptarians

Lucille is running for student body president against a sneaky candidate. Will Lucille use the same tactics against her opponent?

Before You Listen

After you listen

Memory Verse

“Even small children are known by their actions, so is their conduct really pure and upright?”

Audio Icon   Proverbs 20:11



In this episode, Lucille had to choose between winning and doing what was right. Her actions had to match her words.

Jesus’ harshest words in his ministry were directed at those he called “hypocrites.” He had no use for them. Their actions did not support their words. Unfortunately, the people he criticized the most for hypocrisy were the religious leaders who claimed to follow God but instead gave God a bad name with their selfishness and their pride. Read Matthew 23 to see what Jesus said about hypocrites.

On the other hand, God tells us that he is faithful, that he loves us, and that he is trustworthy. And we don’t have to worry that God is just saying the words. He backs his words up with actions—even to the point of giving up his son to death so that we can live.

Want to dig deeper and learn more about how God is faithful? Check out: See Numbers 23:19, Psalm 33:4, Psalm 145:13.


Make a decision tree showing the decisions that Daniel had to make in the story of Daniel and the lion’s den. Write the problem on the top, and then under that make three columns with three possible solutions to the problems. Under each solution, write what possible good and bad results. Look at all the options to make one decision and write it at the bottom of the page.

  1. What was Daniel’s problem?
  2. What different solutions were there?
  3. What could have been the results of those decisions: good and bad?
  4. What was the result?

Sometimes, God does the unexpected to support decisions that honor him. Even if he doesn’t, it is always best to do things God’s way.

Do you have a decision to make about doing what you want or doing what is right? Make a decision tree that shows your options. Circle the choices that obey God and his word. Choose to live your life God’s way, and trust him with the results.