Parents, today your child heard the Bible story of Paul’s letter to Timothy. As a child, Timothy learned from the Scriptures from his mother and grandmother. Paul urged Timothy to always remember what he had learned from the Scriptures—that God loves him and teaches him how to live.
Our daily Bible reading is so exciting! A New Creation is coming! You can read along with us by finding the schedule on the One Conversation™ Page.
“Something happens between the ages of 9 and 12 that seems to flip a switch, at least for a time. Our sweet children who once sang with conviction, “The B-I-B-L-E, yes, that’s the book for me,” become teenagers and typically treasure God’s Word only when it’s funny, or for about one week out of the year at youth camp.” Cynthia Hopkins walks us through “How to Help Your Kid Fall in Love with Scripture” here: https://www.lifeway.com/en/articles/how-to-help-your-kid-love-scripture
We know the happiness—even celebration—of coming to the end of a task: turning in a research paper, hammering the last nail in a building project, or attending a retirement party. Some tasks are harder to celebrate either because we do not see the end result or the progress is slow.
Take it Further: Check out the “Paul Wrote a Letter to Timothy” section of the Bible Studies for Life: Kids Family App. Your children will love the interactive activities and games that go along with each lesson, found on this exciting FREE app.
As we finish this month what has Psalm 136:26 meant to you? Does the promise of God’s everlasting love give you comfort? Can you find reasons to praise Him for all He has done for you? God’s goodness and mercy last in our lives forever.