Parents, today your child heard about four men who brought a paralyzed friend to see Jesus. They knew the man needed help and they knew just whom to ask. Your family can ask Jesus to care for those around you, too.
Our Daily Bible Reading found on our One Conversation™ page is about learning how to treat others fairly. Who can you do a kind thing for today?
Take It Further: Check out the “Four Friends Helped” section of the Bible Studies for Life: Kids Family App. This FREE app allows you to go further into the lesson through interactive activities just with the swipe of a screen.
The world offers a lot of things to give us security, happiness, and a sense of well-being. Chase any one of these, though, and we discover they fail to deliver. We’re still left with a feeling of futility. Solomon made that discovery centuries ago, but it’s not the end of the story.
It is time to memorize the Unit Verse for the month! Let’s set it to motions to help. Point your finger to the sky for Lord. Wave your hands in front of you for direct. Point to your chest for hearts, hug yourself for love, and show your muscles for endurance.
Erik Raymond write about how the weary can find satisfaction in the Lord in his post “God Woke Me Up.” “In the midst of a book that involves quite a bit of judgment by God, there are many streams of mercy flowing at the feet of the faithful. This was one of them. God promises to refresh the weary.” Read more here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/erik-raymond/god-woke-me-up/