Parents, your child heard the story of Noah. Noah was a righteous man, and God protected him, his family, and a boat full of animals. Noah responded to God with obedience and worship. Immediately, after Noah left the ark, he built an altar to praise and worship God. How does your family worship and praise God?
The Weekly Bible Verse your children learned yesterday speaks more truth about God’s marvelous works reflected in the creatures He created.
“Noah’s flood isn’t simply a Sunday school story about sunny skies and rainbows. Real people died; real sin was punished in a real flood. At the same time, Noah’s life isn’t just a grim story about fury and death. Even though God did execute judgment because people refused to forsake sin, he still showed grace to those who trusted him.” Read more about “The Better Version of Noah’s Ark” by Brandon D. Smith here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/better-version-noahs-ark/
Take a moment today to talk about the Unit Verse for the month with your child. Remind him that the world will tell him one thing, but he can trust what the Bible says is true. Post a video today of your child reciting the verse!
Take it Further: Check out the “Noah Worked Hard” section of the Bible Studies For Life: Kids Family App. This FREE App dives deeper into each lesson with interactive games and activities that support the lesson from each week.
Most of us can muster a smile and be polite—even friendly—when we have to. But a genuine joy in the other person’s presence calls for something deeper in us. The other person can tell the difference between a superficial “I’m glad to see you,” and authentic joy.