Kids: Godtime Cards from June 12

Posted by Caity Shinnick on

How do I know I’ll go to heaven when I die? Will it really be as great as everyone says it will be? How do I know that following God is the best way to spend my life? There are a lot of questions for which we have that don’t have definite, scientifically tested and proven answers. That’s where faith comes in. (1) Faith is trusting in what you can’t see because of what you can see. We can’t see heaven yet, and we don’t know the outcome of God’s plan for our lives. We do know God’s promises for us, though, and we’ve seen how He’s kept His promises in the past. (2) The writer of Hebrews gave us a whole bunch of examples of great men and women of faith and how God proved faithful in their lives. (3) God wants us to have faith in Him. He wants us to trust that His plan is the best plan. (4) There’s something about real people of faith that inspires others, an unseen sense of confidence and strength that emboldens someone to go out on a limb and do something incredible. When we follow God, regardless of whether we can see the outcome, we accomplish more than we ever could alone. This week, inspire kids with Abraham’s leap of faith as he followed God out of his comfort zone into a future he never could have imagined.

Spend some time this week with your kids working through their Godtime cards and reading our memory verse for June:

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” Hebrews 11:1

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