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Barnabas

Kidz Life Ages 9 to 13

July 12, 2020 • Erouane Langard

Kids 9- 13 years old Dear parents & Children, Welcome to Kidz Life online! For our story of this week we talked about Barnabas and how courageous he was to be faithful to his friends whatever happened. Barnabas didn't hesitate to give everything he had, his money as well as his time, to make people happy around him. His name means Son of encouragement, which speaks alot about the kind of friend that he was. Have you ever met someone like this? what kind of friend are you yourself? The one who shares and encourages others? What we learnt from Barnabas story is that his good and generous heart helped reconcile people when they didn't get along. How cool is that? Can you spend sometimes meditating on what you can do to make good difference in the life of others? Bible story: Book of Acts Here is our prayer for this morning: Dear God, Thank you for good friends and family who always help and encourage me. Help me Daddy to be a good friend, a good son or daughter, a good neighbor so that people will be happy to be around me. Just as you did with Barnabas. In your name, Jesus, I pray Amen. Below are our worship songs for kids age 9 to 13 years old Praise: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5pyROSf8yI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa-hi6TONes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSvbGNOh43w Activity: think about someone that you think need to be encouraged, and ask God to give words of encouragement foe that person. You can also think about someone who needs help. If there is something that you can do to help that person, go for it!!! We would love to know how you did that. So please share your stories with us at the following address: erouane.langard@life-church.co.za or via Facebook, Instagram using our social media name: Kidz Life Let’s do it!!! Thank you for watching today’ service! Should you wish your child to join one of our kids life virtual cells on Whatsapp, please feel free to send us an email with your whatsapp at the above email address. Cheers!!

Haggai helps rebuilding the temple of God

Kidz Life Ages 2 to 8 • August 9, 2020

Haggai helps rebuilding the temple of God A long time ago, after 70 years of captivity in Babylon, God allowed his children to return home. God wanted them to rebuild His temple and some of them started the work, but their neighbours discouraged them and they stopped rebuilding. A man named Haggai was chosen by God to speak on his behalf about the house of God, the temple. Actually, the temple of God was destroyed and the people did not have a place where they could come together and worship God. However, since they returned to their land, each of them was busy rebuilding his own house and no one cared about the house of God. What a great mistake it was! God spoke to them through the prophet Haggai and said, "You live in beautiful houses while my house is in ruins". So for 4 months Haggai prophesied to the people and the king Zerubbabel. He made them to see that it was wrong to neglect to rebuild the temple of God. At last, the people recognized their mistakes and listened to Haggai! They wanted to put God first and rebuild His house! Therefore, they continued the work on rebuilding the temple of God. As they were working, Zerubbabel and the people were a bit worried and disappointed because they wanted to do something very nice for their God and they did not have so much money to make the temple as beautiful and amazing as it was before. They wanted to do so much but they had so little! God saw their love and their willingness to do better and told them not to be discouraged. Even if the temple that they would rebuild for Him were not going to be as big and as beautiful as the previous one, it would certainly be stronger and unshakable because God's glorious presence will be in that second temple better than ever before. God was very pleased that they were building His temple and that they were doing it together, He promised " keep working, I am with you". These words from God gave them courage and strength and they continued to work hard and rebuild the temple of the Lord. Finally, God gave Haggai another message. He was so pleased with king Zerubbabel and called him His servant. He said He would make Zerubbabel very strong to show the other nations that the God of the Hebrew is all powerful and in control of the whole world. Lesson: when we put God first and trust Him, anything that was destroyed and in ruin on our lives can be rebuild and restored. Let us prayer together: Thank you God because you never give up on me. You are always faithful even when I am not and what I have lost, what I have spoiled and destroyed in my own mistake, you are willing to help rebuild and restore. In Jesus's Name I pray. Amen.

Haggai helps rebuilding the temple of God

Kidz Life 9 to 13 • August 9, 2020 • Erouane Langard

Haggai helps rebuilding the temple of God A long time ago, after 70 years of captivity in Babylon, God allowed his children to return home. God wanted them to rebuild His temple and some of them started the work, but their neighbours discouraged them and they stopped rebuilding. A man named Haggai was chosen by God to speak on his behalf about the house of God, the temple. Actually, the temple of God was destroyed and the people did not have a place where they could come together and worship God. However, since they returned to their land, each of them was busy rebuilding his own house and no one cared about the house of God. What a great mistake it was! God spoke to them through the prophet Haggai and said, "You live in beautiful houses while my house is in ruins". So for 4 months Haggai prophesied to the people and the king Zerubbabel. He made them to see that it was wrong to neglect to rebuild the temple of God. At last, the people recognized their mistakes and listened to Haggai! They wanted to put God first and rebuild His house! Therefore, they continued the work on rebuilding the temple of God. As they were working, Zerubbabel and the people were a bit worried and disappointed because they wanted to do something very nice for their God and they did not have so much money to make the temple as beautiful and amazing as it was before. They wanted to do so much but they had so little! God saw their love and their willingness to do better and told them not to be discouraged. Even if the temple that they would rebuild for Him were not going to be as big and as beautiful as the previous one, it would certainly be stronger and unshakable because God's glorious presence will be in that second temple better than ever before. God was very pleased that they were building His temple and that they were doing it together, He promised " keep working, I am with you". These words from God gave them courage and strength and they continued to work hard and rebuild the temple of the Lord. Finally, God gave Haggai another message. He was so pleased with king Zerubbabel and called him His servant. He said He would make Zerubbabel very strong to show the other nations that the God of the Hebrew is all powerful and in control of the whole world. Lesson: when we put God first and trust Him, anything that was destroyed and in ruin on our lives can be rebuild and restored. Let us prayer together: Thank you God because you never give up on me. You are always faithful even when I am not and what I have lost, what I have spoiled and destroyed in my own mistake, you are willing to help rebuild and restore. In Jesus's Name I pray. Amen. Haggai helps rebuilding the temple of God A long time ago, after 70 years of captivity in Babylon, God allowed his children to return home. God wanted them to rebuild His temple and some of them started the work, but their neighbours discouraged them and they stopped rebuilding. A man named Haggai was chosen by God to speak on his behalf about the house of God, the temple. Actually, the temple of God was destroyed and the people did not have a place where they could come together and worship God. However, since they returned to their land, each of them was busy rebuilding his own house and no one cared about the house of God. What a great mistake it was! God spoke to them through the prophet Haggai and said, "You live in beautiful houses while my house is in ruins". So for 4 months Haggai prophesied to the people and the king Zerubbabel. He made them to see that it was wrong to neglect to rebuild the temple of God. At last, the people recognized their mistakes and listened to Haggai! They wanted to put God first and rebuild His house! Therefore, they continued the work on rebuilding the temple of God. As they were working, Zerubbabel and the people were a bit worried and disappointed because they wanted to do something very nice for their God and they did not have so much money to make the temple as beautiful and amazing as it was before. They wanted to do so much but they had so little! God saw their love and their willingness to do better and told them not to be discouraged. Even if the temple that they would rebuild for Him were not going to be as big and as beautiful as the previous one, it would certainly be stronger and unshakable because God's glorious presence will be in that second temple better than ever before. God was very pleased that they were building His temple and that they were doing it together, He promised " keep working, I am with you". These words from God gave them courage and strength and they continued to work hard and rebuild the temple of the Lord. Finally, God gave Haggai another message. He was so pleased with king Zerubbabel and called him His servant. He said He would make Zerubbabel very strong to show the other nations that the God of the Hebrew is all powerful and in control of the whole world. Lesson: when we put God first and trust Him, anything that was destroyed and in ruin on our lives can be rebuild and restored. Let us prayer together: Thank you God because you never give up on me. You are always faithful even when I am not and what I have lost, what I have spoiled and destroyed in my own mistake, you are willing to help rebuild and restore. In Jesus's Name I pray. Amen.

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Renew • July 5, 2020 • Ps Anthony Liebenberg