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Does God Love Me When I Do Bad Things?

May 24, 2020 | Preschool

May 24, 2020

Today Kids will Learn that: •God loves his children beyond our imagination, and nothing can stop his love. •Jesus knew we would sin, and he still died for us because of his great love for us! •God doesn’t like it when we sin, and so through the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, God helps us to sin less and become more like Jesus. •God doesn’t give his children the ultimate punishment when they do bad things because Jesus died for our sins – he took the punishment. Before You Begin: Read the Bible story (Luke 22:54-62; 24:36-53) and the Memory Verse (Romans 5:8). Other verses for your study: Exodus 34:6-7, Daniel 9:9, Luke 15:2, Luke 22:34, Romans 8:38-39, Hebrews 12:6-7. Before the Video: SAY: Who remembers what we talked about last week? (Remind kids to look at last week’s banner.) Yes, we talked about how God is with us when we’re afraid and wants us to trust him in scary situations. Do you remember other things we’ve learned about God? Yes, he’s powerful and trustworthy and eternal and the Creator of all! SAY: Do you think someone so amazing would still love us when we do bad things? Do you think he still wants to be
our Father when we disobey him and don’t love him or his children? Lots of people have this question! Clive and Ian are going to hear this question in our video today. Let’s see what they find out. Now watch the video, then click on the Preschool Lesson!

The Purpose of Proximity

PROXIMITY, Week 8 • May 24, 2020 • Nirup Alphonse

Who am I? Why am I here? What does this all mean? Where am I going? These are the four central questions of life that have been asked for centuries. They hold within them the quest for meaning, morality, purpose, pleasure, desire, understanding and destiny. To these questions Jesus enters the human story not simply to answer but to become the answer. The Purpose Of Proximity Is To Bring You Into The Presence Of God Huge thanks to our friends, Passion City Church, for allowing us to use their footage of Ravi Zacharias preaching at their conference. Check out Passion's channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzT4tQfAZEsm_yMql_10dpg

The Goodness of Proximity

PROXIMITY, Week 7 • May 17, 2020 • Nirup Alphonse

One of the most profound statements Jesus makes is when he says, "I am the good shepherd." This is not simply a remark that Jesus makes off the cuff. Rather, it is a powerful invitation into the protection and provision of God's promise.

Does God Love Me When I Do Bad Things?

May 24, 2020 | Toddler • May 24, 2020

Today Kids will Learn that: •God loves his children beyond our imagination, and nothing can stop his love. •Jesus knew we would sin, and he still died for us because of his great love for us! •God doesn’t like it when we sin, and so through the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, God helps us to sin less and become more like Jesus. •God doesn’t give his children the ultimate punishment when they do bad things because Jesus died for our sins – he took the punishment. Before You Begin: Read the Bible story (Luke 22:54-62; 24:36-53) and the Memory Verse (Romans 5:8). Other verses for your study: Exodus 34:6-7, Daniel 9:9, Luke 15:2, Luke 22:34, Romans 8:38-39, Hebrews 12:6-7. Before the Video: SAY: Who remembers what we talked about last week? (Remind kids to look at last week’s banner.) Yes, we talked about how God is with us when we’re afraid and wants us to trust him in scary situations. Do you remember other things we’ve learned about God? Yes, he’s powerful and trustworthy and eternal and the Creator of all! SAY: Do you think someone so amazing would still love us when we do bad things? Do you think he still wants to be
our Father when we disobey him and don’t love him or his children? Lots of people have this question! Clive and Ian are going to hear this question in our video today. Let’s see what they find out. Now watch the video, then click on the Toddler Lesson!