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" . . . be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain" 1 CO 15:58. 

A Mother's Request

Matthew 20 Message

When my firstborn son was about to start kindergarten, there were two class options. One of those classes I believed was best for him; so I prayed that God would place him in that class. When I met with the principal, I made my request known to her, but after she interviewed my young child, she concluded that the other class would be a more suitable fit. This left me disheartened and concerned he wouldn't do well in the other class.

This predicament reminded me of a Bible story from Matthew 20. The mother of James and John, the sons of Zebedee, approached Jesus with a request. She asked, "In your Kingdom, please let my two sons sit in places of honor next to you, one on your right and the other on your left."

Jesus responded, "You don't know what you're asking!" He then . . . continue reading or listen online.



God Knows You & Loves You

Children's Object Lesson

(You'll need a magnifying glass, and a sheet of paper with a small circle drawn at the center of it, approximately 1/4" in diameter. Inside the circle type or write "God Knows You" using the smallest text possible. Tape the paper to a wall opposite of where you'll present the lesson. If possible, give each child a small plastic magnifying glass to keep as a lesson reminder.)

The Psalms are a collection of prayer and praise songs written mostly by David*, the King of ancient Israel, and were used during worship services to sing praises to God. Even today, many of our modern praise songs use portions of the Psalms in their lyrics.

In today's lesson we will learn that God knows us and loves us. (As you say the Bible point, have children use these motions: Knows: Point to your temple. Loves: Hug yourself.)

What does it mean to examine? (Listen for answers) Examine means to inspect, or to look closely at something. (Direct the children to look across the room at the paper. Ask them, "What is on that paper? It appears to be a black dot. But if you look closely at it you'll find a message written on it for you." Allow the children to use the magnifying glass to look at the dot.

By examining that dot, by looking closely at it, we read a very important message. Keep reading.

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Beatitudes Song

for Children's Ministry

Bev Tunnel, a contributor to the site, writes, "After a semester of studying the Be-Attitudes for Kids, the older children in our program recited them during our closing program, and the younger ones sang a song that I wrote to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb. Some of it is tricky to fit in, but it worked." 

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Prayer Journal
For Christian Women

My Prayer Journal - Each of the 24 prayer sections contain an inspirational Bible verse from Psalm 119 to meditate upon before praying, a "Prayer Priorities" section to record urgent prayers, a larger section to write prayers for family, friends, and leadership, etc., and a "Gratitude & Praise" section to journal prayers of thanksgiving. When prayers are answered, mark through them with a highlighter pen; it's an encouragement to see God's answers and a motivation to keep praying! 

A meaningful gift idea for the important women in your life! Great for Mother's Day, Bible study teachers, wives, daughters, and girlfriends. Conveniently sized at 6" x 9", with a minimalist design interior.
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Sermon Notes Journal
Faith Comes By Hearing . . . 
Prayer Journals | Sermon Notes | 52 Week Planner & More

Use our journals and planners to encourage your faith-walk and to plan your day. They're a great idea for Christian gift-giving too! Learn more.

  sermon notes journal

"Sermon Notes - Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God." A 25 week guide for taking Sermon Notes. Each week there's a place to record the date, title, and speaker, with three pages for note-taking, and an additional page to record a life application and personalized prayer. Taking Sermon Notes Promotes: active listening, keeps the mind focused on the message, can be used as a home-study reference, and may even promote message retention. This sermon notebook is a great Christian gift for Mother's Day, Student gifts, and for Holidays and Holy Days. Learn more!


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