Excuses: an explanation for something that went wrong
Pray: to talk directly to God the Father; to thank Him; to ask Him for something
Hello kids! Today we are going to learn about living the spiritual life God has given you!
“I would have done that if I…”, you probably have used these words yourself. This is called an excuse.
In the plan of God we have no excuses!
God your Father, a very, very, long time ago drew a picture of what your personal life would be and it had every blessing for you drawn in it.
It was a perfect picture because God is perfect. All that is left if you choosing to live in it. God sent His Son to die for all our sins.
You have the privilege and opportunity to say “yes” to accept His Son as your Savior. Do you know what the best part is?
Even at your young age, the Holy Spirit will come to live inside of you. He is the one Who will help you to learn the word of God.
As you grow, study, and use His word, you will understand more and more. One thing you can do right now is pray to the Father directly.
You don’t need someone else to take your place and pray for you. You are also given grace gifts, by God.
They will be all that you will need to live “your” life. You may have just the bare necessities or God may have given you more than that.
Spiritually you are given way more than you will need. No excuses! I want, I want, I want. Me, me ,me! My way, my way, my way!
IS this how God wants you to think? No, no, no. This is selfishness. God wants you to think of others. You can only do this out of love.
God is love. That other person in your class or on the playground, is someone God loves.
Using God’s love example to you, (He loved all) should be your attitude towards others. Think good of others. Don’t hate or judge others.
God loves them too. If God doesn’t see your sins, He doesn’t see theirs either why should you?
Proverbs 27:19 As water reflects a face, so a man’s heart reflects the man.