Parents, today your child learned people can believe that Jesus is the Savior. When Thomas heard that Jesus was alive, Thomas said he needed to touch Jesus’ hands and side. When He appeared to Thomas, Jesus said those who believe but have not seen will be blessed.
Take it Further: Check out the “Thomas Believed” section of the Bible Studies for Life: Kids Family App. Allow your child to dive further into the lessons each week with this FREE app that combines games and activities.
“One of the hardest things about doubt is admitting it’s there. Our beliefs feel like dominos. If one wobbles, won’t the whole lot come crashing down? Doubts often start small. Is there any point in praying? Yet one question quickly leads to another. Does God hear? Does God care? And finally, Is God even there?” Emma and Glen Scrivener write “5 Things to Remember About Doubts” here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/doubt-doubts/
The Weekly Verse we learned on Sunday is one many of us know by heart already. Do not overlook how special it is. God’s salvation is a gift that every person needs and can receive.
Based on the increased church attendance on Easter, it is not surprising that two-thirds of Americans believe Jesus rose from the dead. That might sound encouraging, but unfortunately, not all of them believe everything the Bible says about Christ’s resurrection. For many, it is a nice thought they acknowledge once a year without considering the lifechanging importance the resurrection has for their daily lives.
As you’ve spent time memorizing the Unit Verse with your child have you struggled with where you will spend eternity? Salvation is yours, if you accept the invitation. Jesus died and rose again for you.
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