Kids Experience August 2

by Aug 2, 2020Kids

There is no limit to God’s creativity

When God created the world, everything was perfect . . . but we know that life isn’t perfect. Unfortunately, people mess up. It started with Adam and Eve when they disobeyed God . . . and it has continued all the way until now. Each of us has done wrong things. But there’s GOOD news! God sent His Son, Jesus. Jesus died on the cross to pay the price for everything we’ve done wrong. So, if we believe then we know God will forgive us. We know we have the promise of eternal life with Him. God is indescribable, but we can get to know Him because we can see what He has made. There’s no limit to God’s creativity.

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