Kids Experience February 28

by Feb 28, 2021Kids

Be kind to the people who are different from you.

Today we hear a story that Jesus told to an expert in the law.  When Jesus finished, He asked, “Which of the three do you think was a neighbor to the man who was attacked by robbers?’ The [man] replied, ‘The one who felt sorry for him.’ Jesus told him, ‘Go and do as he did.’  Jesus was trying to get the law expert to understand that EVERYONE is a neighbor, no matter how different they might be. Your neighbor is anyone who needs you to show them God’s love.  We can learn an important lesson from what Jesus taught that day. Remember: Be kind to people who are different from you.

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