Kids Experience January 24

by Jan 24, 2021Kids

Make the most of what you’ve been given.

When Jesus told the story we will hear this week,  everyone listening would have known exactly what He meant. The message was clear: those who are responsible with what they’ve been given will be trusted and given more. But those who waste it will end up with nothing. There’s a great Rule for Life that we can remember from this story. Here it is: Make the most of what you’ve been given. We may not have bags of gold, but we DO have other things that God has given us. We have relationships with other people . . . and with God’s help, we can make the most of those relationships by choosing to show love. We have different skills and personalities that we can use to help others, too. Anytime someone gives us the chance to do something, we can come through for them and always do our very best.

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