Kids Experience January 3

by Jan 3, 2021Kids

Love God by loving others.

Happy New Year!  This month we will hear some important “Rules of the Game” straight from God’s Word.  This week we will hear that as followers of Jesus, we have a responsibility to love God by loving others. That’s what Jesus said is the MOST important thing!  That means it’s about more than just following the rules. We don’t have to wait for someone to tell us to do something. We can decide FOR OURSELVES. We can choose to show love by being helpful and kind and treating others the way we want to be treated. Jesus made it so clear for us. Here’s the number one rule we should live by, every day . . . Love God.  Love others.
 

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