Kids Experience July 19

by Jul 19, 2020Kids

Have faith and trust in God.

In Rome, Paul was allowed to live in a home while watched by guards. For two years, he welcomed anyone who came to see him. He shared the good news of Jesus with Jewish and non-Jewish people—just like God had promised he would.  Paul faced a LOT of trouble along the way. Some of the problems he faced were downright scary. I’m sure he never planned on being shipwrecked or bitten by a snake. But knowing Jesus changes the way you see your problems. Even though things didn’t always go Paul’s way, he chose to have faith and trust God. 

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