Kids Experience June 21

by Jun 21, 2020Kids

We have help
from the
Holy Spirit.

All the way through God’s Story, we can find believers who had great faith just like Saul, Ananias, and Barnabas did. These people chose to believe in what they couldn’t see because of what they could see.  When we look at people in the Bible who followed Jesus, we can see great examples of what happens when we put our faith in Him. The more we get to know Jesus, the more we find the courage to do things that might seem scary. Remember, when we believe in Jesus, we have the help of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit can help us face our fears and do what we know God wants us to do. 

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