Kids Experience March 7

by Mar 7, 2021Kids

When you have to wait, remember God is with you.

This month we are takking about Patience – waiting until later for what you want now.  Today we hear about a man who was promised he would see the Messiah and he waited A LONG time for this promise to come true.  Simeon was so happy and thankful that he had gotten to meet Jesus. He blessed Mary and Joseph. After waiting and waiting and waiting, he was overjoyed to see God’s promise come true! We don’t actually know HOW long Simeon had to wait to meet the Savior. But even though he had to wait, he knew that God was with him. He knew that he could trust God no matter what. He knew something that you and I need to remember, too. When you have to wait, remember God is with you. 

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