Kids Experience – May 30

by May 30, 2021Kids

We can LIVE for God in everything we do.

We will hear today about a woman who did not have a lot, but still gave what she had to the church.  Jesus could see that the widow had given her two coins as a way to LIVE for God. She wasn’t worried about herself. She wasn’t worried about the way other people saw her. She trusted God and believed that He would take care of her. Jesus was so impressed by the widow’s gift that He made a point to tell His disciples what she had done. He wanted them to see what it looks like for us to live for God with everything we’ve got. We can LIVE for God in everything we do.

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