Kids Experience May 31

by May 31, 2020Kids

He didn’t

stop asking.

The man from Ethiopia didn’t understand what he was reading when he was riding in his chariot. But he didn’t stop reading. He didn’t stop asking questions, either. He asked Philip to help him understand.  It turns out the man was reading words from Isaiah that told about the Savior who was to come. Back in December, we talked about Isaiah and his prophecy that God would send a Savior.  Jesus was the Savior God had promised! Many years later, Philip would use Isaiah’s words to help the Ethiopian official understand—and sure enough, the official wanted to follow Jesus, too! We all have questions from time to time. With DETERMINATION, we can keep going—even when we don’t fully understand.

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