LifePoint Kids – December 11

by Dec 11, 2022Kids

Anything is possible with God.

In week two, we head to Luke 1:5-66 where we find Zechariah, Elizabeth, and Mary. Zechariah and Elizabeth were older, and it seemed impossible that they’d ever have a child of their own. But one day an angel came to Zechariah and told him that he would have a son, and that son would prepare the way for the Promised One, Jesus. The angel also came to visit a young woman named Mary. No one would have guessed that God would use Mary to bring that promise of the Messiah to fulfillment—including Mary herself. Mary was awestruck when the angel came to announce that she was about to have a child who would be the Savior of the world.

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