LifePoint Kids – December 26

by Dec 26, 2021Kids

We finish up our Christmas season celebration in Matthew 2:1-12. We see how the announcement
of Jesus’ birth was far-reaching. Wise men from the East saw a star that set them on an adventure to find a promised king of Israel. We’re not sure how long it took, but when the wise men finally found Jesus, they
worshipped Him as king!

Bottom Line: Never stop celebrating Jesus. After the Christmas decorations come down, it can be easy for kids to assume that the spirit of Christmas gets packed away too. We want kids to realize that they don’t need a fancy holiday to celebrate Jesus. They can celebrate when they sing to Jesus, read the Bible, and show Jesus’ love to others.

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