LifePoint Kids – October 31

by Oct 31, 2021Kids

We can use our gifts together to make a greater difference.

In our final week, we head to something Paul wrote to the church in 1 Corinthians 12:12-27. God’s Spirit gives each of us different gifts and abilities. Rather than feeling jealous of others or wanting a gift or skill that someone else has, we should make the most of our own, combine them with what others have, and make a greater difference! This is how the church is meant to work.

Bottom Line: We can use our gifts together to make a greater difference. No matter how big or small they appear, all gifts and abilities can make a great difference in the world. But there’s a way they can be even greater. When you believe that Jesus is who He says He is, then you’re a part of something bigger than just yourself. When we use our gifts and abilities together, we can make a greater difference than we can on our own.

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