LPKids Experience July 4

by Jul 4, 2021Kids

This month our Elementary friends continue our journey to finding our confidence in Jesus.  We will start with an incredible example found in Daniel 3. Shadrack, Meshack, and Abednego had their faith put to the test when they chose to obey God rather than bow down to the golden statue. They remained confident in God’s power. God was with them and rescued them from the fiery furnace. Bottom Line: Trust that God is always with you. Not only has God been faithful to Shadrack, Meshack, and Abednego, God has proven His faithfulness to all sorts of people throughout history. We can live with confidence, knowing that God will be with us in every situation we face.

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