LPKids Experience – June 13

by Jun 13, 2021Kids

This week our K-5 friends head to Joshua 5:13-6:20. God recently chose Joshua as the next leader of the Israelites. Joshua’s first task was a doozy. He was leading God’s people into the promise land, including taking the giant city of Jericho. God’s plan might have seemed a bit crazy, but Joshua had confidence that God’s plan would work. He led the people, and God came through for them. Bottom Line: God’s plan is the best plan. The writers of the Bible remind us over and over that the plans we make are nothing compared to the plans God has for our life.  God loves us and wants what’s best for us. When we follow God’s plan, we can have confidence that it’s the best plan.

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