LPKids Experience June 27

by Jun 27, 2021Kids

K-5 finishes up the month of June in 1 Kings 18. Elijah showed confidence that God could do the impossible. When Elijah challenged the prophets of Baal, He believed that God would come through for him and send fire from heaven. So much so that he doubled-down on the challenge. God showed up and proved His power over the impossible. Bottom Line: God can do the impossible. This simple bottom line is packed with some amazing truth. God has the power to do anything! When we believe that, it can change everything. You can live with confidence knowing this truth about God.

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