Kids Experience – March 21

by Mar 21, 2021Kids

If you don’t wait, it could cost you.

K-5 friends – Today we will hear about  Esau’s Impatience (Genesis 25:24-34). It’s hard to believe that Esau traded away his rights as the oldest son . . . all for a meal that would last him only a few hours! But that’s what can happen when we’re impatient—when we act without thinking. We might say or do something we wish we hadn’t. We might end up losing something important. You see . . .If you don’t wait, it could cost you. Esau’s impatience really cost HIM in a big way—all because he wasn’t willing to wait.

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