Join us in Children’s Church as we continue our “Slimy Behavior Needs a Savior” series and learn about “Other People’s Slime”
In the last few weeks we’ve talked about how all of us have sinned and all of us have done slimy things. We’ve all hurt God and hurt other people because we are sinners. If all of us are sinners, then everyone is capable of hurting us as well. Some days we get cheated. Sometimes we are slimed by broken promises. And sometimes people are mean to us.
This Sunday, we’re going to read about a time when Jacob was surprised in a way he never saw coming. Jacob meets and falls in love with a beautiful girl named Rachel, a girl he wants to marry. But when the time comes to take his bride, someone close to Jacob turns around and slimed him!
What We Learned
“Slimy Behavior Needs a Savior”
Last Sunday in Children’s Church we continued our “Slimy Behavior Needs a Savior” series and learned about “Other People’s Slime!”
It hurts when someone lets you down. If that person comes back and apologizes, we can let go of that hurt and forgive as God has forgiven us. It isn’t always easy. It may take some time. But we can find the grace and the love to forgive those who have hurt us.
We are all sinners. We’re all going to let the people we love down, and we can all expect other people to let us down as well. When they do, we can find the grace to forgive them through Jesus. We can forgive, just as we want to be forgiven when we hurt others through our sin.
God will never slime us. He will never break a promise. God may not always give us what we ask for, but that’s because God wants to give us His very best.
KIDS FIRST Sunday School 9:45am-10:45am (ish)
KIDS FIRST Children’s Church 8:30am-9:30am & 11:00am-12:00pm (ish)