Why Does God Sometimes Delay (John 11:1-6)?
“When Jesus heard that Lazarus was dying, he waited to go because he wanted to do something more glorious,” says Josie, 11. God may delay, but he’s never late. The death of Lazarus serves as a prime example of God’s delay increasing his glory. Would God have been glorified if Jesus had healed Lazarus before […]
July 10 2020
What Can We Learn From Jesus Feeding 5,000 People (John 6:1-15)?
“A boy gave Jesus five bread and two fish. I’ll give him 50 muffins a day,” says Caden, 5. Somebody likes muffins. “The people were surprised when they saw two fish and five loaves feed all of them,” says Alejandro, 7. Surprised is a gross understatement. They were impressed. They wanted to seize Jesus and […]
February 10 2016
How Can You Avoid Being Double-Minded?
“When bad things happen, don’t ask God ‘Why?’ Just believe God has everything under control, and don’t panic on him,” says Becca, 10. It’s easy to trust God when things are going smoothly. When the crisis hits without warning, faith is tested. James, the New Testament writer, is so confident in God’s goodness that he […]
October 3 2006
How Has God Tested You?
How has God tested you? Read how some children responded and what the Bible teaches us about how God builds our character and helps us trust him in trials and difficult circumstances. (James 1:2-3, Hebrews 11:17-19, Genesis 12:2, I Corinthians 13:12, Revelation 12:10)
October 2 2006