Day 1 of 4
GOD IS KIND
TALKING TO GOD
Ask God to help you notice the ways He is kind to you and to others.
Fill a bowl with a bag of your family's favorite small treats. As a family, take turns sharing ways God has been kind to you today. Enjoy a piece of candy for each example given.
God's kindness can be personal, meant especially for one person. David experienced God's kindness, and he praised God for it, saying, "He reached down from on high and took hold of me" (Psalm 18:16).
God's kindness may also affect many people in a particular way. God shows His kindness through the ongoing provision described in Acts 14:17: "He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons."
God's kindness is part of His nature. It's easy to overlook the everyday expressions of His kindness, but as you intentionally look for them, you become more aware of God's love.
TALKING TO EACH OTHER
- Talk about a time when God has been kind to you
- Why is it important to notice God's kindness?
Kindness is a part of God’s nature, and as people made in His image, it’s part of ours, too. But sometimes we just don’t feel like being kind. In this four-day study, you and your children will be reminded of God’s kindness toward us and explore practical ways to reflect His kindness in our everyday relationships. Each day includes a prayer prompt, brief Scripture reading and explanation, hands-on activity, and discussion questions.
From Focus on the Family's www.focusonthefamily.com/youversion. ©  [Bridgette Booth]. Used by permission. For more information, please visit: www.focusonthefamily.com/youversion.
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