Category Archives: Kids Devotionals

Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 45 – Abner

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Abner? Context (2 Samuel 2, 3):  Abner was the commander of the armies of king Saul and later Saul’s son Ishobosheth.  Ishobosheth was a weak king and Abner left him … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 44 – Abigail

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Abigail? Context (1 Samuel 25):  Abigail was the wife of foolish Nabal.  When David and his men were fleeing from Saul and Saul’s army, David and his men … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 43 – Jonathan

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Jonathan? Context (1 Samuel 13-31):  Jonathan was the son of king Saul and close friend of David.  Even when his father turned against David, Jonathan remained David’s friend … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 42 – David

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of David? Context (1 Samuel 16 – Kings 2 ):  David was the second king of Israel.  David was called a man after God’s own heart.  David was considered … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 41 – Saul

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Saul? Context (1 Samuel 9-31 ):  Saul was the first king ofIsrael.  He was selected when the people rejected God as their king and asked for a human … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 40 – Samuel

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Samuel? Context (1 Samuel 1-28 ):  Samuel had been dedicated to the Lord by his mother Hannah from the time he was an infant.  He grew up … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 39 – Eli

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Eli? Context (1 Samuel 1-4):  Eli was a priest and was a judge over Israel for 40 years.  Although Eli looked good on the outside, he had some … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 38 – Hannah

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Hannah? Context (1 Samuel 1, 2):  Hannah was a woman who loved God but was sad because she could not have any children.  She prayed with all … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 37 – Boaz

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Boaz? Context (Ruth):  When Ruth was faced with the premature death of her husband, she chose to follow her mother-in-law, Naomi, back to her homeland in order … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 36 – Ruth

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Ruth? Context (Ruth):  Ruth is one of my heroes in the Bible.  Even as a man, I can find so much to pattern my life after in … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 35 – Delilah

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Delilah? Context (Judges 16):  Delilah is one of the most tragic and devious people in the Bible.  Samson was infatuated with her and she used his trust … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 34 – Samson

  What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Samson? Context (Judges 13-16; Hebrews 11:32):  Most of us remember the failures of Samson as he used his incredible strength to get himself out of jams and … Continue reading

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Teaching Kids Key Life Learnings from 100 Biblical Characters: No. 32 – Job

What practical key life learnings can we glean from the life of Job? Context (Job):  Job was a man who faithfully served God and had been greatly blessed by God with a wealth, family, friends and good health.  One day … Continue reading

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God Loves Your Kids – He Cares For Them Like A Shepherd

Every child needs to know that God loves them and that He cares for them like a shepherd. Isaiah wrote… “He will feed his flock like a shepherd. He will carry the lambs in his arms, holding them close to … Continue reading

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Kids Craft: Jesus Snow Globe Ornament

A fun craft to make for your kids could be this Jesus snow globe ornament. As you can see from the photo it is a great ornament to remind your kids of the manger scene. This idea was found on Pinterest. … Continue reading

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Children’s Devotion on Accepting Difficulties Without Complaining

How can we accept the difficulties of life without complaining and actually rejoice?  Let’s see who Job responded to difficulties.  Background: The book of Job tells the story of a faithful man who feared God. One day Satan (the acccuser) … Continue reading

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The Harvest Is Great But The Workers Are Few, Luke 10:2

Jesus promised us there is a great harvest of souls, but the problem is there aren’t enough workers to bring it in.  (Luke 10:2) Every year a local church in our town has put on a wonderful reenactment of the … Continue reading

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God Loves Your Kids – He Wants To Reveal Marvelous Secrets To Them

Every child needs to know that God loves them and that He delights to show them marvelous secrets. The Prophet wrote these words from God toward His children… “Ask me and I will tell you remarkable secrets you do not … Continue reading

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The Believers Preach With Boldness And Share Everything – All The Miracles In The Bible For Kids

Today let’s focus on teaching kids a Bible miracle from the book of Acts.  The Holy Spirit empowers believers to speak boldly and give their belongings to those in need. (Acts 4:31-32). Peter and John were speaking out powerfully about Jesus … Continue reading

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Kid’s Devotionals On Parables – Sick People Need A Physician

Jesus told a parable (story) about healing the spiritually sick by using the example of a physician healing those who are sick. What did he mean by this? (Matthew 9:10-13) After Jesus called Matthew the tax collector to follow Him, … Continue reading

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