The Promised One of God

Last week we looked who the Promised One of God is. We looked at Old Testament prophecies and the clues God gave on who the Messiah would be. We tried to tick the boxes and we worked out that, sorry to say moms and dads, you are not the Promised One of God, but neither are we, the teachers. So who is? Well we tried Jesus and guess what? He ticked all of the boxes. He is the Promised One of God.

So this week we started to learn more about Jesus.

Children’s church reflection for 30 April 2017

Last week we looked who the Promised One of God is. We looked at Old Testament prophecies and the clues God gave on who the Messiah would be. We tried to tick the boxes and we worked out that, sorry to say moms and dads, you are not the Promised One of God, but neither are we, the teachers. So who is? Well we tried Jesus and guess what? He ticked all of the boxes. He is the promised one of God.

So this week we started to learn more about Jesus. We looked at four eye-witnesses from His birth to when He was twelve: the shepherds, Simeon, Anna and the teachers in Jerusalem. Their confession about Jesus helps confirm that He is the Saviour, the Promised One of God.

Our Part

We spent time looking at how Jesus, even from birth, was acknowledged by many to be the Saviour of the world. We pointed out how amazing the Father is in His revealing the Messiah. The first people to meet the King of kings were lowly shepherds – not kings, not the rich, not the important leaders, but shepherds. This confirms that Jesus is the Saviour for all people.

Your Part

Spend time talking about Jesus and who He is to you and to scripture. Look at His birth and the people who met Him in His young age and what they said about Him. Your job is to introduce your child to Jesus and hope and pray that they would fall in love with this wonderful King.

We will continue with some more investigating next week.

Children’s Church team

Their confession about Jesus helps confirm that He is the Saviour, the Promised One of God.

Our Part
We spent time looking at how Jesus, even from birth, was acknowledged by many to be the Saviour of the world. We pointed out how amazing the Father is in His revealing the Messiah. The first people to meet the King of kings were lowly shepherds – not kings, not the rich, not the important leaders, but shepherds. This confirms that Jesus is the Saviour for all people.

Your Part
Spend time talking about Jesus and who He is to you and to scripture. Look at His birth and the people who met Him in His young age and what they said about Him. Your job is to introduce your child to Jesus and hope and pray that they would fall in love with this wonderful King.

We will continue with some more investigating next week.

– Children’s Church team

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