God loves me no matter what.
Abraham and Sarah Are Happy
Abraham and Sarah are so happy that God has given them a son after waiting for many, many years.
Memory Verse “Trust in the Lord with all your heart.” Proverbs 3:5, NIV
Engage in Everyday Moments Together
When you go into your child’s room, say: “Good morning, [child’s name]! Let’s tell God good morning, too, because we can always talk to God.”
Cuddle with your child and pray: “God, thank You for giving us emotions, like happiness and sadness. Thank You that we can always talk to You about how we feel and that You will love us no matter what.”
While on the go, make sad and happy faces together, while repeating: “God loves me when I’m sad. God loves me when I’m happy. God loves me no matter what!”
Add bath foam to bath time. Practice drawing happy and sad faces with the foam on the inside of the tub. Talk about how God loves us when we are happy and when we are sad. God loves us no matter what!
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Moses Is Frustrated
Moses talks to God about how frustrated he is with the Israelites, and God helps him.
Gideon Is Afraid
Judges 6:2-4, 11-12
Gideon is so afraid that he hides in a hole to do his work, and God sends an angel to talk to him.
Hannah Is Sad
1 Samuel 1:2-20
Hannah is very sad about not having a baby so she talks to God about it.
You Are Important to God
People are so important to God that He even knows the number of hairs on their heads.
In God’s Image
Acts 17:24; Psalm 46:1; Proverbs 2:6
God made all people in His image to think, create and help.