What would you do if you were assigned a huge building
project to manage? Or told to step into the leadership
role for an entire nation where every person would
depend on you to make the right decisions? How about
helping someone else accomplish a big job where you’re
not going to get much recognition? Or, do the one thing
you would be most afraid of doing, while everyone you
All of these are pretty big things and would intimidate most
of us. However, God can help us do really big things. When
our preschoolers are faced with big things, we want them to
remember to hop to it, because God will help them.
Our world is filled with things that are big and sometimes
scary. When our preschoolers face these big things, we
don’t want them to run. We want them to hop to it because
they know God is bigger and will help them do big things.
The Bible story this week was:
1 KINGS 5-6 –
Solomon leads the people to build a temple for God.
SAY THIS TO REMIND YOUR CHILD OF SUNDAY’S STORY:
Who helps you do big things?
God helps me do big things.
DO THIS TO REMIND YOUR CHILD OF SUNDAY’S STORY:
When you go into your child’s room this month, say, “Good morning, [child’s name]! It’s time to wake up and do big things! Who helps you do big things?” Say with child: “God helps me do big things!”
“We have the Lord our God to help us.”
2 Chronicles 32:8, NLT
BASIC TRUTH: GOD MADE ME.