Where is my God? I need His help, the help that only He can give so freely to me. Why am I so scared? I want to do good, to do better. Then why do I keep on doing the same dumb things again and again? Why can’t I make the best choice? Why can’t I make a change in my life? Who is stopping me? Is it possibly because I am afraid of change? Or is it my lack of faith? Or is my lack of interventions? Think back to when we were learning how to walk as a toddler. We were not afraid of falling down then. Today, we must become like a little child and have the faith to take that first step. We walk by faith.
Oh, my God. Thou are the greatest of all here in the earth above and in the earth below. You made this earth by the word of your mouth. The elements obeyed your voice and this earth was created. It is here for our benefit. It is here for us to learn how to become good stewards. We are here to learn how to repent and do better each day. I pray, I implore, I will do better each and every day because I love my God and will never stop trying to do better. This is the gift of the atonement of Jesus Christ. Through Him is salvation for everyone that believeth. Only believe. I believe, I believe, I believe.
Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: sketch/color an illustration and label it. Theme: walk by faith. Listen to the audiobook story “Jesus Walks on the Water” in Learning to Read: New Testament Stories (Luke 5: 18-25). Write and say the word ”faith” five times so you can pronounce and spell it correctly. Put these words in alphabetical order: Jesus, faith, walks, Peter, waves. Use each word in a sentence. List two ways to show your faith in God. Describe how Peter walked to Jesus. Write down one thing you want to do better with God’s help. (Skills: identify, comprehend, apply, organize, creative, affective, analyze.)
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