One of our main goals as a ministry to kids is to support parents as the primary disciplers of their children. In our weekend Grace Kids classes the truth of God's Word is talked about in age appropriate ways. These questions are designed to help you extend the weekend lesson from church and engage in conversation with your kids. If you have questions or suggestions, please let us know. kids@gracebaptist.org


 

Dinner Discussions- November 9/10

Bible Passage: Habakkuk

Abstract: This past weekend we learned about Habakkuk! What I love about Habakkuk is that he teaches us patience and trust in the Lord in the midst of evil. Habakkuk witnessed the captivity of Judah and sees all the wrong that has come about it. What turns into an angry complaint against God, turns into a humble trust in waiting upon God’s promises. Habakkuk recognizes that Judah deserves its captivity but regains hope that one day God would restore them. This has been God’s continual promise to His people and though it is hard to endure present suffering, God gives a fully assured hope of deliverance. Can we expect anything less from a redeeming God? Haven’t we witnessed Him deliver Israel time and time again? Our God is a God of salvation and deliverance thus listen to Habakkuk and trust Him!

Dinner Questions:

  1. 3 year Old's- Kindergarten
    1. Why can we trust in God's promises?
  2. 1st Grade- 6th Grade
    1. Why was Habakkuk complaining to God? Was this right or wrong?
    2. Why did Habakkuk choose faith when there was evil around them?
    3. What is our hope as Christian's even though there is evil in the world?
    4. Where should our comfort be? Explain:
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