Welcome to Noonday Devotion for Children
I feel even less able to write this devotion. But I hope what God has laid on my heart, will be helpful to the little ones. Please read the devotion if you area little older and also share it with your own little ones.
Noonday Devotion for the Little ones
51 And he went down with them, and came to Nazareth, and was subject unto them: but his mother kept all these sayings in her heart.
52 And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and men
Luke Gives us a beautiful glimpse into the home life of Jesus. We must remember that he went through childhood, went through the same emotions that all children do and fully understands them and has a special place in His heart for them. Indeed he sets them on his knee, which is done with a heart full of love and compassion.
Jesus know childhood pain as it is said that he lost His father Joseph during his youth. He had brothers and sisters and indeed played with them and had rough and tumble at times with them.
As children and let me let you into a little secret... ready.. I used to be one.. shh don't tell anyone will you?
We Must trust Him as Saviour... he loves you just as you are and longs to place you on his knee and to give you all the love you will ever need or want.
Jesus loves children, His heart is open and he is waiting to welcome you and to hold you close to Himself and give you all his Love and Peace.
A final word.. WWJD (What would Jesus do), is a popular badge worn by many children today.. well here is what Jesus did.. he was subject to his mum and dad.. even when they asked him to clean his room or do the dishes!!!.
To every boy and Girl reading this, Jesus loves you so much, he wants to reach down and take you in his arms and bless you.
God Bless you
"Bring him unto me." – Mark 9:19
Despairingly the poor disappointed father turned away from the disciples to their Master. His son was in the worst possible condition, and all means had failed, but the miserable child was soon delivered from the evil one when the parent in faith obeyed the Lord Jesus’ word, "Bring him unto me." Children are a precious gift from God, but much anxiety comes with them. They may be a great joy or a great bitterness to their parents; they may be filled with the Spirit of God, or possessed with the spirit of evil. In all cases, the Word of God gives us one receipt for the curing of all their ills, "Bring him unto me." O for more agonizing prayer on their behalf while they are yet babes! Sin is there, let our prayers begin to attack it. Our cries for our offspring should precede those cries which betoken their actual advent into a world of sin. In the days of their youth we shall see sad tokens of that dumb and deaf spirit which will neither pray aright, nor hear the voice of God in the soul, but Jesus still commands, "Bring them unto me." When they are grown up they may wallow in sin and foam with enmity against God; then when our hearts are breaking we should remember the great Physician’s words, "Bring them unto me." Never must we cease to pray until they cease to breathe. No case is hopeless while Jesus lives.
The Lord sometimes suffers his people to be driven into a corner that they may experimentally know how necessary he is to them. Ungodly children, when they show us our own powerlessness against the depravity of their hearts, drive us to flee to the strong for strength, and this is a great blessing to us. Whatever our morning’s need may be, let it like a strong current bear us to the ocean of divine love. Jesus can soon remove our sorrow, he delights to comfort us. Let us hasten to him while he waits to meet us.
This page is aimed at the little ones. I hope though that all of you will enjoy this page, indeed many adults may well play some of the games on the page, although they will never admit to it!!!. Please click the link and be blessed
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