Family Devotions on Bible stories with some children's songs. From our family to yours, that together we may be a forever family in the Lord!
Series Finale: Trivia Day on Exodus 13-18
Let's review and renew! Keep on living by remembering and treasuring God's Word to you through Exodus 13-18.
Helpful Hearts and Hands | Exodus 18:13-27 Devotion
Jethro serves as a precious example of caring and sharing. He loves Moses and the people of God and shares his ideas for how they can improve their service to each other. Celebrate the ways God moves us all to help with our gifts, using hearts and hands to demonstrate his faithful love to us.
Music: First Jethro Song Ever, mostly by Emma. Drums added at the end!
Forever Family Reunion | Exodus 18:1-12 Devotion
Take a mini-break from the crazy in the wildnerness as Moses and the Israelites have family visitors from Midian. It’s a gathering of those spread out by distance yet they share one faith born from one testimony of the true God and his kind deliverance. We too enjoy this togetherness by faith, even when we can’t be together by sight.
Music: The B-I-B-L-E
With Hands and Staff Uplifted | Exodus 17:8-16 Devotion
We’re back and it’s time to face the first warfare and hand-to-hand combat in the wilderness. And yet, this remains the same – that the Lord is the strength and cause for victory. Let us turn to him with uplifted hearts in prayer with such confidence in the Lord and worship him with thanksgiving that he has defeated our greatest enemies: sin, death and the devil!
Music: I’ve Got Peace Like a River
What to Do When Thirsty Everyday | Exodus 17:1-7 Devotion
So it’s a new day, a new place and there’s new thirst for the Israelites, but the old, evil grumbling returns. We discuss alternative options for what to do when thirsty and turn to God for the grace of forgiveness and the gift of contentment.
Music: A-la-la-la-la-la-le-lu-ia (yep, I think that’s right! =)
I Wanna Be a Sheep! Exodus 16:13-36 Devotion
Just like each new day presents new challenges, so it was in desert life for the people of God. God was being a good shepherd who knew just what his sheep needed to learn. May we listen to his voice in the Bible that we remain under his gracious care and strength! And…what’s an omer, anyway?
Music: I Just Wanna Be a Sheep
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