How would you feel,
if you knew the King of Kings,
the Creator of the Universe called
and asked you to visit Him?
He is calling children
all across the world
to learn about Him and talk to Him.
And, he wants to talk with YOU!
I John 3:1-2
Behold, what manner of love the Father
hath bestowed upon us, (given us)
that we should be called the sons of God…
The scripture says He loves us so much he calls us
the SONs of God.
"Son" just means child whether you are a boy or girl.
Here's a fun song to remember this scripture verse
Jesus is called the King of Kings.
He is so wonderful,
that He doesn't have just one name.
He has MANY names because He is
and yet kind and loving.
To be a child of the KING is
Listen to these songs.
Try to capture the names of Jesus as you hear them.
King of Kings and Lord of Lords
Jesus, Prince of Peace
What names did you hear?
King of Kings
Lord of Lords
Listen to this one to add names to your list.
Savior, Lord, Emmanuel, Redeemer...
Wow! So many names for one person!
Do you have your scriptures handy?
Look up this verse:
He's our creator!!
What name(s) do you see?
This one is from the Book of Mormon
Did you write them down?
Now that you have captured
all of those names,
do something with them
to help you remember them.
Here's an art project you could do!
Get some paper and markers and crayons.
Draw a cross in the middle
Now write all of the names
Use different colors. Get creative!
But the most important part is to be
able to read the words.
Now, have an adult help you
hang it somewhere where you can see it.
How do we talk to the King?
When you are praying,
you could look at your art project.
Remember that the God of the universe
and His Son, Jesus, are
so mighty, with so many names,
and yet He LOVES YOU and wants to hear from you!!
What an awesome privilege!
If you have asked Jesus to be YOUR KING,
have asked Him into your heart and want to be in His Kingdom,
YOU ARE A KINGDOM KID!!
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