Hello Reign Forest Friends!
Yesterday our adventures took us to Numbers 13–14... Moses sent 12 spies to scope out the Promised Land of Canaan. They discovered the land was perfect with one exception: the people who already lived there were strong and powerful. Most of the spies were intimidated and wanted to give up. Only two, Joshua and Caleb, spoke up and said that God would provide a way for them to conquer the land. God rewarded Joshua and Caleb’s faith and courage. They were the only men of their generation to see the land God promised to Abraham.
Bottom Line: You can do what you should even when others are afraid.
We will face times when the people around us are scared or making unwise choices. When that happens, we should trust God. He can give us the courage we need to do what we should and be an example that points others to Him.
Memory Verse: The Lord is my light and my salvation- so why should I be afraid? The Lord is my fortress, protecting me from danger, so why should I tremble? Psalm 27:1 NLT
On the light side, ask your kid(s) if they have a fear of acerophobia or consecotaleophobia or maybe scoleciphobia. We had a fun time during our Courage Challenge, learning what these fears meant.
Blessings to you all!
The Reign Forest Team
Reign Forest Team
1st Sunday - Anita Wenrich
2nd Sunday - Kristin Wise
3rd Sunday - Christina
4th Sunday - Cheryl Marshall
5th Sunday - Angie Martin