Daily Devotions for Juniors 2021
Para el: 14 septiembre
Underline the correct answer
a. A person who’s passing through
b. A foreigner
c. Both previous answers are correct
Do you know any foreigners?
People are foreigners when they live in a country that’s not their own.
Each country has its own culture, language, and customs, and even its own traditional foods that distinguish it from other countries.
That means that foreigners have to adapt to new customs and foods and to a new language, and many times they’re also far away from their family.
Do you remember a Bible character who was a foreigner?
The prophet Daniel in Babylon, Moses in Midian, the Israelites in Egypt, Ruth in Bethlehem …
With the help of an adult, or in your Bible, review the stories of those Bible characters and you’ll realize how hard it is to be a foreigner.
If you think you’re not a foreigner because you’ve never moved to another country, I’ve got to tell you that if you believe in Jesus, then you’re a foreigner, a pilgrim in this world.
The Bible says that Christians are sort of foreigners on this planet.
Do you know what that means* That you’re no longer North American, or Central American, or South American, or European, or Australian, or Asian . . .
Why is that* It’s because now you belong to the family of God and that makes you a citizen of the kingdom of heaven.
Jesus wants you to be with Him someday in His kingdom in the New Earth.
So now you know: you’re only passing through here for a few years, until Jesus comes again to take you to a place where there will no longer be any foreigners or pilgrims.
Do you know a hymn that talks about being pilgrims in this world?
Look it up, write the words in your Prayer Journal, and then sing it with your family.
Daily Devotions for Junior 2021
By: RAQUEL RODRIGUEZ MERCADO
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