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I can trust God knows best even when it is hard

Posted by Central Preschool

Naaman had to choose between doing THIS— do what God said—or THAT—keep looking for another way to get better. Naaman did not understand why God told him to dip in the water seven times, but Naaman learned that God knew what was best for him. And we know that God knows what’s best for us, too!

THIS WEEK

Bible Story:

Naaman
2 Kings 5:1-14

Story Focus:

I can trust God knows best even when it is hard.

Let's Dance: God's Way

September 2023 Memory Verse

September 2023 OVERVIEW

Memory Verse:

"God...knows everything." (1 John 3:20)

Key Question:

Who knows what's best for you?

Bottom Line:

God knows what's best for me.

An adult makes about 35,000 choices every day, but adults are not the only ones with choices to make. Children have their fair share of choices too—about 3,500 of them. Every. Single. Day. Should I eat this snack or that snack? Should I play with this toy or that toy? Should I do this and share or do that and keep it all for myself?

Knowing that our preschooler’s 3,500 daily choices will one day turn into 35,000 daily choices is why we want to teach preschoolers that, when they have a choice between This or That, they can trust that God knows what’s best for them.


Week 1

Bible Story:
In the Garden
Genesis 1:31, 2:8-3:24
Story Focus:
God knows what is best for me.


Week 2

Bible Story:
Moses and the Sea
Exodus 13:17-18, 14
Story Focus:
I can trust what God says.


Week 3

Bible Story:
Jonah
Jonah 1:1–3:10
Story Focus:
God knows what is
best for everyone.


Week 4

Bible Story:
Naaman
2 Kings 5:1-14
Story Focus:
I can trust God knows best
even when it is hard.