1. Collect rocks from the yard, wash them and dry them.
2. Collect paints, markers, stickers, etc.
I Am A Child of God
"Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them." (Mark 11:24)
Children's Friend, September 2008; author: Linda Christensen
When Jesus lived on the earth, many people came to listen to His words. They brought their children so Jesus could bless them, but the disciples told them to go away. Jesus said, “Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God” (Mark 10:14). Jesus loved the children and blessed them.
The Primary song “A Child’s Prayer” reminds us of that scripture story and teaches us about prayer.
Heavenly Father, are you really there?
And do you hear and answer ev’ry child’s prayer?
Some say that heaven is far away,
But I feel it close around me as I pray.
Heavenly Father, I remember now
Something that Jesus told disciples long ago:
“Suffer the children to come to me.”
Father, in prayer I’m coming now to thee.
Heavenly Father loves you. You are His child. He wants you to pray to Him often—anytime, anywhere. The next verse of this song reminds you to pray.
Pray, he is there;
Speak, he is list’ning.
You are his child;
His love now surrounds you.
He hears your prayer;
He loves the children.
Of such is the kingdom,
The kingdom of heav’n.
Help your children make a prayer rock. Have them decorate it however they would like. Explain that you place it on the floor by your bedside. That way when you get out of bed or go to bed, it will remind you to pray.
Warm Chocolate Chip Cookies
Monday, September 8, 2008