Family Devotion time can be intimating, but it doesn’t have to be. The purpose of this series, based on the Fruit of the Spirit, is to help you step up and lead your family spiritually, and help you see it can be easy—-it doesn’t have to be complicated.
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Fruit of the Spirit: LOVE
This week’s Focus comes from Luke 10:25-37,the parable of the Good Samaritan. If you have time this week, review the story together.
Read Mark 12:28-31 and 1 Cor 13:4-8 together, then answer the questions.
It is usually easy to follow the first commandment Jesus mentions: Love the Lord your God. Sometimes it is not as easy to follow the second though: Love your neighbor as yourself. There are also some qualities of love that are easy to show, but others are much harder.
- Who is our neighbor?
- How would you define love?
- What qualities of love are hard for you to show?
- What are some ways to show love to our neighbors?
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Now I am excited that these Fruit of the Spirit devotions are available in a printable version! Maybe you are doing a series and a resource for your families to supplement your lessons.
If you are a parent or grandparent, this will help you have some great spiritual themed discussions in your house.
If you are planning a series, these pages also can be used for small group lessons, so if you want you can use them in your lesson.
No matter how you choose to use them, I believe they will be a blessing to you and your kids.
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