Monthly Focus: Who are you thankful for? (I am thankful for people who help me.)
Bible Story: Good Samaritan | Luke 10:25-37
Main Point: I am thankful for people who help me when I’m hurt.
Memory Verse: “Always give thanks to God.” Ephesians 5:20, NCV
When we stop and notice them, we’ll see that we are surrounded by helpers who deserve a big thank you for all the ways they help us. They are making the world we live in a better place. When we grow up with eyes that see these helpers and a heart that is grateful, showing thankfulness becomes a happy habit. And no matter how young or grown up you are, a little thankfulness goes a long way.
In this week’s lesson, the story of the good Samaritan teaches us about being thankful for the people who help us when we’re hurt.
I am thankful for people who help me when I’m hurt. Preschoolers get boo boos often, and so many people help them when they’re hurt. We can say thank you to all the people who help us when we’re hurt.
As you drive, be on the lookout for helpers (police officers, road workers, food trucks, etc.). When you see a helper, say, “I see a helper!” When you get where you’re going, take time to pray and thank God for all the people who help you.
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