You can trust God even when you’re worried. ● Genesis 31:3, 32:3-32, 33:1-17
As a family, discuss a few questions together after your child watches this week’s Motion episode.
Question #1: What does it mean to trust God?
Question #2: When are some times it’s easy to trust God? When is it hard?
Question #3: Read Genesis 32:6-8. Jacob was worried that his brother Esau was still angry with him, so he decided to divide his people into two groups in case Esau attacked them. How does trusting God (or not trusting Him) influence the decisions you make?
Question #4: Why do we know we can trust God even when we are worried about situations in our lives? What can you do to help yourself remember to trust God no matter what?
Read the Bible — by yourself and with others. Try different translations. Set aside a special, quiet time to dive in.
Ask questions to help you understand — who’s the author, who are they writing to, and how does this part of the Bible point you toward Jesus?
Yak — share about what you’re learning and what God is showing you, especially with friends who don’t have a relationship with Jesus or want to learn more about Him.
Read: 1 Peter 5:7 — Write down what the verse means to you!
Ask: According to this verse, why should we trust God with our worry?
Yak: Share what you read with someone. What’s one way they trust God when they’re worried?