How can you teach your children about Jesus being the Messiah?

Think of your children’s abilities and spiritual gifts. Then gather your kids together and pray for them, specifically mentioning their gifts. Ask each child to think of one act of kindness that would use his or her gift. “Anoint” or task the child to perform this service during the week.

Jesus was called the “Messiah,” which means “the Anointed One.” God chose (anointed) Him for a special task on earth—to teach us more about God and to die for our sins. God gave Him the power and ability to help many people.

Daniel 9:25

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