Prince of Peace


How can you teach your children to rely on the Prince of Peace in a world of chaotic distractions?

Ask your kids to draw a new picture of a subject they’ve often drawn before. Tell them if they can keep drawing until you say, “Stop,” you’ll give them a treat. While they draw, try to distract them with noise, gentle tickling, jokes, etc. Explain that it’s hard to accomplish a task in such chaos. Working in a peaceful environment would be much more effective.

Sin brought chaos into the orderly and peaceful world that God created. But Jesus came to restore peace and to give us the opportunity to have peace in our lives. He is our Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6

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