Redeemer

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What is a practical way to teach your children about how Jesus is our Redeemer?

Hide coins around the house. Next, create a “jail” by cutting openings in a box or turning a laundry basket upside down. Place one of your child’s favorite toys or stuffed animals in the jail. Then have your child search the house for the coins. Give clues to find the coins, if necessary. When your child finds all the coins, he or she can choose to buy freedom for the toys or keep the money.

As a result of sin, we become prisoners to our evil desires and behaviors. Jesus came to offer himself in exchange for our freedom. He gave His life to buy us out of our prison of sin—to become our Redeemer. His life turned out to be exactly what we needed to redeem us.   

Job 19:35

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