What is a practical way to teach your small children about how Jesus is the Truth?

Ask your children to make three statements about a toy—two that accurately describe the toy and one that is inaccurate. Ask your kids to tell you which statements are true. Older kids can look for true or false statements in ads. Talk about why the writers of these ads may try to mislead people.

Jesus always tells the truth. He represents everything that is honest, good and true; but more than that, He is the Truth. He said that He came to die for our sins and one day we would live with Him and the Father. And that’s a statement you can be sure is true.

John 14:6

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