Moses spoke to God for the people. But because Jesus came, you don’t need anyone to talk to God for you. You can talk to Him yourself! Ask Him for what you need. And trust Him to take care of you, just as He promises in Philippians 4:19.
Even heroes need to train. In Hero Training you will increase your Bible knowledge by looking up different scripture passages to learn more about God’s truth and promises.
With questions that make you think, Hero Training will strengthen your mental and faith muscles as you learn to apply the words of the Bible to your own life.
Did you know that hard times can be good for you? Challenges build your faith muscles because they teach you to rely on God. Memorize James 1:2-4. The next time you face something difficult, say these verses out loud. And trust that God will take care of you!
You just know you’re ready to stay home alone or old enough to bike to the neighborhood store with friends. But Mom and Dad say you’re not quite old enough. While you wait, memorize Luke 16:10. Then show them how responsible you can be. Fix your own snacks. Put your bike away. Take care of…
Jealousy is wanting for yourself what belongs to someone else. And it’s so serious that God listed it in the Ten Commandments as one of the things we must not do. Read Exodus 20:17 for yourself. Why do you think God is serious about jealousy? What problems does it cause?
Part of growing up is figuring out who you are. The world will tell you all sorts of things – things that aren’t true. Always turn to God to find out who you really are. Start with these beautiful verses: 1 John 3:1, Galatians 4:7, Psalm 139:13-14 and 1 Peter 2:9.
Jacob never expected to hear God’s voice that night. But you can expect to hear God’s voice every day. Just be still and listen. He might whisper a verse into your heart. He might send someone to encourage you. And He always speaks through the Bible. God loves to talk to you!
When Jesus came, He changed the way sacrifices were made. It was no longer about animals and priests. Instead, sacrifices became about how we live our lives. Read Romans 12:1. How could choosing to please God – instead of the world, your friends or even yourself – be a “living sacrifice” to God?
Abraham could have made up excuses not to go. He could have said, “I’m seventy five years old!” or “I like my home in Haran”. But he didn’t. Are you making excuses for not following God – for not loving your neighbor, forgiving a friend, or reading the Bible? Decide to stop making excuses and…