EXODUS 3, PSALM 118:7 God speaks to Moses from a burning bush to tell him what to do and promises to be with him.
SAY THIS: Who keeps His promises? God keeps His promises.
When you go into your child's room this month, say, "Good morning! God loves you THIS much (hold your arms out wide) and so do I!" (Wrap your arms around your child and give them a big hug.)
"Trust the Lord with all your heart." Proverbs 3:5, NCV
BASIC TRUTH: God loves me.
From Parent Cue:
THE BEST WAY TO HELP YOUR
FOUR-YEAR-OLD LEARN By Jennifer Walker
Who really knows what provokes that mischievous glint in the eye of a four-year-old just moments before they deliver the kick that makes the block tower tumble? I suspect it’s something about the thrill of destruction combined with the wondrous spectacle of discovery.
Four-year-olds blend the reckless abandon of toddlerhood with the wide-eyed glimmer of preschool learning. You don’t have to look very closely to see the wheels turning in that still-disproportionately-large head of theirs. They’re taking in everything they possibly can about the big world around them—categorizing things, naming things, and putting it all together like a puzzle.
But the world of a preschooler is much more complex than the average puzzle . . .