God is All-Powerful

HIGHLIGHTS
Last Sunday Discovery Point:
God is all-powerful

Last Sunday Key Verse:
“He said, ‘Praise the name of God forever and ever, for he has all wisdom and power’ ” (Daniel 2:20)

FAMILY DEVOTION
Very Strong
One bolt of lightning can deliver 100 million volts and can be as hot as 50,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The power in nature is amazing, but it’s nothing compared to God’s power. When the people of Israel worshipped false gods, Elijah held a contest to show who had the real power. Read all about it in 1 Kings 18:16-39.

Now do this:
Pour some paper confetti on a table. Rub a balloon on your head or a wool sweater for about 30 seconds. (Wool works better!) Slowly move the balloon down to the confetti.

The confetti leaped up to the balloon because you gave it a charge with your hair. The charge pulled up the confetti. Keep your eyes open for God’s power—it will definitely surprise you!

ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS
• How can we help each other recognize more often that God is all-powerful?
• How can God’s power change the way we treat each other?
• In what ways should we be relying on God’s power as a family?

FAMILY CHALLENGE
Make superhero capes from trash bags, and decorate them with ways that God shows his power. Let each family member take on the identity of a superhero (either familiar or made up), complete with superpowers. Then take silly pictures of each person exercising this “power” as amusing reminders of God’s power in your family.


REMINDERS
Coming Sunday Discovery Point: 
God is unchanging

Coming Sunday Chairperson: Nicole Y
Coming Sunday Powerpoint Manager: Jacky J

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