Here are some audios that we took of a conversation with our young grandchildren while we were teaching them about God.
Do you know who God is?
We can learn about God from the Bible which is a book of God's words to us. Isn't that amazing? God gave us a book that helps us know about Him and how we can live for Him. We will share His words in our teachings so you can learn for yourself. God has many names as you will see throughout the lessons.
Some of those names are:
* I Am
(There are many more names but there is only ONE GOD.)
God is the creator of all things, which means He made the earth, stars, trees, birds, animals, air, water and every living thing. That means God created you too :-)
God is the Alpha and the Omega which means the first and the last the beginning and the end. Nobody created God. He always was and always will be.
I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty. Revelation 1:8 (Remember God is also called Lord and Almighty.)
God is a Spirit which you can't see, not physical like you or your family, or us.
Can any hide himself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith the Lord. Do not I fill heaven and earth? saith the Lord. Jeremiah 23:24
God is everywhere and can see all things, even if they are hidden because He is everywhere.
The eyes of the Lord are in every place, beholding the evil and the good. Proverbs 15:3
No matter what you try to hide from God, He will see it. Remember that.
God shows Himself to us in three ways.
* The Father
* The Son (Jesus)
* The Holy Spirit
We will teach you more about these as we go along in the lessons.
Let us give thanks to God who made us and allows us to know who He is.
We love you all:-)
1. What are some other names for God?
2. What sort of things did God create?
3. What do you call the book of God's Word's to us?
4. Can you hide anything from God?
5. How many God's are there?
6. Who created God?
7. Who created you?
Next time we will learn about the heaven and the earth and how they were created.