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These are FREE Bible-based articles for parents and teachers on helping children to know and live for God. Feel free to share these articles as long as you reference the author and/or link www.setapartchild.com as the source. However, the use of these articles for monetary gain is explicitly prohibited.
When we think of it, belief is the only prerequisite to salvation. In Acts 16:31, we are told, “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved (ERV).” The children may not fully grasp the concept of sin or the theology behind the sacrifice of Jesus to be saved, and they do not have to. There is nowhere it says in the Bible that we need to understand the gospel to be saved. Most adult who are new believers cannot articulate the gospel of Jesus because they do not fully understand it; so why do we expect that of children? Read more >>>
The Psalmist said, “Your word I have hidden in my heart, That I might not sin against You”- Psalm 119:11 (NKJV). Hiding God’s Word in your heart is what memorization is all about. As the teacher/parent, you need to understand the importance of memorizing God’s Word in both yours and the children’s daily lives. Therefore, you must commit to learning the Scriptures along with the children. To effectively teach children memory verse, you need to let them know why such an exercise is important. What you consider important, you take seriously. Read more >>>
Children And Salvation
Teaching Children Word Seed
Though dedicating a child to God leads to having God’s blessings on the child, yet child dedication must be based on the foundation that you are in Christ. As a righteous person (you are the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus - 1Corinthians 5:21), you can expect God to make your children God-fearing. Note, this does not mean your children are born saved or have automatic salvation as a result: everyone must make a personal decision to be saved. When God enters into a covenant with an individual, it extends to his family. Read more >>>