Inside: This is verse “K” in an ABC series for Bible memory for kids. Each part in the scripture memory series includes a free printable, a YouTube video, a short lesson, and ideas on how to teach the verse to your child.
K Memory Verse: Hebrews 13:5
Hebrews 13:5 is one for all of us – child or adult. I have one child who’s always had a love for money. I’m sure we can all think of adults who are more motivated by money than anything else.
We’re all probably guilty of this more often than we’d like to admit it.
And while money isn’t bad by any means, it’s always good to be reminded of its limits and that God will take care of us regardless of how much money we have.
Keep your life free from the love of money and be content with what you have because God has said, “Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you.”
Video for Hebrews 13:5
Printable for Hebrews 13:5
As always you can visit the resource library to print out the verse to hang up throughout the week. Choose between full color or a print-friendly version.
K verse Lesson
It may be easier for younger kids to concentrate on the second part of the verse “Never will I leave you, never will I forsake you.”
Talk to your kids about where God is:
- Where do they think God is.
- Is He always with them?
- Do they forget God is with them sometimes?
- Who else is with them 24/7?
- Can we talk to God all the time?
- What does “forsake” mean?
- Will He ever leave us?
- No matter what?
These are great conversation starters for older children and even adults. See where the conversation takes you and if your children have questions you can’t answer with the guide of your Bible, be honest and tell them you don’t know. You can write their questions down and ask a pastor.
ABC bible memory Series for Children
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- A printable for you to hang the verse up nearby where your kids will see it during the week. Practice
the verse each time they walk by it.
- A reflection page for your child to write the verse out and say what it means to them.
- A word search that contains the main words in the verse.
- A page for your child to draw out the verse and write what books of the Bible this verse can be found in.
- A page to cut out each word of the verse, then your child can try to put the verse together.