“God is beginning to creep me out,” my older daughter said yesterday.
“Why?” I asked.
“Look at this!” she said.
She handed me a card from her box of 101 Day to Knowing God devotional cards that she had gotten for her birthday. The card talked about letting God change you from the inside out, which was exactly what we had talked about in Vacation Bible School that morning.
This was the second time in a week that my daughter had pulled a card from her box that exactly fit the circumstances of the moment. The first happened last Saturday when she was in the midst of trying to decide which soccer team to play on. The card she pulled that morning talked about relying on God for strength and wisdom.
This little box of cards, which comes in packs for both girls and boys, has given my daughter the opportunity to see how God works in little ways to let us know He’s there and He cares. I bought them as an afterthought. I was in a book store the night before her birthday when I saw them. I had no idea that they would become an important part of my daughter’s relationship with God.
A lot of days, she’ll pull out a card and carry it around in her pocket for the day. That way she can pull it out at any time during the day. It’s a great reminder to her of God’s love and faithfulness.
If you’re looking for a quick way to get your kids thinking about God, check out the 101 Days to Knowing God cards.
And because I think these are such a fantastic item for kids, I’m giving away a box today. All you have to do is leave a comment on the blog, on the Facebook page or share this post with your friends via Facebook, Twitter or email to enter. You can also Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.