What a Friend Junior Level
Our Sunday school topic for today
focuses on friendship. We are talking about how
important our friends are to us, and our mother and father. Then we realize
that Jesus is our friend too. Remember the song - "What a Friend we Have in
Ask students if they have a best friend.
Ask how you can tell if a person is a "real" friend.
How do you feel when you are away from your friend for a few days?
Is a mother or father a friend, or is that something different?
In addition to your friend and mother and father, did you know you have
another friend? Who might that be?
His name is Jesus and you could have not better friend. If you don't
have Him as your friend then I would urge you to make friends with Him. You
won't be disappointed.
Call on your friend Jesus, in prayer, and you will feel great comfort.
Bring a small cross to class. Ask how students would feel if their friend were on that cross.
Friendship is a two-way street. We cannot expect
love from others if we in turn are not willing to
love. Friendship means giving and sharing. It means
hurting together and laughing together. It is
companionship with the freedom of knowing that your
friend would not do anything to purposely hurt you
and you would not do anything to purposely hurt your
John 15:15 Henceforth I call you not
servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord
doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things
that I have heard of my Father I have made known