Christianity 201

September 20, 2010

The Corinthians Love Chapter for Kids

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I’ve never done a devotional post here with children in mind, but I really enjoyed what Missy did with I Cor. 13 at her blog, It’s Almost Naptime.

Love waits without complaining.
Love is always kind to others.
Love doesn’t want other people’s toys or money or clothes.
Love never brags about what it has or what it can do.
Love doesn’t think it is better than other people.
Love uses its best manners, always and with everyone.
Love says ‘you first’ instead of ‘me first.’
Love doesn’t throw fits.
Love doesn’t tattle, nor does it laugh when others are sad.
Love doesn’t think it’s fun or funny to break the rules.
Love never, ever lies.
Love always hopes in God. Love believes that God is good, no matter what happens.
Love is a true friend, no matter what happens.
Love lasts forever and ever.

Read more about Missy and her blog here.  Since I wrote it, Missy continues to rock the blog stat charts with lots of moms reading daily.

1 Comment »

  1. I know a few adults who could benefit from this simple version of the love chapter!

    Comment by Katherine Harms — September 21, 2010 @ 8:12 am | Reply


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