img_45318 ready-to-use, discussion-based Bible lessons on the topic: What My Grandbabies Taught Me About Theology. You might not think that a newborn could teach anything about anything. I mean, what does a baby know? Here is what I learned when I held my grandbaby for the first time:

I learned that I loved this little guy with an unconditional, unearned, unquenchable love. I would die for him. He didn’t have to do anything to get me to love him.

So it is with God. He loves us with an unconditional, unearned, unquenchable love. He did die for us. We don’t have to do anything to get God to love us.

I learned that I only wanted good for my grandbaby. I reflected on my own children and how I had never ever given them a rule that would harm them. I only wanted their good.

So it is with God. The plans He has for us are good plans. The commands He gives us are not burdensome. They are meant to bless us.

These are just two of the 8 truths my grandbabies taught me about theology. This is a great study for any small group, but especially for parents and grandparents.

Lesson #1
I am loved / Zephaniah 3.17; John 3.16

img_4576Lesson #2
God Protects, Even When I Am Not Aware / Psalm 34

Lesson #3
We Are All Sinners / Romans 3.9 – 26

Lesson #4
God’s Commands Are Good Deuteronomy 6.18; 
Hebrews 11.6; 1 John 5.3

Lesson #5
All God’s Children Are Unique 
Psalm 139; Ephesians 2.10

img_8913Lesson #6
Life Is Better When We Get Along
Psalm 133.1; Romans 12.18, 14.15; Hebrews 12.14

Lesson #7
He Has the Whole World In His Hands Matthew 6.25 – 34

Lesson #8
If You Want Something, Ask 
Matthew 7.7 – 11

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