Our Lord Jesus taught us how to thank Him, and praise Him

Our Lord Jesus taught us how to thank Him, and praise Him

Our Lord Jesus taught us how to thank Him, and praise Him Mahragan Alkeraza 2011 + Hope + Previous Memory verses + Review + The Bronze Serpent

As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up John 3:14 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16 David and Abigail Wisdom is better than strength

Ecclesiastes 9: 16 blessed is your advice and blessed are you, because you have kept me this day from coming to bloodshed 1 Samuel 25:33 (Epistle of St. Paul to Philemon) Onesimus the slave

All of you be of one mind, having compassion for one another; love as brothers, be tender hearted, be courteous 1 Peter 3:8 Our Lord Jesus taught us how to thank Him (HOPE) The kids went to each house in the city and put a gift at

each door. Mario: All done! We gave out gifts to everybody. Peter: But some people were not happy. Mark: Im pleased with what we did. Ill be more pleased if people start to use

gifts again so they can deal with each other with love and kindness. Mario: Im not very optimistic. Uncle Hanna: You guys have to leave now! I have to evacuate the museum.

Tomorrow well start our project to expand the museum. Mirna : Thats it? Are they going to cut down the tree? Peter: I told you that this was not going to work. All our work was for nothing! Uncle Nour: Dont lose hope. As long as we live, we have to have hope.

Uncle Hanna: Enough talking! I have to close the museum. By the way Nour, dont forget to take your stuff. After they cut down the tree, you wont have a job. Uncle Nour: Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow. Our Lord Jesus taught us how to thank Him, and praise Him Mario: Good morning Uncle Nour. How are you today? Uncle Nour: Good morning kids. Im confident that today will be a better day. Mirna: Do you still have hope?

Madonna: This is very strange. They will cut down the tree and you will lose your job, but you still have hope! Peter: See! All the people are coming to cut down the tree. Mark: But they are holding the gifts that we gave them. They look very happy. I dont think theyre here to cut down the tree. Mirna: Maybe they came to return the gifts. Can you

hear what theyre saying? People: No one will cut down the tree! No one will cut down the tree! We know what you guys did and how you protected the gift tree. Grandpa: Mirna Mario. Mario: Grandpa, where were you? Did you see what happened? Grandpa: Yes, I heard about what you guys did. You brought joy to the city again. You made the people appreciate the importance of the gifts. The Mayor made a decision.

Mirna: He wont cut down the tree! Grandpa: Yes! The Kids: Hurray! We did it! Uncle Nour: Do you understand now why I told you that as long as we live we have to have hope. God teaches us to always have hope. He brings light after darkness, sunrise after sunset, hope after despair. We have to thank Him and praise Him for all His grace. Thats why we have to thank Him all our lives and when we go to heaven, well praise Him with the

angels and the saints forever. Mario: Do you mean that all well be doing in heaven is praising God? What does praise mean? What should I do when I praise God? Remember Be thankful "in any condition & in every condition (e.g. Uncle Noor) We should have hope in Jesus, no matter what we are facing, and trust that he will choose the

best for us. Know that having hope in Jesus will give us Joy Rejoicing in hope Romans 12:12 What do YOU have hope in? How do YOU approach it?

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