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‘The Real Thing’ 원본으로 듣고 싶으신 분들은 홈페이지 www.keysforkids.org 들어가시면 Keys for kids Daily Devotional <Jan 10, 2020>에서 다시 들으실 있습니다.**

 

The Real Thing (Monday)

Read: John 4:10-14

"See that, Mom?" Jeremy pointed ahead. "It looks like there's water on the road--way up there. See it?" He and his mother were driving on the highway, and it was a very hot day.

Mom nodded. "It looks like water, but see how it disappears as we get closer? That's called a mirage. Travelers in deserts sometimes see them too."

"We learned about that in school," said Jeremy. "Years ago people used to get lost in the desert and became very thirsty when their water supply was gone. Then they'd sometimes see what looked like a lake in the distance and hurry toward it. As they got closer, it would disappear. Then they'd see another and another. But what they thought were lakes always disappeared before they could reach them."

"That seems so sad," replied Mom.

Jeremy nodded. "My teacher said that after people rushed toward all those places they thought were lakes, they'd sometimes turn away when they saw a real lake. They often died of thirst because they thought the lake was just another mirage. That makes it really sad."

"So when water that would satisfy their thirst was right there, they didn't believe it," said Mom. "I guess, after being mistaken many times, people often don't recognize the real thing when they see it."

"That doesn't happen in our country anymore though, does it? Don't people have better ways to travel now--and better water supplies?"

"Actually, I was thinking about people who are thirsty for fulfillment in life. They try to find it in so many different ways--ways that don't satisfy. They need Jesus. He's available to everybody, but when they've been disappointed so often by other things, many people don't recognize Him as the one who can truly satisfy the thirst of their souls."

Jeremy nodded thoughtfully. "In church we read a Bible story where Jesus called Himself living water. I didn't quite get what that meant, but I think I understand it better now. Only He can satisfy our thirst and make us truly alive." -Beverly McClain

 

HOW ABOUT YOU?

Are you thirsty for happiness and fulfillment? Have you tried to find it by spending time with friends, having fun, or doing things that make you feel important? These things are like a mirage—they seem to promise satisfaction, and they may make you feel good for a while, but they can’t provide lasting fulfillment. Turn to Jesus. He’s the only one who can give you joy and eternal life.

 

TODAY'S KEY VERSE: John 4:14 (KJV)

But those who drink the water I give will never be thirsty again. (NLT)

 

 

 

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Servant of All (Tuesday)

Read: Mark 10:35-45; John 13:12-17

Ella groaned as her parents pulled up to the World Mission Thrift Store. "Why do we have to work here today? They never have anything important for us to do! All we do is sort through toys and clothes. It's boring!"

"Ella," Dad said, "remember that we are working for God, not for ourselves. All the money from the thrift store goes toward helping people around the world hear the good news of Jesus."

Mom nodded. "A lot of the people may have never even heard about Jesus! How wonderful it must be to hear the Bible in their own language." Ella sighed and got out of the car.

Noel and Kristen, two girls from Ella's church, were already in the back of the store, sorting through shoes. "Hi, Ella!" Noel grinned cheerfully. "Come help us!"

"Look at these." Kristen giggled, holding up bright orange heels with extremely pointy toes. "I would NOT want to wear these! Ouch!" The girls agreed. The rest of the hours passed by quickly as the families grouped items and sorted through spring clothing.

Mrs. Sally, the store manager, clapped her hands in delight. "You all did a spectacular job today! I don't know how we would have finished all this without your help."

 

Ella noticed Mrs. Sally stepping around carefully as she surveyed everything they had worked on. She recalled that her mom had said to be praying for Mrs. Sally because she had injured her back. Ella could tell Mrs. Sally was in pain, but she still had a bright smile on her face as she spoke words of encouragement and thanks to the church group.

On the way home, Ella mentioned Mrs. Sally to her parents. "Yes, it's amazing all she does even though she's hurting," Mom said thoughtfully.

"Reminds me of that verse--The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve,'" Dad said. "Even though He's God, Jesus served all of us by dying for our sins. Mrs. Sally is making a sacrifice to serve so more people can know Him as their Savior."

"Yeah! I'm sorry I was complaining when we first started working. I want to be like Mrs. Sally and like Jesus--a servant of all." Ella grinned. "And actually, it was pretty fun to see all those crazy shoes!" -Savannah Coleman

 

HOW ABOUT YOU?

Do you ever feel like the work you do for God is insignificant? Not everything we do for God is going to be something “huge.” When Jesus came to earth, He became a servant of all and died for our sins even though He was the Son of God. He even washed his disciples’ dirty feet! Nothing we do for Him is too small. Joyfully serve Him by serving others in whatever tasks He gives you.

 

TODAY'S KEY VERSE: Mark 10:45 (KJV)

For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. (NIV)

 

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The China Cabinet (Wednesday)

Read: 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Cameron and his parents had just returned from church. Dad was walking him through the steps of cooking burgers when Mom stepped out onto the patio.

"Cameron, why don't you help me clean the china cabinet after lunch?" she said.

Cameron frowned and shifted to peer inside the house at the looming cabinet. "Didn't we just clean it?" he asked. It might have collected a little dust on the top, but it wasn't like anyone could see it.

"Well, it needs cleaning again," Mom said. "It won't take long. Come on, it'll be fun!"

Cameron shrugged. "Okay." Dad flipped the grill cover down, and Cameron took a seat on the steps as Mom closed the door.

"So, what did you learn in Sunday school?" Dad asked.

"It was about our bodies being a temple for the Holy Spirit," Cameron said. "But I didn't really understand it. How can our bodies be a holy temple? They're nothing like the stone buildings mentioned in the Bible."

Dad was silent for a moment, and then his gaze stopped on something inside the house. "Did you know that your mom's china cabinet, along with the dishes inside, were a gift from your grandparents?"

"No," Cameron replied.

"And do you know why she cleans it so often?"

Cameron hesitated and then said, "Because it's important to her and she wants to take care of it?"

Dad nodded. "It reminds me of us. God created us with bodies and gave us the Holy Spirit, who comes to live inside us when we put our faith in Jesus--kind of like the china cabinet and the dishes inside. After Jesus died and rose again, God made His dwelling inside people saved from sin instead of stone buildings. That means our bodies are holy temples. Because they were given to us as gifts, we should take care of them, just like your mom takes care of that china cabinet. We do that by staying away from sinful things that could harm us physically, emotionally, or spiritually and use our bodies to honor God."

Dad flipped the grill cover up. "Looks like they're ready. Let's eat, and then you can help your mom clean the cabinet." -Hope Dougherty

 

HOW ABOUT YOU?

Did you know your body is a holy temple? If you trust Jesus as your Savior, you have the Holy Spirit dwelling inside of you! Your body is important to God, and He wants you to use it to honor Him. Take care of God’s temple by listening to Him when He guides you away from sin and toward doing what’s right.

 

TODAY'S KEY VERSE: 1 Corinthians 6:19 (KJV)

Don’t you realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and was given to you by God? You do not belong to yourself. (NLT)

 

 

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Created Different (Thursday)

Read: Romans 12:4-8

"I wish I were funny like Evan," Mark said as he slumped into a chair.

"Everyone likes him. Evan says things that make the whole class laugh. Whenever I try to tell jokes, nobody laughs. Dad, how can I be funny?"

"Well, now, let's think about you for a minute," Dad said. "You told me how great Evan is. What's great about you?"

"Me?" Mark shrugged. "I don't know. Nothing, I guess."

"Oh, I think there is," said Dad. "I've noticed you're very helpful and kind to everyone. I love who you are, even if you aren't as funny as Evan."

"Well, I'd rather be like Evan," Mark muttered as he got up and walked away.

On Saturday, Mark was eager to play with his soccer team in the local youth league. Before the game began, the coach explained that one of the starting forwards would be late. "You'll play forward for a while instead of goalie, Mark," said the coach. "Gavin will be goalie to start."

During the first quarter, the team did not play as well as usual. Mark struggled with his footwork as a forward, and the other team scored as the goalie fumbled. "Cole! I'm glad to see you!" Mark said when the missing teammate showed up. Mark gratefully returned to his regular position as goalie. During the rest of the game, he skillfully protected the goal, and his team celebrated a hard-earned victory.

"I sure didn't like playing forward today. I'm so much better at goalie," Mark told his dad on the way home. "I'm glad the rest of the guys like other positions and don't all want to be goalies."

"A team of all goalies wouldn't be a good team, would it?" said Dad. "God didn't create all of us to be goalies--and He didn't create all of us to be funny like Evan either. He created us to be different, and He loves each of us. He created you to be you, not Evan, and He's shaping you to be more like Jesus and reflect His love to others in your own unique way. You'll always shine most when you're being you, not when you're trying to be like someone else."

Mark nodded thoughtfully. "Okay, Dad. I'll focus on being me instead of someone I'm not." -Michael R. Blackman

 

HOW ABOUT YOU?

Do you ever wish you were more like someone else? Do you want to be more athletic? Or artistic? Do you think you’re too shy? Or too talkative? God made everyone different, with our own talents and personalities, and He deeply loves each one of us. What are some things that are great about you? Thank God for creating you just the way you are!

 

TODAY'S KEY VERSE: Psalm 139:14 (KJV)

I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well.

 

 

 

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Snow Day (Friday)

Read: Psalm 145:1-3; Romans 12:10-18

Victoria and Anthony were eating breakfast when a message dinged on Mom's phone. "Well, I guess you won't be going to school today," Mom told them. "The freezing temperatures and icy roads have closed all the public schools."

"All right!" said Anthony. "I can play all day!"

Victoria didn't share his joy. "I was going to go to Madelyn's house after school. Now I can't," she moaned. "Besides, what's there to do at home? It's too cold to go outside, and there's nothing fun to do!" She watched as her younger brother got busy with his toys. "Hey, Anthony, why don't you play with the beanbags I made for your birthday?" she asked.

Anthony shrugged. "They're more fun when someone else is playing with me." He looked at his sister. "Do you want to play?"

"No," Victoria replied. She frowned as Anthony pushed his trucks down imaginary roads. "I spent a lot of time making those bean bags for Anthony's birthday present," she complained to her mother, "but he hardly ever plays with them."

Mom raised her eyebrows. "I think you're rather like Anthony yourself. Someone made something for you too, but you don't seem to care for it either."

"What do you mean?" asked Victoria in surprise. "What did anybody make for me lately?"

"This day," Mom replied. "Each day is a gift from Jesus. We should rejoice in the days He gives us and use them to honor Him for all He's done for us--whether they're school days or play days, sunny days or snow days! We can still enjoy each day and be thankful for it even when things don't go according to plan." Mom smiled. "So, how can you enjoy this day God has given you? Any ideas?"

Victoria bit her lip as she thought it over. "Well, I haven't started reading any of the books Aunt Julie gave me for Christmas. I could read one of those--and my Bible too! And I could bake some cookies for us to have later, and maybe make a card for Grandma." She looked at her brother and grinned. "But first I'm going to show Anthony how to play a game with the beanbags I made for him!" Linda M. Weddle

 

HOW ABOUT YOU?

Do you recognize each day as a gift from God? Are you glad for each one—even when you can’t spend it exactly the way you’d like? Thank God for the days He gives you. Use them to enjoy His blessings in your life and show His love to others. Each day is an opportunity to remember His great love for you and bring glory to Him.

 

TODAY'S KEY VERSE: Psalm 118:24 (KJV)

This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.

 

 

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