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MAY 2021

Weekly Cues

Week One

Genesis 1:31; 2:8-3:24

God creates the world and puts Adam and Eve in a garden, but they do not go God's way.


Week Two

Jonah 1:1-3:10

Jonah learns the hard way that he should go God's way when he is swallowed by a huge fish.

Week Three

2 Kings 5:1-14

Naaman chooses to go God's way and dip in the river, even though it is hard to do.

Week Four

2 Chronicles 34

King Josiah tells others to go God's way, even though he is young.


Week Five

Judges 7:1-8

Gideon trusts that God's way is perfect, even though it does not make sense at the time.


"God's way is perfect."

2 Samuel 22:31, NIrV


Whose way is perfect? God's way is perfect.

Daily Cues

Morning Time

When you go into your child's room, say, "Good morning! Who's ready to wake up and go God's way?"

Drive Time

As you drive or take a walk, tell your child which way you need to go in order to get where you're going. Ask your child what would happen if you went the wrong way. (You would not get where you need to go.) Talk about how God's way is perfect. That means God's way is never ever wrong. God's way will always be the best way and will get us where God wants us to go.

Cuddle Time

Cuddle with your child this month and pray, "Dear God, Your way is always perfect. That means Your way will always be the right way. Help us to know what Your way is and then choose to go Your way. We love You, God. In Jesus' name, amen."

Bath Time

Add a toy to bath time. Use a bath crayon to draw an arrow on the tub showing your child which way the toy can go. Wipe away the arrow and draw another one going the opposite direction. Change up the arrow a few times during bath time while your child plays with the toy, making it follow the arrow. Talk about how God tells us the right way to go, too, but it's up to us to choose to go God's way.

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