Daily Devotional – KIDS! Palm Sunday

It’s Saturday! And that means it’s time for our special Kids Devotional! Parents, feel free to use this as a replacement for Sunday School tomorrow or just whenever you would like to help your kids focus on God for a little while!

This Sunday is Palm Sunday! Do you know what that means? Let’s watch this video and find out!!

Let’s read in the Bible where it talks about Palm Sunday!

The next day, when the large crowd that had come to the festival heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, they took palm branches and went out to meet Him. They kept shouting: “Hosanna! He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One—the King of Israel!”

Jesus found a young donkey and sat on it, just as it is written: Fear no more, Daughter Zion. Look, your King is coming, sitting on a donkey’s colt.

His disciples did not understand these things at first. However, when Jesus was glorified, then they remembered that these things had been written about Him and that they had done these things to Him. John 12:12-16

Questions to talk about with your parents:

Why do you think the people welcomed Jesus with palm branches?

Would you be excited if Jesus came to your town?

Let’s listen to this song! See if you can act out the motions too!

Remember our kindness challenge with the Lego man? How did you do? Don’t forget to send a picture to us after you finish it and we will send you a surprise in the mail! If you missed it the first time, here it is below! There’s still time to finish it! Here is a printable version at this link. 

We also have a fun deal for you – our pastor’s wife has designed and created a downloadable printable for resurrection eggs that you can print off and make with regular household items that you probably already have. Pastor’s family uses this year after year to help explain the Easter story to their kids. You can download it from her Etsy shop and as a blessing to you, use the coupon code: LITTLETON for 50% off the purchase making it $1.50 in total. Have some fun with your kids and use it over and over every Easter!