Sometimes bad things happen, and it's easy to doubt that God is really right all the time. Have you ever doubted that God is right when bad things happened to you? When are some times when you doubted if God was right?
God understands our doubts, questions, and confusion. When something bad happens, remember 2 things:
- People do wrong things, not God. God does not cause people to do bad things. Out of love, He made us with the ability to choose what we do (we are not His robots). However, He does promise to help us when people do bad things to us.
- Our Bible Memory Verse teaches that God is righteous in everything that He does. Some of what God does may not seem right at the moment, but He promises that the rightness of them will be shown to us later.
So, how do we know He's always right? Because He is Holy (perfect, pure, and clean), and His Holy nature makes it impossible for Him to ever be wrong.
WHY DOES THIS MATTER:
Because God is Always Right, I know every decision is perfect and holy. It is His nature to be righteous-- He can't be anything else.
Let God know about any questions you have about His righteousness. Ask Him to show you how He is right in everything He does, and to trust Him.
You might need your parents to help you solve today's puzzle. You will see that God works out everything right the first time. We make mistakes; He makes no mistakes.
GOD IS ALWAYS RIGHT: BLOCK PUZZLE
In the world that God has created, there is no room for Him to make mistakes.
INSTRUCTIONS: Solve the puzzle below by filling in the missing numbers. Click on the image for a printable version.
- The missing numbers are all between 0 and 9.
- The numbers in each row add up to totals to the right.
- The numbers in each column add up to the totals along the bottom.
- The diagonal lines also add up to the totals to the right.
When you were doing this puzzle, did you get frustrated and come up with the wrong number a couple of times? Did you know that God is right 100% of the time...not 98 or 99% of the time. He never says, "Oops."