April devotions for my kids–Salvation

Read John 14:1–6; 3:16; Romans 10:9–10 (NIV)

These verses clearly tell you how to be saved. In John 14:6 Jesus told Thomas, ““I am the ______ and the __________ and the ________. No one comes to the _____________ except through _____.”

Romans 10:9 tells us that there are two important things someone must do to be saved. Can you find those two things?

If you ______________________ with your mouth “Jesus is Lord” and 

______________________ in your heart that God raised him from the dead,

The Bible says that once you do these two things, YOU ARE SAVED! Immediately you become a part of God’s family and know that you will get to spend eternity in heaven with Him. Once you have believed, you receive the gift of God’s love, forgiveness, and the promise of a hope and a future with Him.

Ask mom or dad to tell you their salvation story. Then, if you have a salvation story, share yours back to mom or dad. If you haven’t said out loud that Jesus is Lord and believed in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead and you really want to, be sure to talk to mom or dad and see if maybe today is the day of your salvation.

Write your salvation story here:


3 thoughts on “April devotions for my kids–Salvation”

  1. What age range would you say these are for? We have 2 devotional books for Ewen. One is way below him, the other is a tad above him, but we use that one daily. I know he at least can pick up something from it.

    1. Amy–Liam, my 3rd grader, breezes through these. Elli my 1st grader, stumbles her way through them, but as her reading and writing progresses I’m sure they’ll go faster for her. Addi, our K-gartener, no dice. So I’d say they’re probably good for 1-3rd grade–depending on your child’s reading/writing ability as well as their spiritual maturity. Does that help?

      1. Yeah. Ewen’s not reading yet (well, not completely; he’ll be there very soon.) So, right now, something that we just read to him is what he needs. Thanks.

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