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Blind Bartimaeus and The Watchful Servants

Hi, Kids! It’s October, and we’re three quarters of the way through the year! Can you believe it? While you’re studying and playing hard, keep in mind our goal of being more and more unselfish. There are always opportunities to think more about others. The more we look for these opportunities, the more we find them!

To help us see unselfishness in a new light, we’re going to read two Bible stories – one from Mark (10:46-52) and the other from Luke (12:35-38). The story in Mark is about blind Bartimaeus, who really, really wants Jesus to heal him. And Jesus, as unselfish as anyone can be, does. The story in Luke is a parable (a story that teaches a lesson), which Jesus tells to help us keep watch, be of service, and stay unselfish.

So, this month, our job is to be more selfless, meeting others’ needs with healing thoughts, as Jesus did. And, it’s to be more willing to keep our light on all the time, just as the servants did for their lord. Let’s dig in!

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