Okay, everyone, this is our last devotional time together. How sad! I want you to turn to a partner and tell them one thing you have learned in our time together.
Throughout these ten weeks, we have learned about three truths and one action we can all do. Does anyone remember what those are?
For the past ten weeks, we have been discussing these truths:
- He made you on purpose and for a purpose.
- You can ALWAYS trust God and His Word.
- God loves you and sent Jesus to save you.
All these truths have been preparing us to do two things: love God and love others.
Throughout these past few weeks, we have reviewed God’s Game Plan for each of us. We have seen that He cares about each little thing in our lives and about helping us become better. As your coach, I chose to do this devotional because I also care about you all becoming better. Not just better at your sport, but better young men and women. I want you to be good at what you do here on the field, but more importantly, I want you to be good off the field in how you live your life.
We started by learning that God is the Light that guides us through the darkness of this world. Life may not be easy, but if we trust Christ, the darkness will not win. We can trust Christ because we know He is a promise keeper, and He has promised to love us no matter what we do. Because of His great love for us, we are to love others as part of God’s team. We all have the choice to be on God’s team, but we must understand that there is only one way for that to happen – through faith in Jesus.
All of these lessons led to “The FOUR.” Can anyone tell me what the four symbols are? (heart, division sign, cross, and question mark) These symbols are an easy way to learn how to share the Gospel with others. Last, we talked about how people will know that you have Christ in you by the fruit you produce. We can show this fruit by glorifying God and telling others about Him.
We have learned a lot over the past few weeks! I hope you understand how much God and I care about you and how God is moving and working in your life every day.
- What was your favorite part about Team Huddle times?
- What will you live differently?
- Have you realized that God may be asking you to do something?
“God, thank You for this time together. Thank You for each kid here and the time and attention they have given. I pray that Your words have moved them to action and that they will bring You glory. I pray that as we keep growing as a team, they will keep growing in their relationship with You. Amen.”