Pretzel Sticks & God’s Promises

Trust in God's Promises

God promised us that His love will never fail and that He is faithful in every way. No matter what happens in our lives, His love for us is unending and unbreakable. In fact, not one promise that God made was ever broken. Therefore, we can trust God and that He will carry us through any situation we might encounter.

So, how do we explain this to a child? 

Use this simple pretzel stick activity as a visual to teach your children that once a promise is broken, it’s impossible to repair! Fortunately for us, we serve a God who will NEVER break His promise and we can put our trust in Him. In fact, God promises to make our paths straight — just like a pretzel stick — when we trust in Him.

Materials Needed:

  • Pretzel sticks — 1 for the lesson, and more for snacking!
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