Elevate Kids writes children’s curriculum.

Grace Church finished teaching the “Upside downtown Series.”

Their opening has this cleaver yet accurate song.

“What would you do if everything all around suddenly got flipped upside down?”

If floors became ceilings and basements became roofs, would you be right side up or upside down too?

You see, this world thinks in ways that are topsy and turvey, but don’t fear getting lost, live a life that is worthy.

For God shows us the way and his ways are best. If we choose to obey, we will always pass the test.

                        A+

So consider these stories they are true. They are wise.

Do learn from them and let them all be your guide.

If you do, you won’t confuse your upside with your down, and you’ll never get lost in upside downtown.”

(Elevate kids)

How do we live a life that is worthy?

How do we live a life worthy?

How do we simplify our life and get back to the basics?

Could it still be, love God, love others?

Matthew 22:37-39

Jesus replied, “You must love the Lord your God with all your heart,

and all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.

A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'”

But if God is not the love of our life, there’s no way that we will truly love our neighbors

as ourselves. For we will love ourselves supremely, distorting love.

As Christ-followers, we are designed to love God and others in the same way God loves us.

God is love

1John 4:11

Dear friends, since God loved us that much, we surely ought to love each other.

If we fail to love, we find we are missing what matters most.

If we fail to love, we find we are missing what matters most.

We begin to think in ways that are topsy and turvey, living hurried and overextended lives.

Sacrificing our relationships, even with family because we buy into the lie that, as Chip Ingram would say,

“Performing well, possessing stuff, and providing stuff is what matters most.”

God shows us the way, and his way is still the best.

Love and obey, and we may pass the test.

Until next time, Pam

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.