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This is part 3 of 3 in the Kids Survival Guide sermonlink series

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Memory Verse
Matthew 7:12 Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you.

Okay, so far we’ve learned two important basics that every kid should know. We need to put God first in our lives and we need to obey our parents. And now we need to know about how to treat everyone else. Let’s get right to the point.

Kids Basic #3 – Treat Others ________

So, that means:

  • Don’t sneak up and scare your friends
  • Don’t head butt your friends
  • Don’t fall from a tree on top of your friends
  • Don’t tackle your friends
  • Don’t hit kids with bananas

No, those are weird examples. Here’s what it really means:

The 3 Ways to Know You’re Treating Others Right

  • be ________ to every kid,
  • don’t say ________ things behind their back,
  • and treat others how _______ want to be treated.

That sound familiar? It’s the Golden Rule.

The _______________ Says: Treat Others the Way You Want to Be Treated

Did you know that comes from the Bible? It is in the book of Matthew and it’s our memory verse.

Matthew 7:12 Do to others whatever you would like them to do to you.

It’s pretty simple. If you want to survive and win at being a kid, treat others right. Treat them the way you want to be treated.

Answers: Right, Nice, Mean, You, Golden Rule           Parent Signature:_____________________________

Questions:

  1. What was your favorite part of the video? What is one thing you learned from the video?
  2. Describe a time someone was really nice to you. How did that feel? What about a time someone was really mean to you. How did that feel?
  3. How well do you think you’re doing at treating others right? What are you good at? What needs some work?
  4. Make a list of how you want to be treated. Now, look at that list. Do you think you can treat others that way?
  5. Read Proverbs 18:24. How can the “not so nice” friends hurt you? Why do you think a true friend is compared to a brother (sister)?
  6. How will you apply this lesson to your life this week?

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