Jesus will forgive me (Day 11 of 2 Weeks 2 the Cross)

Jackson models his three cross bead necklace.

Jackson models his three cross bead necklace.

Not only did Jesus pay for the sins of the world, He paid for the sins of the two men that hung on either side of Him.

We learn in Luke 23:39-43 that one man hurled insults at Jesus, mocking Him for saying He was the Son of God. The other criminal believed that Jesus WAS the Son of God.

Day 11 Connection Icon: three crosses

Day 11 Connection Icon: three crosses

While Jesus suffered, He also forgave.

The criminal admitted he was a sinner, and asked Jesus to remember him when He came into His kingdom.

Jesus promised, “Today, you will be with me in paradise.”

When we call out to Jesus, admitting our sin and believing in His sacrifice, our end will be the same.

Today we made cross necklaces to help us remember the salvation Jesus brought to this man who was dying next to Him, and to those of us who have committed our life to Jesus, too.

Find out more about how to KNOW that you will be in heaven when this life is over by reading this. If you have questions, please send them to me here, and I will do my best to share with you what the Bible says about life here, and how through Jesus we can have eternal life with Him.

Learn about our 2 Weeks 2 the Cross journey, and join us as we turn our hearts to Jesus this Easter!

A close-up of the Three Cross Bead Necklace. This simple craft project is easy to modify and great for young toddlers with supervision or grade schoolers who want to be creative.

A close-up of the Three Cross Bead Necklace. This simple craft project is easy to modify and great for young toddlers with supervision or grade schoolers who want to be creative. As a bonus, it happens to be “Wear a Cross” theme at AWANA, so we get to wear ours to church tonight!

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