This month we are reflecting on faithfulness.
Have you heard of geysers?
Geysers shoot hot water and steam high into the air.
The most reliable of these is Old Faithful, which shoots water every 60 to 90 minutes and goes off about 17 times every day.
Old Faithful isn’t the largest geyser in the park, but it’s the one that you’re most likely to see because park rangers can predict when it will go off next.
Old Faithful is predictable - it’s faithful!
Our God is faithful!
For the word of the Lord is right and true;
He is faithful in all He does.
And what does the Bible tells us about how we should be faithful?
Let love and faithfulness never leave you;
bind them around your neck,
write them on the tablet of your heart.
What does it look like to be faithful every day?
“Faithfulness isn’t flashy. Faithfulness is the tiny things you do when no one is watching. Faithfulness is acting on what you know to be true and right, on the days you just don’t ‘feel it’.
Some of our Grade 3 and 7 students shared their thoughts on daily faithfulness.
We also had some Grade 7 story tellers tell us the story of a faithful friend.