• Kori Haring

FOR KIDS: (September 5-11) Isaiah 1-12, "Isaiah 1:16-19"

Isaiah was a great prophet. He not only saw our day, he saw the Savior being born, and the fate of his people because of their wickedness.

Isaiah gives us a formula for repentance and applying the atonement of Christ.

Read Isaiah 1:16-19 together as a family. Have your child write or draw pictures of the three steps. (Wash or repent, stop the sin, and do good or serve others.)

Talk about why all three of these steps are important.

What is the significance of sins being “scarlet?”

Talk about the power of the Atonement of Jesus Christ and what that means for our ability to repent.

Is there anything we can’t repent of?

Who would want us to feel like we were too “dirty” to be cleansed by the atonement?

Optional Activity: Isaiah saw our day. Read Isaiah 2:2-3 and have the children draw what that might have looked like on the back of the paper.

Isaiah also saw the birth of our Savior. Find a picture of Baby Jesus and take turns bearing testimonies of gratitude for Jesus Christ.


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