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Daily Devotion

April 29, 2017
The coach of the boys' ball team said, "Before we start, I want you to line yourselves up in the order of the most important position on the team." He turned his back, and walked a short distance away. He could hear the boys' confused voices. Finally they yelled, "Okay, we're done!" When he turned, he was pleased to see that they wisely had formed not a line, but a circle! Everyone was important! That's why God sent Jesus to save everyone; we're all important to Him! And we should see each other as God's Children. Gary Weber

 

Bible Verse

Show proper respect to everyone, love the family of believers, fear God, honor the emperor. 1 Peter 2:17

Prayer

Lord God, because we're all precious in your sight, we want to serve you in all ways. In Jesus' Name. Amen.

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Hearts Pumping, Rejoicing

<p>Know what we all have in common? A heart! Can you name any of the parts of the heart? <a href=Download this activity and see if you can!

Your heart has four chambers that work together like a pump, delivering blood to your body. There are two pumps on the right side of the heart. These chambers receive blood that has already been traveling around your body, back to the heart. This process of moving blood through the body is called circulation and it repeats itself all day, every day throughout your life!

With each heartbeat, the right side pumps blood to the lungs where it picks up oxygen from the air you breathe. The blood then travels to the left side of your heart where it is pumped out through the biggest artery in your body called the aorta. The blood is then delivered to areas of your body that need it….kind of like pipes deliver water to the different parts of your house in the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room.

When you exercise, you need more oxygenated blood. Your heart has to work harder! That's why it beats faster after exercise. The sound of your heartbeat is the sound of valves in your heart closing. Valves act like doors in your heart, controlling how much blood goes in and out.

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Know what we all have in common? A heart! Can you name any of the parts of the heart? Download this activity and see if you can!

Your heart has four chambers that work together like a pump, delivering blood to your body. There are two pumps on the right side of the heart. These chambers receive blood that has already been traveling around your body, back to the heart. This process of moving blood through the body is called circulation and it repeats itself all day, every day throughout your life!

With each heartbeat, the right side pumps blood to the lungs where it picks up oxygen from the air you breathe. The blood then travels to the left side of your heart where it is pumped out through the biggest artery in your body called the aorta. The blood is then delivered to areas of your body that need it….kind of like pipes deliver water to the different parts of your house in the kitchen, bathroom and laundry room.

When you exercise, you need more oxygenated blood. Your heart has to work harder! That's why it beats faster after exercise. The sound of your heartbeat is the sound of valves in your heart closing. Valves act like doors in your heart, controlling how much blood goes in and out.

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