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📒The Child S Story Bible ✍ Catherine F. Vos
📝The Child s Story Bible Book Synopsis : Color pictures, maps, and a glossary clarify these simplified biblical stories from both the Old and New Testaments.
📒The Child S Story Bible ✍ Catherine F. Vos
📝The Child s Story Bible Book Synopsis : First published more than sixty-five years ago, this much- loved Bible storybook continues to instruct and delight today's children and parents.
📒A Child S First Bible ✍ Kenneth N. Taylor
📝A Child s First Bible Book Synopsis : Perfect for taking to church or using at home, young children will love this beautifully illustrated first Bible. A Child's First Bible is a collection of 125 of the most familiar Bible passages, from both the Old and New Testaments. Beginning with the story of Creation and ending with Revelation, the text is retold in simple words by well-known author and translator Kenneth N. Taylor. With its charming illustrations and clear, inspiring text, A Child's First Bible is a must for every child's bookshelf. FEATURES All the great characters and stories of the Bible are included in this beautiful treasury Clear, easy-to-read text is appropriate for young readers, and also fun to read aloud to the pre- school child Simple questions at the end of each Bible passage are designed to highlight important biblical truths.
📒The Children S Bible In 365 Stories ✍ Mary Batchelor
📝The Children s Bible in 365 Stories Book Synopsis : An illustrated collection of 365 stories retold from the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.
📒Children S Illustrated Bible ✍ Selina Hastings
📝Children s Illustrated Bible Book Synopsis : A beautifully illustrated edition of the Bible, created especially for children. From the peak of Mount Sinai to the shores of the Sea of Galilee - Old and New Testament stories are brought to life with photographs and maps to put the stories in context. Perfect for sharing with your child or grandchild or for them to read and discover the Bible on their own.
📒The Golden Children S Bible ✍ Golden Books
📝The Golden Children s Bible Book Synopsis : Illustrations and text combine to provide a children's introduction to the Bible and the stories it tells.
📒Come Ye Children ✍ Gertrude Hoeksema
📝Come Ye Children Book Synopsis : Presents a collection of 198 Bible stories and explains how to apply spiritual teachings to daily life.
📒The Story Of God S Love For You ✍ Sally Lloyd-Jones
📝The Story of God s Love for You Book Synopsis : every story whispers his name… It’s an adventure story about a young Hero who comes from a far country to win back his lost treasure. It’s a love story about a brave Prince who leaves his palace, his throne—everything—to rescue the one he loves. It’s like the most wonderful of fairy tales that has come true in real life! You see, the best thing about this Story is—it’s true. And at the center of the Story, there is a baby. The Child upon whom everything would depend. All the stars and mountains and the oceans and galaxies and everything were nothing compared to how much God loved his children. He would move heaven and earth to be near them. Always. Whatever happened, whatever it cost him, he would always love them. And so it was that the wonderful love story began … —from The Story of God’s Love for You (originally published as The Jesus Storybook Bible)
📒God Made It For You ✍ Charles Lehmann
📝God Made It for You Book Synopsis : A retelling of the story of creation, stressing that God made it all for us.
📒Honey For A Child S Heart ✍ Gladys Hunt
📝Honey for a Child s Heart Book Synopsis : Family favorite now revised and updated, including an annotated list of books for ages 0-12 Everything parents need to know to find the best books for their children Since its publication in 1969, this has been an essential guide for parents wanting to find the best books for their children. Now in its fourth edition, Honey for a Child’s Heart discusses everything from the ways reading affects both children’s view of the world and their imagination to how to choose good books. Illustrated with drawings from dozens of favorites, it includes an indexed and updated list of the best new books on the market and the classics that you want your children to enjoy. Author Gladys Hunt’s tastes are broad, her advice is rooted in experience, and her suggestions will enrich the cultural and spiritual life of any home.
📒A Child S Story Of America ✍ Michael J. McHugh
📝A Child s Story of America Book Synopsis : Students are given a comprehensive overview of U.S. history from Columbus to the present. Review questions are included throughout, as well as helpful maps. The text contains numerous pictures and large print. Grade 4.
📒My Pop Up Bible Stories ✍ Juliet David
📝My Pop Up Bible Stories Book Synopsis : With a pop-up scene on every page, children will cherish this selection of favorite stories from the Old and New Testaments. From the moment Baby Moses is found floating in a basket among the bulrushes to Jesus' stilling of the storm, children will be captivated by Daniel Howarth's remarkable illustrations as each story pops off the page. Stories include: Daniel, Baby Moses, Lost Sheep, Jairus's Daughter, and Stilling the Storm.
📝Children s Bible Reader Book Synopsis : The Christian Bible rendered in child-friendly language and presentation.
📒Leading Little Ones To God ✍ Marian M. Schoolland
📝Leading Little Ones to God Book Synopsis : Presents a collection of Christian teachings for young children based on stories from the Bible, and includes illustrations and Bible verse references.
📒The Complete Illustrated Children S Bible ✍ Janice Emmerson
📝The Complete Illustrated Children s Bible Book Synopsis : Lead your child into a lifetime love of the Bible with this colorful storybook. With nearly 300 beautiful two-page illustrations to capture even the youngest child's imagination and heart, this vast collection of the Bible's most-loved stories is just right for sharing together or reading alone throughout the day. The Complete Illustrated Children's Bible is the perfect picture and storybook for young ones and an ideal first reader your children will treasure.
📒Egermeier S Bible Story Book ✍ Elsie Egermeier
📝Egermeier s Bible Story Book Book Synopsis : Egermeier's Bible Story Book has sold nearly three million copies and continues to be America's favorite Bible story book. It has 312 stories that cover the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Younger children will sit spellbound as you read these stories to them. Older children who read for themselves will return to Egermeier's again and again as a trusted friend. Beauty and simplicity of style invites the meaning of the Bible into the child's heart and mind to become an active part of his life, and to never to be forgotten. This newly updated version carries on an outstanding tradition of excellence. A perfect choice for family devotions, a valuable resource for children's pastors and Sunday school teachers, and a trustworthy guide for kids and adults exploring the Bible for the first time.
📒Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible ✍ David Jeremiah
📝Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible Book Synopsis : Dr. David Jeremiah's first Bible for children ages 7 to 11, The Airship Genesis NKJV Study Bible includes hundreds of engaging study features in a cool futuristic design. The Airship Genesis brand also includes a monthly audio series on DavidJeremiah.org and website with extensive content for kids.
📒The Bible App For Kids Story Book Youversion Onehope ✍ Youversion & Onehope Inc
📝The Bible App for Kids Story Book Youversion Onehope Book Synopsis : Now the most downloaded children's Bible app-- The Bible App for Kids, is available in print. Created in partnership with YouVersion, the creator of The Bible App, which has more than 170 million downloads, and OneHope,Inc. With interactive illustrations, The Bible App For Kids Storybook Bible helps kids discover God's Word as they see Moses part the Red Sea while fish swim on either side, Angels fill the sky to celebrate Jesus' birth, and a boy give his five loaves and two fishes to the disciples so that Jesus can feed the 5,000! Using visual storytelling to build an exciting narrative, The Bible App for Kids Storybook Bible is easily understood by children but enjoyed by the entire family. Each story also includes Scripture reference for readers to look up the original passage in the Bible.
📒The Book Of Job ✍ CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
📝The Book of Job Book Synopsis : The Book of Job is one of the Writings (Ketuvim) of the Hebrew Bible, and the first poetical book in the Christian Old Testament. Addressing the theme of God's justice in the face of human suffering - or more simply, "Why do the righteous suffer?" - it is a rich theological work, setting out a variety of perspectives. It has been widely and often extravagantly praised for its literary qualities - "The greatest poem of ancient and modern times," according to Tennyson, and the only book of the Bible on one list of "The 100 Best Books of All Time".The Book of Job consists of a prose prologue and epilogue narrative framing poetic dialogues and monologues. It is common to view the narrative frame as the original core of the book, enlarged later by the poetic dialogues and discourses, and sections of the book such as the Elihu speeches and the wisdom poem of chapter 28 as late insertions, but recent trends have tended to concentrate on the book's underlying editorial unity.1. Prologue in two scenes, the first on earth, the second in heaven (chapters 1-2);2. Job's opening monologue (chapter 3 - seen by some scholars as a bridge between the prologue and the dialogues and by others as the beginning of the dialogues), and three cycles of dialogues between Job and his three friends (chapters 4-27 - the third cycle is not complete, the expected speech of Zophar being replaced by the wisdom poem of chapter 28):First cycleEliphaz (chapters 4-5) and Job's response (chapters 6-7)Bildad (8) and Job (9-10)Zophar (11) and Job (12-14)Second cycleEliphaz (15) and Job (16-17)Bildad (18) and Job (19)Zophar (20) and Job (21)Third cycleEliphaz (22) and Job (23-24)Bildad (25) and Job (26-27);3. Three monologues:A Poem to Wisdom (chapter 28, previously read as part of the speech of Job, now regarded by most scholars as a separate interlude in the narrator's voice),Job's closing monologue (chapters 29-31),and Elihu's speeches (chapters 32-37);4. Two speeches by God (chapters 38:1-40:5 and 40:6-42:6), with Job's responses;5. Epilogue - Job's restoration (chapters 42:7-17).Job is an investigation of the problem of divine justice. This problem, known in theology as theodicy, can be rephrased as a question: "Why do the righteous suffer?" The conventional answer in ancient Israel was that God rewards virtue and punishes sin (the principle known as "retributive justice"). This assumes a world in which human choices and actions are morally significant, but experience demonstrates that suffering cannot be sensibly understood as a consequence of bad choices and actions, and unmerited suffering requires theological candour.The biblical concept of righteousness was rooted in the covenant-making God who had ordered creation for communal well-being, and the righteous were those who invested in the community, showing special concern for the poor and needy (see Job's description of his life in chapter 31); their antithesis were the wicked, who were selfish and greedy. The satan raises the question of whether there is such a thing as disinterested righteousness: if God rewards righteousness with prosperity, will men not act righteously from selfish motives? He asks God to test this by removing the prosperity of Job, the most righteous of all God's servants.The book begins with the frame narrative, giving the reader an omniscient "God's eye perspective" which introduces Job as a man of exemplary faith and piety, "blameless and upright," who "fears God" and "shuns evil."
📝The Gospel According to Matthew Book Synopsis : The publication of the King James version of the Bible, translated between 1603 and 1611, coincided with an extraordinary flowering of English literature and is universally acknowledged as the greatest influence on English-language literature in history. Now, world-class literary writers introduce the book of the King James Bible in a series of beautifully designed, small-format volumes. The introducers' passionate, provocative, and personal engagements with the spirituality and the language of the text make the Bible come alive as a stunning work of literature and remind us of its overwhelming contemporary relevance.