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About the Author
- File size : 1520 KB
- Publication date : May 8, 2017
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 127 pages
- Publisher : The Vine Publications; 1st edition (May 8, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07199GNYB
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1544276680
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,366,765 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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52 Commands is a once weekly devotional for parents or grandparents to use with their children. Each week begins with a command and a word, with discussion questions, and a coloring page.
The layout of the book is simplistic and beautiful, easy to teach, follow, and lead younger ones through the commands of Christ. The book includes a coloring page with each command to engage your listener. I love that this is not simply a family devotional, but an interactive book to engage those around your devotional time.
Though 52 Commands is designed to be used as a family devotional, it could also be used as a tool to lead one to salvation.
If you’re looking for a family devotional, inclusive of any age, I highly recommend 52 Commands of Jesus.
Tammy L Mashburn
I was blessed to be on the launch team for Susan’s new book “52 Commands for Children”. It is a a one year devotional, Using commands from Christ on how to live. One for each week. She based these off a sermon series her pastor did from teachings from The Institute of Basic Life Principles.
One devotional a week. Humility, Initiative, Endurance, Dependability etc.
I really liked this book and can see me using it with my grandchildren. As well as suggesting it for my friends who are parents of young children.
That said, this, I think is more geared to mid to upper elementary. I will use it with my grandchildren but adapt it a bit. Only because I think some of the language is geared, more for older children.
The same principles are needed in all ages.
She has a coloring page included at the end of each devotional. Rather nice, more like black and white photographs to color in. Great for older children. If you were using this for youngers, you would want to obtain coloring pages that would fit the skill set of younger ones.
Susan includes 3 to 4 talking points for every “command”, using the leading Scripture as her base. Like this, if you have the time and your child’s attention you could use this in one sitting. But it would probably work best to divide it up 3 or 4 days of the week. Always repeating the opening Scripture.
Love some of the ideas she includes for parents. May incorporate them into my own teaching times.
If you are familiar with the Institute for Basic Life Principles and have their character sketches, you could certainly compliment this devotional with their character traits.
I am excited for Susan in her new endeavor!
I was given this book at no cost in exchange for an honest review.