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Leading Little Ones to God: A Child's Book of Bible Teachings Paperback – May 7, 1995
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It begins with Part One: Looking for God, and Part Two: God is Very Great. Each "part" consists of about 5-8 individual lessons on the subject, using people from the Bible to learn from, in how God uses them. Then we are taken through the introduction of sin, God's law, what Jesus did for us, prayer, and several others, ending with Part Fourteen: Things That Are to Happen. Each lesson includes "something to talk about" (questions for the children to answer about the lesson), a related Scripture from the Bible, suggested Bible reading, a hymn to sing that relates to the lesson, and a prayer to say, asking the Lord to help us with those things we learned that day in our lesson.
Needless to point out here, I can't say enough about this devotional. It is a wonderful way to teach your children about God in a thorough and consistant way, and help them to love learning about the Lord and his nature, and what he does for his children. You'll love going through it with your little ones and watching their love and understanding for God grow.
So, instead of asking a question and giving an answer, the concepts are presented in a conversational fashion. While I do agree with one reviewer who balked at certain word choices like 'happy', if the adult will read the material first, those words can be substituted with more appropriate ones. In other words, it shouldn't be a deal breaker. I've also found that some of the Scripture readings at the end of the section aren't the best ones. Again, with a little prep work, the adult, using their own Bible concordance, can find Scriptures that relate to the section a little better and use the same verbiage. This is a good thing because you are studying right along with your children.
Moving along. The questions after each reading are great and while not always terribly thought-provoking, ensure the child/children were listening and grasp the main concepts. The hymns are strange to me because I only know the tune of a few of them. We usually skip them or sing the ones we know that speak of the same things.Read more ›
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I am going through this book a second time now. I read it through with my two oldest a few years ago. Now I'm reading it with my two youngest. It is such a sweet, valuable book.Published 1 month ago by Nancy F.
This devotional book is very good. Biblically sound stories with questions good for small children to answer about each days lesson.Published 1 month ago by Georgie girl
I got it for my younger siblings and for my nieces and nephews. They all love it and find it interesting!Published 2 months ago by Kelly Ayapan
This book is perfect. my 7 y/o was excited when it came in and sat down and read it ON HIS OWN for days. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert J.
Some have commented that this book doesn't speak to our sinful nature and they don't want to have to sit with their children and clarify things they read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Osborne