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The One Year Devotions for Preschoolers (Little Blessings) Hardcover – September 1, 2004
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Want to spend time with your child as you teach your little one to spend time with God each day?
"The One Year Book of Devotions for Preschoolers" provides easy-to-understand devotions and beautiful art featuring Kaitlyn, Jack, Zoe, and Parker. Preschoolers will learn that they can talk with God about everything they do.
Enjoy this newest book in the Little Blessings collection together!
Top customer reviews
-Inconsistent theology throughout devotional
-Espouses works-based theology which is unbiblical and unchristian
-Encourages the view that you need to be good for God to help you or love you or be happy with you
-"The more you read the Bible and pray, the more God will help you." - no God will help you if you call out to Him, period...not if you read your Bible more and pray more.
-"But God doesn't want us to worry about riches. Being a good person is more important." -Being a good person is more important? Actually, having a relationship with God is *most* important. Being a good person isn't the goal. Knowing and loving God is the goal. Loving others is a natural outflow of knowing and loving God.
-Cute, rhyming prayers
-Dated so you know where you left off
Some of the prayers I modify a bit to focus more on thanking God, but we haven't found anything objectionable. I like that it talks about talking to God when we are sad and about being God's special creation even if we are not as big or strong as our friends. The topics it covers are a bit advanced for a two year old, but he's young for the book. I'm sure in a year he'll be ready for these things.