By Catherine DeVries, Jim Madsen
The most up-to-date variation to the top-selling event sequence, this storybook Bible for children a long time 4-7 will commence them on a trip of learning in regards to the Bible and transforming into with God as they develop up with the journey Bible, at all ages and degree, starting with the Bible Storybook and carrying on with on via age 12 with the NIV variation. At each twist and switch, the journey Bible Storybook is full of ---what else ---ADVENTURE! mom and dad and household should be guaranteed that kids who learn it's going to study the most tales and topics from the Bible, yet all inside a enjoyable, intriguing topic of studying, mind's eye, and suspense ---everything you'll count on from a wonderful experience. This storybook comprises a few lesser identified tales which are fairly adventurous, akin to Paul's shipwreck at the island of Malta, and whilst the Israelites went to secret agent at the humans of Canaan.The event Bible Storybook used to be the 2009 outlets selection Award winner within the kid's Nonfiction type.
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In the sky, soaring birds and fluttering butterflies. God made them all in just one day. The fifth day. What fun God had making wild animals of every kind — tall, short, furry, smooth! Then God made Adam, the very first man. And God made Eve, the very first woman. Wild animals and people. All in one day. The sixth day. Then God rested. For an entire day. The seventh day. God’s world and everything that lived in it was ready now … ready for the adventure to begin. Adam and Eve Sin Genesis 2:15 – 17; Genesis 3 As Eve sat on a warm rock, she felt something slide against her toes.
Even though the den was dark, Daniel could see their shining eyes, circling around him. Getting closer and closer. Daniel fell to his knees. He lifted his hands and prayed to God, just like he did every day. He prayed, “Oh, Lord, I know you are with me. ” As he opened his eyes, Daniel searched for the eyes of the lions. But he couldn’t see them. And he couldn’t hear the lions’ angry growl, or the sound of their tails swishing back and forth. Instead Daniel saw something he didn’t expect. He blinked several times.
Each step was a painful struggle. Then Roman soldiers nailed Jesus to the cross. And in a few hours, Jesus died. For you. For me. For the whole world. In the greatest act of love we will ever know, Jesus took our sins away. He paid for them on the cross. And now, if we believe he is our Savior, we can live with him forever in heaven someday. Jesus Is Alive! Mark 16:1 – 11 The tomb was empty! How could it be? The huge stone had been rolled away from the entrance. Mary Magdalene, Salome, and Mary, the mother of James, had brought spices with them to put on Jesus’ body.