Thank You, dear God, for blessing me
With food, a home, and a family.
And now, O Lord, I ask if You might,
Help me be honest and do what is right.
Following the success of the bestselling God's Wisdom for Little Girls, now the wonderful teachings of Proverbs come to life for young boys, age 4-7, too! In God's Wisdom for Little Boys memorable rhymes by Jim and Elizabeth George play alongside watercolors by Judy Luenebrink for a charming presentation of truths to live by.
With each turn of the page, parents and their children discover that God's little boy is
...and so much more!
Imparting God's wisdom to sons, grandsons, and any young boy today will help them become men of God tomorrow. This charming book is a gift that will make an eternal impression on every special boy in your life.
Short verses based on proverbs from the Bible provide examples of how to live as God wants us to, by doing such things as sharing toys, being friendly, and helping around the house.
Blessings Every Day: 365 Simple Devotions for the Very Young (Little Blessings)
Blessings Every Day introduces young children ages 2-5 to the Bible and its wonderful promises. The simple devotions feature a Bible verse for every day of the year along with text written in a light, upbeat style that connects with a young child's experiences. Each devotion is highlighted by a short poem or prayer, and every page is colorfully enhanced with an adorable illustration by the Care Bears artist.
Ages 2 and up
Author: Dandi Daley Mackall
Anna feels quite grown up when she spends the night at her grandpa and grandma's house. But at bedtime, when night falls and the big house seems less familiar, Anna wants to know, "Can God see me in the dark?" Weaving the tender and child-friendly story of Anna with a Biblical account of Pentecost, CAN GOD SEE ME IN THE DARK? helps children learn how to know and see Jesus with the "eyes of their heart." This simple yet powerful story explains the gift of the Holy Spirit to children in a way that assures them of Jesus' abiding love and presence in their lives.
Author: Neal Lozano