Bible Promises to Live By for Women by Katherine Butler, is a small book but it packs a punch. It has over 500 promises found in the Word of God that cover a plethora of topics. These promises ring true and can be applied to the life of anyone that is willing to fall fully into the promises God has for them.
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Wow! The Good News in Four Words by Dandi Daley Mackall is a great hard-cover picture book! It is geared toward boys and girls ages 3-6 years old. It presents in a simplified way on how to come to know Jesus as their own personal Savior and Lord.
The main four words used are Wow, Uh-oh, Yes, and Ahh. Each word is broken down through the book. The word “Wow” for example demonstrates and explains the creation of the world, the word Uh-Oh shows how sin entered the world and how we became separated from God, you get the picture. The message is powerful and it’s the most simplified version of the gospel I’ve seen for children in this age range.
Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal is a lovely book. This book is a nice size perfect for taking along anywhere. I feel it would be a good stepping point if one is new to journaling as well as the coloring trend that’s all a buzz. That being said, if you are looking for intricate illustrations to color or page upon page to journal reflections in, this book won’t provide that. It’s perfect for someone that doesn’t have a lot of time to themselves which seems like most these days, myself included.
Flash the Donkey Makes New Friends is an adorable book that teaches children the importance of helping others and being kind. In the story, there are animal characters that meet a traveling homeless donkey named Flash. Something happens to donkey making him in need of help and a hen, pig, and goat comes to his aid.
All Is Bright: A Devotional Journey to Color Your Way to Christmas is a great book to use during the Advent season whether alone or with the family! It features glossy gold stars that shine on the cover that welcomes one in. The devotional content in this book focuses fully on the birth of Christ starting with God’s promise for a Saviour and ending with Paul’s message of pressing on into the future. This devotional runs not just through the Christmas season but from December 1st to December 31st.