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God's Word

God's Word

Lessons: 26
Target Grade: Elementary

This illustrated family devotional was adapted for elementary students (but applicable for all ages) from our Midweek curriculum I Stand in Awe and provides a way for the entire family to learn the main message of the Bible—why God’s Word is so precious and so powerful. Teachers can supplement their lessons and parents can enrich their family devotions with the activities and personal applications from God's Word.


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Because God wrote the Bible to everyone, even young children can understand the Bible's message of sin and redemption. God's Word provides a captivating, child-friendly resource for parents to approach the Bible with their children and to involve them in reading it for themselves.

In this full-color, illustrated book, Sally Michael explores how the Word came to us, what it tells us about its Author, what it tells us about ourselves, and why it is the most special book ever written. After children learn about the Bible and how to read it, God's Word takes them a step further and teaches them to be doers of what they read. Give your children a firm, early foundation on the truth and introduce them to God's Word! (128 pages)

Many adults do not have a good understanding of the doctrine of the Word of God. Sally Michael has written an easy-to-read devotional book that will help parents teach their children about the properties of Scripture. God’s Word shouldn't be intimidating. A proper knowledge of the Bible gives us hope, helps us to identify false teaching, increases our gratitude and trust in God, and results in his Word becoming more precious to us. Don’t you want that for you and your family? What are you waiting for?

—Aimee Byrd, Author of Housewife Theologian, Blogger