God's Mighty Warrior Devotional Bible

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This popular devotional Bible teaches boys how to be the mighty warriors God created them to be.

Even though they are often filled with energy and imagination, boys may not always feel very mighty. With this devotional Bible in storybook format, boys can learn how to be strong, honorable, courageous, and true. Selections of Bible text from the International Children’s Bible® ...

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Overview

This popular devotional Bible teaches boys how to be the mighty warriors God created them to be.

Even though they are often filled with energy and imagination, boys may not always feel very mighty. With this devotional Bible in storybook format, boys can learn how to be strong, honorable, courageous, and true. Selections of Bible text from the International Children’s Bible® are combined with delightful articles to help a budding warrior earn his armor and grow strong in the Lord.

Features include:

  • The Belt of Truth (Morals and values)
  • Guard Your Heart (Manners for boys)
  • Stand Strong (Sharing the Good News with friends)
  • Shield of Faith (How to make right choices)
  • Helmet of Salvation (Knowing right from wrong)
  • Sword of the Spirit (Scripture memory)
  • Mighty Warriors (Bible heroes)
  • Adventure Quest (Encouragement for imagination and adventure)

Note: CPSIA tested.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781400320400
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/5/2012
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 691,792
  • Age range: 4 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Sheila Walsh, Women of Faith® speaker, is the author of the award-winning Gigi, God's Little Princess® series, God Loves Broken People, The Shelter of God's Promises, andanovel,Sweet Sanctuary. Sheila lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2008

    Don't even read this...

    Who ever said that in the spiritual world only guys could be warriors? This book is such a cliché about how guys have to be strong and girls have to help and succumb to the man of the house.

    1 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 10, 2012

    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!

    This is a wonderful book. I had bought it for my Grandson who is 4 years old for Christmas. He was very excited when he heard the title. What little boy would not be happy being called a Warrior? Since he is young his parents read it to him, which also encourages Mommy,Daddy time. It has stories that are written for young children to understand. The stories teach morality and includes fun activities.
    I was very happy with my purchase.

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  • Posted April 15, 2010

    hmmm

    well, i havn't read the book but i think these 2 reviews are bogus. the first review is obviously a new christian and the second may be new or some such sub category. if the book really is how they make it sound than it is wonderful. men should have a special place in our society as the protectors and shelter of the family. that is how God made it. yes, men and women are on the same playing feild but they have diferent roles. just like in a soccer game. society today is trying to make men and women both goalies when it should be one goalie and one center. or whatever. noone has a problem making little girls into princess' but who on earth could emagine a mas as an impowered "worrior of God"? For Gods sake people. get over the womens rights movement already....

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 27, 2009

    It's sad you're teaching this to children from such a young age.

    This is why people don't want to be Christians. People like Sheila shouldn't write books like this and pretend like their God's messenger or something. People like her are stuck in the Old Testament although Jesus came to liberate us from religion and obviously times have changed. It says it in the bible that in the end times that people aren't going to want to have children or get married, and women are going to be equal to men. Its expected from many Christians that women tend to the house, take care of the children, succumb to the male and work as well and still be under the order of the man of the house. Before men were the only provider with more education and women were treated like cattle. Don't forget that Jesus was Jewish but he didn't agree with a lot of things that the Jews believed in. He wanted to change and did change a lot of things but couldn't change everything to his liking because the times were different and he followed the laws of the men. Remember that he even got outlawed by the Jews and he was crucified. Christians like you make it look like its a terrible thing that women have the same privileges as men and they make it look like Eve shoved a fruit down Adam's throat. You can't know good if you don't know evil. They were like children because they didn't even know consequences. Obviously it has to be a fifty fifty relationship and that's the reason why a lot of people are getting divorces. Nowadays, women could be head of the house and what she says goes but that's not how it should be; it should be 50/50 so that the relationship could hold. I bet if you walk into Sheila's church the women are still sitting separate from the men in the back and they're still wearing the turban or veil. If you did your study in bible school you'd know that way back then in Noah's time the fallen angel's (demons) had sex with the women to corrupt the human DNA so that the messiah wouldn't be born and that's why women started hiding themselves. Its a ridiculous assumption that guys are the only warriors because God gives people callings and it has nothing to do with their sex. If you really look at what a Spiritual warrior is, it's not putting combat boots and going into the army. it's a spiritual war where you get down on your knees and ask god to equip you with his sword, shield and armor (his word and his protection). I know that a lot of Christians might probably go berserk after they read but try to see where I'm coming from. The bible was put together and they excluded a lot of true things and that's the reason why some questions are left unanswered to a few people and why its confusing to them. Even nowadays the Bible still keeps changing.

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