You Matter

You Matter

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by SGM Lifewords
     
 
A simple illustrated booklet for young people. The message "You matter to God" is presented using the parable of the Prodigal Son.

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A simple illustrated booklet for young people. The message "You matter to God" is presented using the parable of the Prodigal Son.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044725386
Publisher:
SGM Lifewords
Publication date:
07/05/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

SGM Lifewords has been freely sharing the Bible’s life words since 1888. Our vision is to present the life-giving words of Scripture, to see hearts changed and lives transformed. For over 100 years we have helped others share the Bible’s life words through literature resources (booklets, leaflets, gospels and testaments) in more than 1,000 different languages.

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You Matter 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a beautiful read and we dont always remember as believers that all belong to god and he loves the sinner also c l
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story mentions more about forgiveness and pity than why you actually matter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a really cute book i like the use of scripture and the pictures were adorable they went well with the book i just wished it was longer and to everyone out there you matter god loves you god bless
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
DO NOT POST HERE!<p> Add ons? Post them at result 12!<p> Greek Goddesses:<p> A<br> Achelois ~ One of the moon Goddesses<br> Alcyone ~ One of the seven Pleiades<br> Alectrona ~ Goddess of the sun and of morning<br> Amphitrite ~ Goddess of the sea<br> Antheia ~ Goddess of gardens and swamps<br> Aphaea ~ Goddess of the gulf<br> Aphrodite ~ Goddess of love and beauty<br> Artemis ~ Goddess of the hunt<br> Astraea ~ Goddess of justice<br> Ate ~ Goddess of mischief and ruin<br> Athena ~ Goddess of wisdom and war strategy<br> Atropos ~ Goddess of fate and destiny<p> B<br> Bia ~ Goddess of force and energy<br> Brizo ~ Prophet Goddess<p> C<br> Calliope ~ Muse of poetry<br> Calypso ~ Sea Nymph daughter of Atlas<br> Celaeno ~ One of the Pleiades<br> Ceto ~ Primordial Goddess of sea monsters<br> Circe ~ Goddess of magic<br> Clio ~ Muse of history<br> Clotho ~ Fate responsible for spinning the thread of human life<br> Cybele ~ Goddess of caverns, mountains and nature<p> D<br> Demeter ~ Goddess of agriculture<br> Doris ~ Mother of Nereids<p> E<br> Eileithyia ~ Goddess of childbirth<br> Electra ~ One of the Pleiades<br> Elpis ~ Spirit of hope<br> Enyo ~ Goddess of war and destruction<br> Eos ~ Goddess of dawn<br> Erato ~ Muse of lyric poetry<br> Eris ~ Goddess of discord and chaos<br> Euterpe ~ Muse of music<p> G<br> Gaia ~ Primal Goddess of the earth<p> H<br> Harmonia ~ Goddess of harmony<br> Hebe ~ Goddess of eternal youth<br> Hemera ~ Primordial Goddess of day<br> Hera ~ Goddess of mariage<br> Hestia ~ Goddess of the hearth<br> Hygea ~ Goddess of good health<p> I<br> Iris ~ Goddess of rainbows<p> K<br> Khione ~ Goddess of snow<br> Kotys ~ Goddess of celebrations<p> L<br> Lachesis ~ Fate that measure thread and determines destiny<p> M<br> Maia ~ one of the Pleiades and Goddess of fields<br> Mania ~ Goddess of insanity<br> Melpomene ~ Muse of tragedy<br> Merope ~ One of the Pleiades<br> Metis ~ Titan Goddess of wisdom<p> N<br> Nemesis ~ Goddess of vengeance<br> Nike ~ Goddess of victory<br> Nyx ~ Primordial Goddess of the night<p> P<br> Peitho ~ Goddess of persuasion and se<_>duction<br> Persephone ~ Goddess of vegitation and spring<br> Pheme ~ Goddess of fame and gossip<br> Polyhymnia ~ Muse of dance and geometry<p> R<br> Titan Goddess of nature<p> S<br> Selene ~ Goddess of the moon and vampires<br> Sterope ~ One of the Pleiades<br> Styx ~ Goddess of the River Styx<p> T<br> Taygete ~ One of the Pleiades<br> Terpsichore ~ Goddess of dance and a Muse<br> Thalia ~ Muse of comedy<br> Themis ~ Titan Goddess of order and law<br> Thetis ~ Goddess of water and shapshifting<br> Tyche ~ Goddess of fortune<p> U<br> Urania ~ Muse of astronomy<p> Thanks! Thats all! ~&#167&#1108&#1026&#25282