Share the life-changing power of Scripture with your children!
John 3:16, Psalm 23, 1 John 1:9—learning these truths for the first time is an exciting moment!
Snuggle up with your little one, and introduce 100 of the best-loved Bible verses alongside a simple devotion and prayer. Whimsical accompanying illustrations make these biblical truths even more memorable.
Introduce your child to a new Bible verse today!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
100 Favorite Bible Verses for Children is a devotional book with the main goal of recognizing key scripture verses and how it can be applied to our lives. Parents and caregivers are given an excellent resource in this title as it perfectly simplifies verses through a not overly wordy explanation that young children can comprehend. Questions pondered and asked about each verse are likely to already be answered in each day's applicable reading. This book does a great job in drawing children in. From the front to back cover and all throughout there are interesting animals illustrations to keep the attention of curious eyes. The book isn't overly busy nor is it not interesting. It's very well-rounded, in my opinion. The inner beginning pages of the book have your general to, from, and date page. A few pages following, there's "A Letter to Parents" section. This letter walks one through the importance of sharing scripture with a child and in how to go about doing so with this book. It clearly states and suggests that you can use this book as a devotional or as a guide for memorizing scripture. I personally feel it would work well doing both at the same time. The layout for each reading features a number, a title, a reading and short ending prayer. The scripture verse for the reading always is on a single page with an illustration. I feel it's important to point out that the scripture translation differs from verse to verse and doesn't stick specifically to one. An example of a daily reading is "The Good Shepherd" that focuses on John 3:16. The reading explains what a shepherd is, how Jesus is sometimes called the Good Shepherd, how we are like sheep, and how Jesus watches over us. I think it does a great job in shedding light on this very well known verse. I feel this is a nice scripture based devotional book. I think it's important for children to start memorizing and recognizing scripture and this book does a great job in helping with that. In being meant to walk through with your child or children this a great way to also draw closer together as a family. Perfect to read in the morning, afternoon, or before bed. I recommend it! Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy as part of the BookLook Bloggers Program.
Charming is a somewhat overused word but it certainly describes this little book that is packed with whimsical illustrations and biblical truths in the format of a verse, devotion, and prayer that gives parents a grand opportunity to daily impart familiarity of scripture to their little ones. John 3:16, Psalm 23, 1 John 1:9—learning these truths for the first time is an exciting moment! Now while I personally believe the KJV is the best translation to use, this little book uses an assortment of translations. The key is to impart the gist of the verse and what it means. Parents can choose the specific version they prefer for any memorization and/or further impartation of understanding. Let your little one develop the life changing habit of daily reading God's Word and devotionals that help him or her apply these truths to their entire life. Snuggle time? Absolutely! Grab a favorite blanket, a beloved teddy or dolly, cuddle with mom or dad and learn to hide God's Word in their heart. DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy from the BookLook Reviewers program on behalf of the publisher, Thomas Nelson to facilitate a review. Opinions are my own and are freely given.