Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids: 52 Devotions with Easy Bible Memory in 5 Words or Less

Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids: 52 Devotions with Easy Bible Memory in 5 Words or Less

by Robin Schmitt

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Overview

Enhanced with beautiful gemstone photographs throughout, Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids gives readers 52 devotions—one for each week of the year—to read, reflect upon, and put into practice. By the end of the year, children will have learned more than 52 easy-to-memorize Scripture verses!

Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids, written by Robin Schmitt, shows how God can accomplish amazing things with just a few words. Scripture is filled with “gemstones”—concise statements of five words or less that hold great value, meaning, and power. This photo-driven devotional includes 52 of these special Bible gems to memorize as well as additional gems to ponder at the end of the devotion.

Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids:

  • Includes 52 devotions, one for each week of the year, enhanced with beautiful gemstone photos that encourage children to memorize Scripture
  • Is creatively based on Scripture “gemstones” that are concise statements of five words or less that hold great value, meaning, and power
  • Features a gorgeous cover that sparkles and shines

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310746256
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication date: 08/06/2019
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 1,133,696
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Robin Schmitt has written several books for children and adults, including The Adventure Bible Handbook, The NIV Adventure Bible Book of Devotions, Married for Life, 101 Amazing Things About Heaven, and The 100 Most Important Bible Verses for Men. Robin has a passion for inspiring readers of all ages toward spiritual maturity and childlike faith. He lives in Michigan with his wife and three children. Robin blogs at www.robinschmitt.com

Table of Contents

A Note to Parents 8

There is a God 9

The Lord is good 13

God loves you 15

We are God's handiwork 17

Christ has set us free 21

God will be with you 25

Do what it says 29

Jesus lives forever 33

Live for the Lord 37

God is faithful 39

There is only one God 43

Not my will, but yours 45

Love the Lord 49

The last will be first 51

Do everything in love 55

Train yourself to be godly 59

Let your light shine 63

Be transformed 67

Make noble plans 71

Gain a heart of wisdom 75

Do not give up 79

Overcome evil with good 83

Clothe yourselves with humility 87

Remember the miracles 91

Ask God for help 95

Two are better than one 99

Come near to God 103

Walk with the wise 105

Live as Jesus did 109

Fight the good fight 111

God loves a cheerful giver 115

Do what is right 119

Forgive one another 123

Put your hope in God 127

Live together in unity 131

With my God I can 133

Here am I. Send me! 137

Value others above yourselves 141

Honor your father and mother 143

Guard your heart 147

Run with perseverance 151

Speak truthfully 153

Christ's love compels us 155

Bear fruit for God 159

Look straight ahead 163

Set an example 167

Always keep on praying 171

Your sins are forgiven 173

Rejoice in the Lord always 177

Trust in God's unfailing love 181

One person sharpens another 185

Glorify the King of heaven 187

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Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids: 52 Devotions with Easy Bible Memory in 5 Words or Less 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
lolly-pops 8 months ago
This BIBLE GEMS TO REMEMBER DEVOTIONAL FOR KIDS is a lot deeper than I expected for a kids devotional. They are written simply, so even a younger child can understand, but yet they contain more meat than a lot of adult devotionals. I was pleasantly surprised! There are 52 devotions, if you want to do one a week (like for a short kid's lesson at a Christian club or backyard club) or you can use them for daily devotions. The verses are considerably edited, to make it simple memorization. Like "There is a God." "Trust God." They are designed for today's kids with short attention spans and no ability to memorize long passages. However, I do not think the cover sparkles and shines. I was given a copy free. All opinions are my own.
connywithay 8 months ago
“This book offers a year’s worth of inspiring, encouraging Gems–one per week–paired with insightful devotions to help readers understand the Gem and relate to it,” the note to parents states in Robin Schmitt’s children’s book, Bible Gems to Remember Devotions for Kids: 52 Devotions with Easy Bible Memory in 5 Words or Less. ~ What ~ This one-hundred-and-ninety-two-page paperback targets young children from eight to twelve years old who like applicable devotions gleaned from the Holy Bible. By using less than five-word “Gems,” the topics are easy to remember and memorize. The New International Version of the Bible is referenced, and colored photographs with highlighted areas that include pictures of gemstones are added. After an ownership page, table of contents, and introduction, the book contains fifty-two devotions to be read one a week. Covering two to four pages, each chapter begins with a short title that can be memorized, followed by a written out Bible verse or two. Several paragraphs relate to the topic, whether about the Old or New Testament, a Biblical character, or current day event or object. The subject correlates how the reader can be closer to God or learn more about Him. Two to three Gems are at the end with corresponding verses to look up or research. Some of the chapters are titled: Christ has set us free, The last will be first, Come near to God, Fight the good fight, Guard your heart, Set an example, Rejoice in the Lord always, and One person sharpens another. ~ Why ~ Teaching vulnerable young adults about God can be challenging, especially when they want to take a step further and do devotional reading. I like that this one is easy to read and relate to by its age group while using the concept of memorizing short “gems” from the Bible. It is thoughtful that the author has written an illustrated Bible in the same manner for younger kids, while this one is geared toward those older. An example of one chapter I enjoyed is “There is Only One God” with Romans 3:30 written out. The contents explain how Elijah from the Old Testament was in a contest with the prophets of Baal to start a fire, and he won when he called upon God. The section challenges the reader to be convinced of God’s existence and power. The two ending Gems are “You alone, Lord, are God” from 2 Kings 19:19 and “There is none like you” from Psalm 86:8. ~ Why Not ~ Those who do not want to promote teaching a tween or pre-teen about God and the Bible will pass on this book. It appears the book is mainly for those who already have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It may be too advanced for younger readers. ~ Wish ~ I could not find the eternal plan of salvation at the beginning of the book and wish Jesus dying on the cross for our sins was mentioned before the 48th chapter. I prefer all pronouns of God were capitalized for reverence. ~ Want If you are looking for a book for older kids of devotions from the Bible that can be read one a week throughout a year and contains memory words related to them, this would be an good choice for a young Christian who wants to get closer to God. Thanks to Z-Blog Squad for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.