Gods Big Promises Bible Storybook
Watch children discover God’s big promises and how Jesus keeps every one of them!
– 92 faithfully-told stories from the Old & New Testaments
– Simple, memorable language for small children
– 400+ pages filled with vibrant, illustrations
– Bright icons trace 5 themes of God’s promises throughout Scripture
God’s Big Promises Bible Storybook contains both familiar stories, such as Noah & the ark, David & Goliath, and Daniel & the lions’ den, and lesser-known stories such as Jacob & Esau and Simeon & Anna.
Together, these 92 theologically faithful stories point to the one big story of the Bible: God making and keeping his promises to redeem his people.
Bright, icons indicate which stories relate to a promise made or a promise kept within 5 distinct themes:
It is the perfect first Bible to introduce a child to the stories of the Bible and the promise-keeping God who loves them. It also provides a trusted starting point for children to cultivate a lifelong love of God’s word.
SKU (ISBN): 9781784988128
Carl Laferton | Illustrator: Jennifer Davison
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: September 2023
Gods Big Promises
Publisher: The Good Book Company
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