But on his way to the palace, he falls from his horse, getting his clothes hopelessly muddy. Jonathan finds that he needs powerful help if he is to stand before the king. Sproul continues his project of illustrating theological concepts for children. Sproul weaves a classic tale about a young priest who is invited to preach his first sermon before the king and his court.
The Prince's Poison CupReformation Trust Publishing FBA-|266339 #ad - To reclaim his people, the king asks His Son, the Prince, to drink from a well of horrid poison. R. C. A “for parents” section provides assistance in unfolding the biblical elements of the story. With the prince’s Poison Cup, Dr. The poison will surely kill the Prince―but He is willing to drink it to please His Father and help His people.
Richly illustrated, the prince’s poison Cup will help children appreciate the great love of God for His people and the awful price Jesus had to pay because of sin. In this work, he focuses in on the atonement to show that Jesus had to endure the curse of sin in order to redeem His people from their spiritual death.
The Prince's Poison Cup #ad - When ella gets sick and has to take yucky medicine, she wonders why something that will help her get well has to taste so bad. When she puts the question to grandpa, he tells her the story of a great King and His subjects who enjoyed wonderful times together―until the people rebelled against the King and drank from a forbidden well.
To their horror, they found that the beautiful water in the well made their hearts turn to stone. Sproul continues his series of books designed to present deep biblical truths to children on their own level.
The LightlingsReformation Trust Publishing FBA-|266338 #ad - Richly detailed illustrations by justin Gerard will hold children’s interest, and discussion questions with Scripture references in the back will help parents guide children into the deeper meaning of the story. In the lightlings, Dr. A race of tiny beings known as lightlings are a picture of humanity as they pass through all the stages of the biblical drama – creation, fall, and redemption.
R. C. In the end, children will understand why some people fear light more than darkness, but why they need never fear darkness again. The lightlings is an excellent introduction to the key themes of Scripture. Sproul weaves an allegorical tale that captures the essence of the biblical story of redemption in a manner that will fascinate and delight children.
The Knight's MapReformation Trust Publishing #ad - R. C. Since the first temptation, Satan has aimed to cast doubt on God’s Word. Sproul continues his life’s work of making deep biblical truths clear and understandable to students of all ages. The knight’s map is the story of a knight who undertakes a perilous journey full of bad advice and wrong turns.
The Knight's Map #ad - Our children and grandchildren need to be prepared for this. In the end, he must decide whether he will trust the map provided by the King. In this allegorical tale, pastor, theologian, and author Dr. Beautiful, full-color illustrations by Richard Lawnes reveal this rich, textured world and discussion questions with Scripture references help parents guide their children into the deeper meaning of the story.
The Barber Who Wanted to PrayCrossway FBA-|280264 #ad - Mcfarland leading family devotions. C. Sproul’s beautifully illustrated story will engage children and help them learn to pray according to the Bible. Luther responds by writing a letter to the barber a letter that we know today as the book, A Simple Way to Pray! Mcfarland shares a 500-year-old story―a story about a barber and his famous customer.
Master peter is a barber well known to all in his village. When his daughter asks him how she should pray, Mr. Dr. One day, when martin luther the Reformer walks into his shop, the barber musters up the courage to ask the outlawed monk how to pray. Dr. This imaginative tale, based on a true story, begins one evening with Mr.
The Barber Who Wanted to Pray #ad - The barber’s life is changed as he encounters a model for prayer by using the Lord’s Prayer, the Ten Commandments, and the Apostles’ Creed. R. Sproul’s unique gift for explaining complex truths will make this a treasured book to be returned to time after time―a delight for both children and their parents!
The Donkey Who Carried a KingReformation Trust Publishing FBA-|266341 #ad - A few days later, davey saw some angry people making the King carry a heavy beam of wood. Jesus was willing to leave the glories of heaven to suffer and die in this world on our behalf, so we should serve Him with all our hearts. R. C. Then one day, some strangers came to the gate―and Davey’s master picked him for a very special task.
Davey carried the King, Jesus, into Jerusalem. Davey could not understand it―until another donkey helped him see that the King was being a Servant on behalf of His people. The donkey who carried a king offers a unique perspective on the events of Jesus’ Passion Week and calls all believers, both young and old, to follow in the footsteps of the Suffering Servant for the glory of God.
The Donkey Who Carried a King #ad - The biblical teaching that jesus was the suffering servant who carried the sins of His people when He went to the cross is vividly brought home to children in The Donkey Who Carried a King, author, the latest children’s book from respected theologian, and educator Dr. Sproul. Davey was a young donkey who was bored and unhappy because he was never given anything to do.
The King Without a ShadowP & R Publishing FBA-|282091 #ad - The King Without a Shadow #ad - Why do we have shadows? Where do they come from?" the little boy asked the Great King. That started the King wondering about shadows. He discovered that there was only one King without a shadow—One so great there was no darkness in him.
Sammy and His ShepherdReformation Trust Publishing FBA-|281940 #ad - A special section in the back of the book provides Bible passages, discussion questions, and activities to reinforce the lessons of each chapter. But one day he meets a sheep from another flock, one who lives in misery because her shepherd is not so caring. Captivating illustrations by Corey Godbey help Sammy and Precious come to life for children.
Eventually, to the delight of both of them, Sammy’s shepherd buys the needy little sheep for his flock and gives her a name―Precious. At first, precious has a hard time believing that the shepherd can be so good. But more important, they will gain a deeper appreciation for the one who is the subject of the psalm: the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ.
Thereafter, sammy tells Precious all the wonderful things about their shepherd. But eventually, she comes to trust him, as she sees the shepherd pouring out his energies for the good of his flock, for she sees that he loves his sheep unconditionally and sacrificially. Each chapter of sammy and His Shepherd is an exploration of a passage from Psalm 23.
Sammy and His Shepherd #ad - As they work through the book, children will grow in their understanding of the metaphors the psalmist used in composing this beloved poem. In sammy and his shepherd, veteran children’s writer Susan Hunt takes youngsters on a delightful trip through Psalm 23 from the point of view of a sheep named Sammy.
Sammy lives happily under the care of his faithful shepherd.
Reformation ABCs: The People, Places, and Things of the Reformation_from A to ZCrossway #ad - Reformation abcs is a fun way for kids to learn about the places, things, books, people, events, and ideas that shaped this pivotal time in church history. The reformers' fight to reclaim the gospel is still relevant today. . Through whimsical illustrations and engaging storytelling, this book teaches kids that even though the Reformation occurred five hundred years ago, it isn't just about people and places in the past.
The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the GardenCrossway #ad - With powerful illustrations by award-winning artist don clark, this imaginative retelling of the Bible’s core message―how the Snake Crusher brings us back to the garden―will draw children into the biblical story, teaching them that God's promises are even bigger and better than we think. Ages 5-8 read to meages 8-11 read to myself The biggest story how the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden.
But kids need to know how all those classic stories connect to Scripture’s overarching message about God’s glorious plan to redeem his rebellious people. In the biggest story, kevin deyoung―a best-selling author and father of six―leads kids and parents alike on an exciting journey through the Bible, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ's death on the cross to the new heaven and new earth.
The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden #ad - They were the happiest people on the planet. True, they were the only people on the planet, but they were still terrifically happy. Unfortunately, things didn’t stay happy and wonderful for long. The bible is full of exciting stories that fill children with awe and wonder. Over 100, 000 copies Sold"Magnificent and memorable.
The Church History ABCs: Augustine and 25 Other Heroes of the FaithCrossway 1433514729 #ad - A church father was arrested and martyred for teaching the truth about Christ’s incarnation. Captured by pirates and shipped off to Ireland, a priest baptized thousands of pagans, from paupers to princes. This wide range of characters―men and women from across the centuries, from all over the globe―reflects the breadth of church history and reminds children that these great figures of the past were living, breathing people who lived and died for the glory of God.
The Church History ABCs: Augustine and 25 Other Heroes of the Faith #ad - The biggest story how the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden. Now who ever said church history was boring?The Church History ABCs is a fun way for kids to learn about great figures in Christian history. Twenty-six heroes of the faith march through the alphabet, boldly telling their stories in language children can understand.
Dramatically converted on the stormy seas, a slave-trader-turned-abolitionist penned the best-loved hymn of the Christian faith.