The Bible is filled with a variety of fascinating and intriguing references to birds, animals, and insects. This wonderfully illustrated resource summarizes 25 of the most significant animals in the Bible, with scriptural references and scientific research. Each story includes specific lessons from the animal and a prayer, along with a very detailed drawing. Each message is attention-getting, inspiring, enriching, and strengthening. These stories will be useful for sermon preparation and devotions for men's, women's, or youth group meetings as well as for children's sermons. It's a spiritual resource you'll refer to again and again!
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 84 Vendor: CSS Publishing Publication Date: 2000
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 (inches) ISBN: 0788015931 ISBN-13: 9780788015939 Availability: In Stock
The Bible is filled with fascinating and intriguing references to birds, animals, and insects. This wonderfully illustrated resource discusses 25 of the most significant animals in the Bible using scriptural references and scientific research. Each message is attention-getting, inspiring, and enriching. Specific lessons for an animal are accompanied by a prayer and a detailed drawing. It's a spiritual resource you'll refer to again and again Learning From The Lizard is a fascinating, readable, and informative book that will delight everyone. Ruth Stafford PealeChairman of the Board, Guideposts Learning From The Lizard is an excellent resource for guiding a group in devotion or an individual on personal retreat, and it is uniquely fitted for use as a family devotional guide. It will be a welcome companion to young and old alike as they read and reflect upon scripture and observe the marvels of creation. Reuben P. Job, former bishopIowa Conference, United Methodist Churchformer editor, The Upper Room Samuel J. Hahn grew up in rural Iowa, and his early farm life left him with a rich heritage for understanding animals and wildlife. A graduate of Westmar College and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, his 45 years of pastoral ministry included a stint as state church camp director.