I Am Devotional: 100 Devotions About the Names of GodDiane StortzThomas Nelson / 2017 / Hardcover$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Laura Rene5 Stars Out Of 5Beautiful book!August 5, 2017Laura ReneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ever since I read Sara Hagerty's book Every Bitter Thing is Sweet and learned about her daily "adoration" prompts using the names of God, I've been so intrigued by the different names of God and I'm amazed at how beautiful they are and how they draw me closer to Him. So when I saw a children's devotional based on the names of God, I was all about it. I Am Devotional is written by Diane Stortz and includes 100 devotions about the names of God.
It's like any relationship-- the more facets of a person you learn, the closer to you are them from seeing the many sides and attributes they have. When my daughter learns about God as "Jehovah Jireh" (the God Who Provides), she will know she can trust Him to provide for her needs. Or when she remembers He is "Jehovah Rapha" (the God Who Heals), she can rest in His arms and wait for His healing touch on any of her wounds.
The format of the devotional includes 100 unique names of God and accompanying discussion/Biblical stories about each one. At the end there are discussion questions and ways to apply this new concept to your life. It's deep in a beautiful way, but also practical for young ones. I would say it is definitely more for school-age children than littles. It is a gorgeous hardcover with colored pictures on each page and a purple ribbon bookmark. I'm very delighted with this book!
joanna5 Stars Out Of 5fantastic devotional and studyAugust 3, 2017joannaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Book Description:
The God Who Saves. The God Who Provides. The Holy One. The names of God tell us who He is and how He loves usexplore the glory and the goodness of God in I Am Devotional.
Children will learn to trust God in everything as they learn about the names and character of God in the I Am Devotional. Through 100 devotions, children will see how Gods names reflect His love, strength, trustworthiness, etc., and what that means as they develop a strong faith.
Name of God: I AM
Meaning: God is to be worshipped
Application: Worship God by how you live!
Diane Stortz has a proven history of connecting well with both children and parents in her writing. With sales of 500,000 inspirational books for children, Diane is a trusted name for Christian families. The art of Diane Le Feyer has captivated readers of I Am and will continue to delight in this accompanying devotional with vibrant illustrations throughout and a vivid cover embellished with foil and lots of striking glitter.
The I Am Devotional is the perfect companion to I Am, the Bible storybook that first introduced children to the names and character of God.
I Am Devotional 100 Devotions About the Names of God By Diane Stortz is a fantastic devotional. I usually dont like devotionals but this one is eye catching and descriptive. My 12 year old took this book the second it came in the door. She absolutely loves this devotional. I love studying the attributes of God and even more so to share that with my daughter. The pictures are captivating and make the book flow well. I would suggest this book to anyone wanting to learn more about God or study the attributes of God.
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Crafty Moms Share5 Stars Out Of 5A Great Devotional for Kids to Grow in Relationship with GodJuly 6, 2017Crafty Moms ShareQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This devotional provides short readings about the various ways God cares and helps develop a relationship with God using the various names for God. It includes common ones as well as ones not always used and many also have the Hebrew words for them. The devotionals end with a short prayer as well as discussion questions and a suggested Bible reading. My 8-year-old and I have enjoyed reading them together and discussing each lesson. It is a wonderful way to start or end your day. Disclosure: I was sent this book free of charge in return for an honest review.
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