One Hundred Bible Stories
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Introduce young children to the Bible with the One Hundred Bible Stories. This collection of Bible stories has been a favorite for children, teachers, and parents and is of lasting value to help make teaching the Bible a memorable experience. Each story is illustrated with a full-color picture, designed to catch the attention of young readers and impress upon them the excitement of Bible history. The stories are told in the language of the Bible, have explanatory notes, and suggest a memory verse and prayer or hymn stanza. Scripture quotes are taken from the English Standard Version (ESV).

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Concordia Publishing House
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 0758649487
ISBN-13: 9780758649485
Ages: 8-12

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    This is a review of the revised edition. (2015 publish date). The excepts from the ESV bible sometimes are sentences taken from 1 paragraph, skip sentences, sentences from another paragraph, etc. At times this causes the reading to be choppy and unnatural. In the older edition on p 44 Judah tells his father he will bring his brother back safe and sound, that he will be responsible for his safety. The new edition says merely, "send the boy with me". However, the reflection question continues to ask,"How had Judah assured Jacob regarding the safety of Benjamin?" The old edition had the answer, the new edition does not. So the next question, "how has Jesus taken personal responsibility for us before our Father in Heaven?" makes sense in the old edition, but not in the revised edition. Get the old edition if you can.
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