Jesus isn’t just found in the New Testament of the Bible—mentions, whispers, and echoes of Him can be found throughout the Bible. There are hundreds of clues and promises about Jesus in the Old Testament, which are fulfilled in the New Testament. Jesus: A 365-Day Devotional helps 8-12 year olds understand these revealing verses about Jesus from the beginning of the Bible to the end. Each devotional includes a Scripture, an explanation, and a prayer for reflection to help children discover that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life.
Jesus is a promised fulfilled for all of us. God promised he would send a deliverer, and He did. Jesus is ready and waiting for you.
|Publish Date||Oct 4, 2016|
- Review by Fitzysmom
With that in mind I am thrilled to tell you about Jesus: A 365-Day Devotional. It is designed with tweens in mind but I think everyone would benefit from the walk through Scripture while focusing on the passages that shine a light on our Savior.
It is intended for a daily reading but the nice thing is that the days are numbered but not dated so it can begin at any time. The devotions start in Genesis and then proceeds through the Old and New Testaments covering the references that point directly to Jesus.
I'm not sure who wrote the individual devotions but they are phenomenal. The author brings that day's Scripture passage to a relevant modern day example and expounds upon the truth that the verses contain. I'm looking forward to passing this along to one of my oldest grands but before I do you better believe I'm going to spend a bit more time gleaning from it!
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review. (Posted on 11/16/2016)
- Review by Praises of a Wife and Mommy
There are a couple things in regard to the design with the book that I disliked. First the pages have dark and light blue on it with blue writing. It is a smaller font and blue on blue is challenging to read when my eyes are tired in the evening. The other thing is still with the pages, they are very dry and rough type pages. Very minimal things but wanted to note them.
Overall the content in this book is great for kids and adults alike. There is always scripture at the top, a story in the middle, and lastly a quick sentence prayer to end it. (Posted on 9/27/2016)
- Review by Penny
This devotional has a devotion written for each day of the year. It is written for eight to twelve year old children. Each day begins with one or two Bible verses. Then, there is a short devotion and a prayer, making it short, simple, and very doable for early readers.
I would recommend it for tweens to early teens.
(Posted on 9/17/2016)
- Review by Jalynn
Day 56 was one of my favorites. It refers to Micah 5:2, it talks about Micah giving a prophesy about Jesus. It speaks of our faith. It was right to the point and dead on. A steal at $15.99 for hardcover.
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. (Posted on 9/16/2016)