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Book Review: "God Always Keeps His Promises"

Book Description

Share God’s faithfulness and love with your child through Max Lucado’s new children’s book, God Always Keeps His Promises. Based on the promises of God, children will see that God is completely trustworthy to keep His promises. Just like He did in Bible times. Just like He does for them today.
Since the beginning of time, God has kept His promises. Through the stories of Adam and Eve, Abraham, Joseph, Peter, Paul, and many more, children will learn about the character and nature of God and His unending love for His people. Offer children the chance to learn about the promises God made to His followers in the Bible, and the knowledge that they still get to experience these promises today. Each chapter features a promise from God accompanied by a story example from the Bible and an application for children today.
Max Lucado, beloved pastor and bestselling author, is a revered authority on biblical teaching. Yet his gentle, loving approach makes it possible for even the youngest children to understand God’s tenderness toward them.
Through beautiful illustrations and compelling stories, Max will guide your family through God’s unfailing goodness and faithfulness through the promises He made, and how He kept those promises in Bible times and how He still keeps them today.

My Review
I am a fan of Max Lucado books!   That being said I was anticipating something great for the kiddos!   I love the pictures that draw you into each story, thank you- Alessia Trunfio.   She used vibrant colors on every page.  
My favorite part of each chapter is the "My promise to God." It is always s short little sentence but has a lot of power in it.  Another feature I love is how much scripture is used in each chapter.   It is so important that you don't pick a devotional that is only someone else words and thoughts because you need the truth- Scripture!  
Since each chapter is a bit more lengthy I would suggest this devotion to be for 10 years old and older.   

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