Thursday, August 31, 2017

Review:A Kid's Guide to The Names of God by:Tony Evans

 A Kid's Guide to the Names of God
About the Book:
Your Kids Will Be Encouraged by Learning God's Names

The names of God contain powerful promises for you and your kids, revealing who He is and the many roles He fills in your lives. When your tween son or daughter (ages 8-12) learns these names they will have greater confidence in who they are in Christ and also gain a valuable tool they can use to help them overcome challenges in life.

Watch them grow as they learn about God as...

Elohim: The Strong Creator God
Jehovah: The Relational God
Jehovah Jireh: The Lord Our Provider
Jehovah Shalom: The Lord Is Peace
Jehovah Rohi: The Lord My Shepherd
Jehovah Nissi: The Lord My Banner
Jehovah Rapha: The Lord Who Heals
Jehovah Tsidkenu: The Lord My Righteousness
El Shaddai: Lord God Almighty
Immanuel: God With Us
Give your tween the life-changing knowledge of God's many names and see them fully realize His immense love for them.

My Review:
 God has many different names and for children it can be hard to say these names much less understand them. So Tony Evans has put together a series of books that explain different topics to children. In ways and words that children understand, this book, A Kid's Guide to The Names of God is a good book to explain these types of things to children.

 There is a brief explanation of why God has so many names and why it's important to learn them and know hat they mean. These names help us in our daily walk with Christ and its something we will use for years to come--so its important. Each one of God's names will mean something to us and it will give us something to cling to when life gets hard and it will. Each topic gives Tony a chance to reach out to your child and help him understand these names deep in their heart and let them know where their strength comes from.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All my opinions are my own.

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