A complimentary copy of this book was provided by BookLook Bloggers. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.Bedtime Devotions with Jesus My Daily Devotional for Kids by Dr. Johnny Hunt
Published by Thomas Nelson Genres: Children's Books
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Trustworthy devotional moms and dads can use to make bedtime family time, faith time.
After the busyness of the day is done, before your child nods off to sleep, snuggle up to read God's Word and daily reminders about how much He loves and takes care of us. Bedtime Devotions with Jesus is a collection of prayers and devotions written by pastors, pastor's wives, children's ministers, and other church leaders. In this book are valuable lessons on such topics as thankfulness, obedience, trusting God, being kind, loving others, and many more. God's Word comes alive using simple language, and the devotions are featured with delightful illustrations of teddy bears. This book will teach children ages 4-8 the value and joy of spending time with God every day.
Each devotional includes a scripture, a brief devotional reading, a prayer, and a meaningful takeaway that helps children build a strong foundation of faith. This is the first children's book in the hugely popular MyDaily™ Devotional line. Devotionals for adults in the MyDaily series have sold more than 173,000 copies.
This is the sweetest little book and it has amazing illustrations. There are enough devotions in this book for 52 weeks…plenty enough time to instill in your children the importance of daily time with the word of God. This book has wonderful reminders for your child that they are loved by God.
Scriptures taken from this book are taking from the international version, I personally use KJV solely. I had to pull out my Bible and read the scriptures alongside the book so this is something that parents need to take into consideration. Some parents will be okay with using a variety of versions while others would prefer to stick with one.
Overall I feel that this book provides lessons on love and forgiveness that parents can build on and establish a daily routine of reading the scripture with their children.