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Jesus Today Devotions for Kids

Sara Young

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Summary

From the Bestselling Author of Jesus Calling®Spend Time with Jesus, the Friend Who Is Always with You 
Jesus is the Friend who is always with you. Jesus Today®: Devotions for Kids will pour this powerful truth into your children’s hearts as they learn that He knows everything about them and loves them more than they can imagine. 
Each devotion is based on Scripture and is written as though Jesus is speaking, assuring that He is in control, that He is good, and that an amazing future awaits all who put their hope in Him. 
Adapted from ECPA Gold Medallion–winner Jesus Today®, this devotional has the same themes as the adult version, as well as written-out scriptures. It is a great choice for families to read and discuss during devotional time together. 
Spend time with Jesus today . . .

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