Stories Jesus loved when He was young
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Stories Jesus loved when He was young retold for children who love stories to-day by A. M. Pullen

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Published by Harper & Brothers in New York, London .
Written in English


  • Jesus Christ -- Childhood -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Bible stories, English.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Alice M. Pullen.
GenreJuvenile literature.
LC ClassificationsBS551 .P8
The Physical Object
Pagination127 p. ;
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6411206M
LC Control Number40034361

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STORY 87 Young Jesus in the Temple STORY 94 He Loves Little Children STORY 95 The Way Jesus Teaches STORY 96 Jesus Heals the Sick STORY 97 Jesus Study Questions for My Book of Bible Stories; DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. Birth of Jesus to His Death.   In his book, ‘Autobiography of a Yogi,’ he speaks of his master’s close connection to Jesus Christ. He often expanded on the Old and New Testament. Yogananda had mentioned the ‘missing years of Jesus Christ.’ He spent some years in India, he had told his students. The children loved Jesus, and Jesus loved the children. It was difficult for his friends to comprehend the range of his intellectual activities, how he could so suddenly and so completely swing from the profound discussion of politics, philosophy, or religion to the lighthearted and joyous playfulness of these tots of from five to ten. Rice’s book gives us Jesus as a young boy, aged 7 and 8, as his family flees Egypt for a new home in Israel. The author wrote the book after a return to Catholicism and followed it up with a.

But all the stories are telling one big story. The story of how God loves his children and comes to rescue them. The Jesus Storybook Bible invites children to discover for themselves the one who is at the center of God’s great rescue story — and at the center of their story, too. Because the Bible isn’t a book of rules. Or a book of heroes. Story 3 (show the picture on page 22): After Jesus was resurrected, He visited the Nephites. Because He loved the children, He blessed each one of them (have the children hug themselves). (See 3 Nephi –) Have the children say with you, “Jesus showed us how to love others.”.   By looking at Jesus’ example, I have to say, “Not necessarily.” While He loved all people, He did not give His time equally to all. He spent the most time with His disciples, but even among the twelve, He was closer to Peter, James, and John. And John is the only one called, “the disciple whom Jesus loved” (John , 23).   The story starts off about a serial killer explaining why he kills teenage girls often on a trail where they go running. He is a teacher at the school so he chooses them there. He kills them just because they're easy or because they have something he desires. A young blonde teen is his next target because he loves her golden shaded hair.

  John underwent a remarkable transformation as a disciple, from the quick-tempered Son of Thunder to the compassionate apostle of love. Because John experienced the unconditional love of Jesus firsthand, he preached that love in his gospel and letters. One important story in the Bible of Jesus’ childhood is the time He stayed behind at the temple. What was Jesus like as a child? Our main glimpse into the childhood of Jesus Christ is in the book of Luke, which revealed Christ’s deep spiritual understanding and desire to . And when God saw them he was like a new dad. "You look like me," he said. "You're the most beautiful thing I've ever made. God loved them with all of his heart. And they were lovely because he loved them. And Adam and Eve joined in the song of the stars and the streams and the wind in the trees, the wonderful song of love to the one who made.   Jesus said “I Love You” with his life by showing up for all of us and giving us hope for our messy lives. He left His throne to come to earth and save us from our miserable selves. It’s through His life and presence in our hearts that we can learn to love ourselves and others. Sadness runs deep in our world today especially for those who don’t know what real love is.