Help teach your little ones to obey! Simple drawings combine with questions and Bible verses to teach young children the meaning of the 5th Commandment, “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.”
This book is patterned after For This Is Right, our book on the 5th Commandment for older children, but it is designed for smaller children. Simple questions help little ones evaluate their obedience, and each question is followed by a Bible verse that instructs the child in that area of obedience. Simple line drawings aid children’s understanding, and are suitable for coloring (and are reproducible for your own family’s use).
Booklet measures 5-1/2” x 8-1/2.” Scripture quotations are taken primarily from the English Standard Version.
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This short and simple book really brings conviction! Even as I read through this book I was convicted to how I display honor to my authorities and husband!
This book is a list of questions with pictures of children and their parents. Followed with Bible verses correlating to the question.
I have a young child, so I talk about what is expected instead of asking a question. Still too young to give inner reflection, but old enough to hear- look at momma and daddy when we are talking to you etc.
This isn't just a grab and go have everything there. This book is a conversation starter with Bible references and ideas. Even though it isn't just a grab and go have a story example, this is an invaluable resource to have to talk through with your children.
It is set up with too much to go through in one sitting. This is a book that you would work on a page or two for a week- depending on how often you take it out. And slowly work through it. Read through the question, read the verse, talk about the picture and then relate it to your home life. And bring it up throughout the day when you can.
This book doesn't only apply to children! It is a great personal reflection of how adults and all interact with authorities.