Using the characteristics of 43 animals, the author writes about these animals in an interesting way and uses them to teach kids Biblical values. Each devotion includes fascinating information and facts about an animal, a short Bible story, a memory verse, and questions for children to ponder and answer.
For example, the lionfish is included in the devotion titled Deadly Beauty. This beautiful, yet dangerous sea creature reminds us that even though the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden looked delicious and appetizing, it was forbidden for a reason. Anyone who even touched it would surely die. Other animals found in this children's devotion book include the caterpillar, the goat, the Northern Goshawk, the gibbon, and the turtle.
Such Biblical and moral values taught include honesty, perseverance, and faith. The resurrection of God's believers and His daily protection are also explored in language that children can understand without being oversimplified.
The last devotion in the book doesn't use an animal as its object lesson at all; is uses a bean seed. Just like the bean plant grows lusher, taller, and stronger the further its roots grow into the nourishing soil, so do children and adults when the make studying God's Word and Biblical principles a daily habit.
This book can be purchased online from the publisher, Amazon, and Powell's. It may also be found at your neighborhood independent bookseller."As you... have received Christ Jesus, the Lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith."
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher. I received no compensation for my review.