Nkjv Fire Bible for Kids by Hendrickson Bibles


Nkjv Fire Bible for Kids by Hendrickson Bibles

You might wonder why we call this the Fire Bible for Kids. In the Bible, fire is often a symbol of God's presence and power. In the Old Testament, God spoke to Moses in a burning bush and guided his people through the wilderness in the form of a pillar of fire. In the New Testament, Jesus told his followers that he would send the Holy Spirit to give them the power to serve him after he returned to heaven. Though the sign of fire occurred only on that special day, we can still receive the spiritual power that God gave to the disciples. The Fire Bible for Kids provides tools that will help young Christians be filled with the fire of God's mighty power.

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1826 pages


Hendrickson Bibles
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Publication date

26th January 2015



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