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Library : Book Reviews > The Prayer of Jabez...

The Prayer of Jabez for Little Ones
by Bruce Wilkinson and Melody Carlson

Review by: Laura Wood

     If you are looking for an easy way to introduce prayer to your children, this is it.  Melody Carlson has adapted The Prayer of Jabez, written by Bruce Wilkinson, especially for children in such a simple and easy to read way.  
     This book makes God real to young children.  It begins by children learning to trust God and to ask God in love for things that they need.  Children will learn that God is constantly with them throughout their lives and has such great plans for them, exciting things to do and be.  It teaches children to ask and to expect God to bless them and answer their prayers.  It also teaches children that God is their Protector, no matter if they are full of fear.  Finally, children will learn to pray for God to help them to turn away from wrong and learn to obey, so that others around them will see God living inside of them.
     The book breaks down the Prayer of Jabez section by section and includes a simple prayer for section.  It concludes with four simple questions for the parent to ask to elicit further discussion about God.
      I highly recommend this book for children age 2 and up.  It is a must have for any child’s collection.

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