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A beautiful set of God-directed circumstances allowed me to write this book with my co-author, the brilliant theologian, Doug Powell. I pray Jesus will use it to teach curious kiddos and curious grown-ups how amazing His love and grace is. For this writing project God enrolled me in Bible I pored over page after page of books like 1 and 2 Chronicles and Job —books I rarely wade any further than ankle deep. So after all that reading, and learning here was my biggest takeaway.
Remember the letter at the end to the principal, Mr. Each and every one of us.
Which enables us all to be good guys. If we want to be. But God also gives us free will. And we exercise it liberally.
Villains of the Bible – Satan – The Original Villain
Which leads to some of our bad guy tendencies. And unfortunately, how I falter in some of the same ways. Pontius Pilate was this close to letting Jesus off the hook, but then he worried about what people would think. How often do we worry about what someone else thinks? About even something small like if our family will like the dinner we cooked? Ever wish God would do things differently—hurry up with this, make this cost or hurt less, change your circumstances?
Me, too. This is starting to look bleak. But not really.
Because if we take a peek at the lives of the heroes of the Bible, they were also a hot mess. The Apostle Paul murdered Christians, to name a few.
The boys around my house are huge Super Hero fans. For Christmas, my eleven year old son got the book Heroes and Villains of the Bible. The concept of real life heroes immediately caught their attention.
For example, Noah as a hero? Or Cain as a villain?
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This book takes you though 50 different Bible stories of good versus evil, and various characters roles as heroes or villains within those stories. My son loves his book. His favorite story is Gideon, the Hero. Heroes and Villains of the Bible is available to purchase on Amazon. Does your child have a favorite hero? Let me know what it is, and you could win your own copy of Heroes and Villains of the Bible. Share this: Twitter Facebook Pinterest.guqucowykilu.tk
99 Fascinating Heroes and Villains of the Bible
Just a Little Creativity! Comments my oldest daughter loves the story of Jonah, since he got eaten by a big fish. Right now they love Batman.