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Small Gifts In God's Hands by Max Lucado
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Small Gifts In God's Hands

by Max Lucado

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Retelling of Bible stories about Jesus from a child's point of view.
  NEYM_RE_Library | Dec 3, 2013 |
NO OF PAGES: 29 SUB CAT I: Children's Resources SUB CAT II: Bible Stories SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: "Remember what I said, son. If Jesus is who they say, then he can do big things with a small gift." The adventure begins with these tender words spoken from mother to son. With all his heart, Elijah wants to give something to the kind teacher. But Elijah has no money to buy a gift. He has no extra bed to offer Jesus rest. He has no boat to loan the Fisher of Men. He only has a small basket of fish and bread. Told through the eyes of a boy, Max Lucado's "Small Gifts in God's Hands" recreates one of the Bible's most loved stories with a powerful message for children of all ages.NOTES: Purchased from "The Book Market" discount books. SUBTITLE:
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
A young boy, named Elijah, learns that no gift is too small when he watches Jesus feed thousands of hungry people from Elijah's small basket of fish and bread.
  hgcslibrary | Nov 29, 2009 |
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"God can do great things with a small gift."

Set in Biblical times, Max Lucado brings to life one of the most loved stories from the Bible: the feeding of the multitudes. Children will understand the story told from a young boy's perspective who learns that no gift is too small for Jesus. The beautiful, moving illustrations from Cheri Bladholm compliment the wonderful story.

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A young boy named Elijah learns that no gift is too small in God's hands as he watches Jesus feed thousands of hungry people from Elijah's basket of bread and fish.

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