Sammy And His Shepherd Hardback
Seeing Jesus in Psalm 23
by Susan Hunt;
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Sammy And His Shepherd
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Sammy lives happily under the care of his faithful shepherd. But one day he meets a sheep from another flock, one who lives in misery because her shepherd is not so caring. Eventually, to the delight of both of them, Sammy’s shepherd buys the needy little sheep for his flock and gives her a name—Precious. Thereafter, Sammy tells Precious all the wonderful things about their shepherd. At first, Precious has a hard time believing that the shepherd can be so good. But eventually, as she sees the shepherd pouring out his energies for the good of his flock, she comes to trust him, for she sees that he loves his sheep unconditionally and sacrificially.
Each chapter of Sammy and His Shepherd is an exploration of a passage from Psalm 23. As they work through the book, children will grow in their understanding of the metaphors the psalmist used in composing this beloved poem. But more important, they will gain a deeper appreciation for the one who is the subject of the psalm: the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ. Captivating illustrations by Corey Godbey help Sammy and Precious come to life for children. A special section in the back of the book provides Bible passages, discussion questions, and activities to reinforce the lessons of each chapter."
Sammy And His Shepherd by Susan Hunt was published by REFORMATION HERITAGE in December 2008 and is our 28742nd best seller. The ISBN for Sammy And His Shepherd is 9781567691092.
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|Page last updated||24th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Susan Hunt|
|Publisher||REFORMATION HERITAGE (December 2008)|
|Number of Pages||58|