The Blessing of the Lord: Stories from the Old and New Testaments Hardback

Stories from the Old and New Testaments

by Gary D. Schmidt;


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The Blessing of the Lord: Stories from the Old and New Testaments

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Full of drama and wonder, these retellings of favorite Bible stories will fire a childís imagination about the people of the Bible and the God who worked in their lives. From Adam and Eve, Moses, Little Samuel, and mighty Samson to Peter, the ten lepers, and the Samaritan woman, these stories explore the very human characters who are transformed by their extraordinary encounters with a mighty God. Dramatic, full-color paintings bring rich visual imagery to each story in this book that the whole family will enjoy and cherish.

The Blessing of the Lord: Stories from the Old and New Testaments by Gary D. Schmidt was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in November 1997. The ISBN for The Blessing of the Lord: Stories from the Old and New Testaments is 9780802837899.

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Page last updated 31st July 2016
Author / Artist
Book Formathardback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (November 1997)
IllustratorDennis Nolan
Recommended for Agesfrom 8 years up to 99 years
Weight780g
Number of Pages160
Thickness16 mm
Height254 mm
Width216 mm
ISBN9780802837899
ISBN-100802837891
Product Code38620
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