Noah is growing up. Last month, he came to tell me that he had decided to read his Bible every morning, but that he was having trouble understanding some of it and kept losing his place (his Bible was a NKJ versio and quite small print).
So, I said that if he was really serious about wanting to read the Bible for himself, that Mommy and Daddy would make sure he got a Bible that was easier for a boy to read. He assured me that he was serious, so we made a trip to Mardel together and selected a large print young-reader friendly Bible (New International Readers' Version) and a Bible cover to help protect it as he carries it around.
He was SOOO happy with it. The next morning, no boys appeared when their alarm went off. I snuck in to see what was happening and found this:
Noah was having his devotions, and every time Nathan tried to budge, Noah would order him to lay still "cause it is good for you to listen to what God's Word says, too".
For you Mommies and Daddies, a visit to cbhministries.org is a great place to order great kids' devotional books. I used to listen to the Children's Bible Hour on the radio every Saturday and read "Keys for Kids" when I was a kid, and they're still great!