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God’s Servant Job is a beautifully illustrated children’s story in verse that explores the gospel according to Job. Though the themes in Job are complex, Bond winsomely portrays the story’s essential, foundational theology in a poetic introduction for younger children. Although known for its supernatural encounters and advice both good and bad, the story of Job is most of all a story that reveals a glorious Redeemer who lives—showing how our children can have hope and comfort no matter what befalls them in this life.

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Hott Review:

It’s just painful to find accurate bible storybooks that children want to read again and again, but Douglas Bond has done it!
I loved God’s Servant Job: A Poem with a Promise and thoroughly enjoyed sharing it with the kids. Everyone, from 2-15, was captivated & that was without the pictures!
This is a perfect Christmas gift for the little ones on your list!

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Author: Douglas Bond, Todd Shaffer (Illustrator)
Source: NetGalley
Publisher & Date: October 31st 2015 by P&R Publishing
Genre: Children’s, Christian
ISBN: 9781596387348
Pages: 32
Grade: A+
Ages: 0-14

Author Bio:

Douglas Bond, author of fifteen books, lives with his wife and six children in Washington State. He is a ruling elder in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), teaches English and history at Covenant High School, and was awarded the regional Teacher Award for teaching young people how to write. He lectures on literature and Church history and leads study tours in Europe.

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