LET THE CHILDREN COME TO JESUS is a faith-based book appropriate for parents, grandparents, teachers, and youth ministers to read with their young children since it emphasizes the critical importance of adults as positive role models.
LET THE CHILDREN COME TO JESUS is the story of Butler Boy, while in his crib, who is visited by one of God’s angels. The angel instructs Butler Boy that he is to become Boy Butler, a servant, and he is to serve only his Father.
We Christians know there are numerous false masters in our world that children might want to serve, and Butler Boy, now a young boy, examines many of them.
But Butler Boy becomes so confused who he is to serve that he turns to Christ in prayer for he is sure Christ is the only one who will help him since he has no one else to turn to for Heavenly guidance.
It is in prayer that the True and Only Master comes to him and calms his confusion saying, “Now you’re God’s servant of joy, today, tomorrow, and every day, and forever filled with His Holy Spirit.”
LET THE CHILDREN COME TO JESUS is beautifully illustrated in full color and written in wonderful poetry taken from GOD’S JOYFUL SERVANTS, the book young Martha chooses for her dad to read to her and her younger brother, Matthew, before bed during the Christmas holiday season.
LET THE CHILDREN COME TO JESUS could be read by a range of ages; we recommended it for ages 7 through 11 and younger if a parent or guardian reads it to them.
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(Amazon Best Selling Authors Patrick “GB” Harrison, now 72, had robotic surgery and underwent radiation for lymph node cancer in 2013 and has been cancer free ever since; Gail “Pastor Bunny” McLeod passed away at the age of 73 in March 2013—this is her last book which makes it highly collectible)