Item description for Maggie Seeks the Kingdom of God by Angela Hays Moore & Casey Kizer Kiel...
Overview When a sweet child named Maggie, wonders about the Kingdom of God, she goes in search of her Mommy to discover important truths about the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven, as taught and preached by Jesus as "the Gospel of the Kingdom of God." With the charming backdrop of Maggie's Mommy performing her everyday chores around their home, Maggie finds answers to what Jesus preached; what the Kingdom of God actually entails; and what the Kingdom will be like. Mommy lovingly and thoughtfully teaches her precious little Maggie what loving parents and grandparents wish to impart with their own children: how to obtain eternal life and what it will be like. Told in a gentle, but Scripturally accurate and innovative way, this story will be a perfect resource for passing on Biblical concepts, that before this book, have never been presented for children in this beautifully illustrated format. Finally a children's book you can believe in! This heartwarming story and detailed illustrations will capture the imaginations of young and old alike, as we visualize and seek first the Kingdom of God.
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Studio: Lifevest Publishing, Inc.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.12" Width: 8.2" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.82 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2007
Publisher Lifevest Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 1598793233 ISBN13 9781598793239
Availability 0 units.
More About Angela Hays Moore & Casey Kizer Kiel
Angela Moore is a graduate of Memorial University with a degree in English Language and Literature. She loves animals, and enjoys writing stories about them. Rebecca's Ducks is her first published book.
Reviews - What do customers think about Maggie Seeks the Kingdom of God?
Maggie Seeks the Kingdom of God Oct 2, 2007
Maggie Seeks the Kingdom of God
Finally! A book that has all the answers a child may have regarding End Times prophecy - and more importantly, it's explained in a way they can fully understand! The author has also done a wonderful job of supporting everything with scripture, further drawing a child to their Bible for more! Additionally, this book has some of the best illustrations I've ever seen in a children's book, fully capturing the essence of the little girl as she seeks answers about the kingdom of God from her mother. This book is a 'must-have' for your children and makes a great gift for others.
A Thought-provoking book! Jul 3, 2007
What an amazing book! Our kids loved the illustrations and asked questions with every turn of the page. My 4-year-old is even understanding the meaning of a mediator and how Jesus serves that role in God's plan. This book will no doubt provoke questions among adults that may be reading this book to their kids, as it is a topic that has been neglected over the years. The Kingdom of God was Jesus' favorite topic, and this book sheds light on just how easy it is to understand if we have the passion that Maggie had to ask questions, study, and learn. Again, an awesome book!
Important work. May 10, 2007
Amazing work! I was happy to receive this book and am excited for others to as well. Consistent with the message of Jesus and geared for a critical audience. The illustrations are wonderful - some of of which I would like to have in my home. Highly recommended.
Excellent Book May 3, 2007
This is an excellent children's book with gorgeous illustrations. It shares the hope of Jesus's return with kids in a way they can understand. The pictures are absolutely beautiful and there are nice questions for discussion with your child at the end
Maggie is rediscovering the Christian Gospel Apr 25, 2007
Maggie Seeks the Kingdom of God is dynamite, if read intelligently and with a view to defining the Christian Gospel. Jesus made an intelligent reception of the Kingdom of God (word of the Kingdom, Matt. 13:19) a prerequisite for repentance and being forgiven (Mark 4:11, 12 says it all). Some find this rather shocking. They think that repentance and forgiveness are based solely on Jesus' death and resurrection. But Maggie and all, young and old, need to start by believing the command of Jesus in Mark 1:14, 15. This is Jesus' first imperative, and very much neglected by Protestants who think that Romans is the only place to find the Gospel! Angela Hays Moore places before the very young the necessary first ingredient in the saving Gospel, the Kingdom of God. I hope that this author will follow up (assisted by her excellent illustrator) with other theological and instructional gems, which will put all the Maggies there are in a position to read the NT with understanding, starting where Jesus and Paul always started, that is, with the Gospel of the Kingdom, the only hope for us individully and for the world. Maggie will be among the first to start the avalanche of new understanding which will result in an abandonment of all the so called "going to heaven" language used by churches. Maggie will learn rather to define the Christian goal, as Jesus always did, as inheriting the earth and the future Kingdom of God.