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Two Bears, and Other Sermons for Children

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J. C. Ryle's "Two Bears, and Other Sermons for Children" is a collection of sermons that are engaging and thoughtfully written for children. Ryle's writing style is clear and accessible, making it easy for young readers to understand the lessons he is imparting. The sermons cover a range of topics, from the importance of obedience to the consequences of disobedience, and each message is delivered with warmth and sincerity.

What sets this book apart is Ryle's ability to convey complex theological concepts in a way that is relatable to children. Through engaging storytelling and practical examples, he effectively communicates important moral and spiritual lessons that are sure to resonate with young readers. The book is also beautifully illustrated, adding to its appeal for children.

Overall, "Two Bears, and Other Sermons for Children" is a wonderful resource for parents, teachers, and anyone looking to instill strong values and beliefs in the hearts of children. It is both impactful and enjoyable, making it a valuable addition to any library.

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”Let no one make you think that you are too young to serve God. That is not true. As soon as you know right from wrong, you are old enough to begin taking the right way. As soon as you are old enough to be punished for doing wrong, you are old enough to give your heart to God, and to follow Christ.” So Rev. Ryle speaks to children of all ages. He does not speak down to children, for even the littlest ones can understand great spiritual truths. Instead, he teaches them in simple language what it means to be a true follower of Jesus and challenges them to live a better life whatever their age by following Jesus’ example – messages we adults could profit from as well. (Introduction by MaryAnn)

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