The Man Who Would Not Be Quiet

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An engaging retelling of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 v 46-52

Comes with free download of activity pack and large print sheets or presentation slides for toddler group and Sunday school read-throughs.

Part of the Little Me, Big God series.

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Description

Bartimaeus was sad.

He could not see. His eyes did not work.

But he could hear…

This engaging retelling of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 v 46-52 teaches pre-school children that Jesus is God’s promised king.

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Contents

  • Story: The Man Who Would Not Be Quiet
  • Notes for Parents

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Specification

Age range: 2 - 4
Author Steph Williams
ISBN 9781784983833
Format Paperback
First published May 2019
Dimensions 170mm x 170mm x 3mm
Language English
Pages 24
Publisher The Good Book Company

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Notes for Parents:
This story comes from Mark 10 v 46-52. Bartimaeus was a blind beggar, but he could see who Jesus really was. He called Jesus the “Son of David”, another name for the Christ, God’s promised perfect King, who would be from the family of King David.
So in this story we call Jesus “the best King EVER! The one God said was coming!” Bartimaeus believed that Jesus was the promised King, and also that Jesus could heal him.
“I want to see,” he told Jesus. “Go,” said Jesus, “your faith has healed you.” Immediately he received his sight and followed Jesus along the road (v 51-52, NIV). Bartimaeus believed in Jesus and followed him. Jesus welcomes everyone who believes in him and wants to follow him.
In the story, we also call Jesus “the King God sent to make things better… and not just eyes”. The Bible tells us that we are separated from God by our sin—the wrong things we do, say and think. Jesus came to make this better. If we trust in Jesus, we can have our sin forgiven and be friends with God for ever.

Customer reviews

“a favourite in my son's library”

I have never thought this book will have such an impact on my son (2 years old). He absolutely loves this book (series) and he asks us to read it again and again. After 2 months of reading it he is able to read it himself although we are not native speakers.He speaks about it to others and he loves the story. This book (series) gave me an example of how to tell a story from the bible to a child in a such a way that he would understand. I highly recommend it.


21/08/2020

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