Bible Prophecy for Kids: Revelation 1-7 by Kay Arthur and Janna Arndt

Bible Prophecy for Kids: Revelation 1-7
Kay Arthur and Janna Arndt
Harvest House Publishers (2006)
ISBN 9780736915274
Reviewed by Brianne Plach (age 10) for Reader Views (1/08)

Are you interested in learning about what will happen in the last days of the world? Do you wish that there was a study book written for kids to learn more about the book of Revelation? Did you know that there were seven churches which were written to by the first missionaries? What kinds of things are going to happen at the Last Day? Why should I get to know God on a personal basis, what’s in it for me? You can learn this and a whole lot more by using “Bible Prophecy for Kids.”

“Bible Prophecy for Kids” is very easy for kids to follow. This book covers the first seven chapters of the book of Revelation. A section of scripture of this most interesting book of the Bible is divided into a Bible study for a week. Each day of the week deals with more in-depth looks at the verses. Each day also gives you an activity to help you understand what you have read. Some of the activities include crossword puzzles, word searches, fill-in-the-blanks and multiple-choice. This makes Bible study fun and yet you still learn a lot from the book of Revelation. You don’t only learn about Revelation but there are lots of references to other parts of the Bible too.

“Bible Prophecy for Kids” is part of a “Discover 4 Yourself Inductive Bible Studies for Kids” series. I cannot wait till I get to see what other books are in this terrific series. I would love to read and learn all that I can. This is a fun way to learn about Bible study, how to do it and make you learn about the greatest book ever written–the Holy Bible. I loved it!

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