When God’s words came to the prophet Jeremiah, he ate them; they were his joy and his heart’s delight. When the prophet Ezekiel was fed with God’s words, those words were sweet as honey.
King David wrote in one of his psalms that God’s words were sweeter than honey and the honeycomb. They were more precious than gold to him.
May we treasure the Word of God!
Welcome to read the story of an African boy who was very worried when his dog ate his Bible. Would his strong and brave dog start loving lions and tigers?
Find the story in the section STORIES FOR CHILDREN.
Sampson, the Hungry Dog
A year ago I was hosted by a kind family in the country-side of Sweden. Crespo was one of the family cats. My assistant Cristina and I had just talked about writing something to ward off some of the bad rap black cats have. Finally I have written a story about Crespo.
Look under Stories for Children to read about Crespo and how he became a hero. It’s a wonderful story to teach children that everyone is beautiful in God’s eyes and that He made everything beautiful in its time.