Three months of Bible readings to help you investigate John's Gospel, 2 Samuel and Who Will Be King?
Part of the XTB series.
Read about what happened to David when at last he became king in Israel
Find out what the whole Bible has to say about our real king, Jesus
Get a clear picture of the two ways we can live in response to Him with the Free booklet.
Issue Nine of XTB is called Way To Go. Three months of Bible readings to help you investigate who Jesus is in John's Gospel, and find out about King David in the book of 2 Samuel. But first, we'll zip through the free booklet Who Will Be King? to check out who's King of our lives.
Days 1-10 look at various parts of the Bible - Hebrews, Acts, John, Mark - with the Who Will Be King? booklet
Day 11 starts into 2 Samuel and continues until day 27, ending in ch 9
Little look at Romans ch 5 vs 10 on day 28
Back into 2 Samuel for two more days ending in ch 10
John's Gospel starts on day 31 and goes on until day 50, ending in ch 3
Day 51 brings us back to 2 Samuel and ends in ch 12 on day 58
Days 59-62 take a close look at Psalm 51, relevant to 2 Samuel
And days 63-65 look at Psalm 145
A series of puzzles and questions at the very end of the book offer a chance to look into other parts of the Bible not covered here.
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XTB (eXplore The Bible) is a series of daily Bible reading notes for children of the 7-11 age group, with puzzles, pictures and prayers.
XTB is beautifully presented with full-color illustrations and is a series of 12 books which, if used on a quarterly basis, will help a child cover all of the main books, themes and characters of the Bible in 3 years.
We’ve been using xtb notes with all four of our children and they love them. It’s so easy to use daily and always helps us dig into God’s word and gives us new insights and wisdom.
The children love doing the puzzles and cracking the codes.
These notes don’t assume you’re in a Christian home so we’ve also given them to children to use (with parents’ permission!) who are drawn to Jesus but not in a believing family.
All three of our kids have enjoyed/enjoy doing these. The notes have engaging puzzles and questions helping them to glean the main message from the passage. As per other reviewers is probably best 30-60 minutes before bed or in the morning. Our youngest two borrow my desk to focus whilst doing them.
These are a great resource for moving from story book bibles to reading the Bible. We use them with my 9 and 7 year olds and they love the activities and find them engaging. The ‘think and pray’ bit helps them to apply God’s word and can promote further conversation.
Our three primary school aged kids absolutely *LOVE* XTB - it has given them a real hunger for getting stuck into the Bible, and equipped them with how to understand it and pray it in for themselves. Highly recommended!
Such a great devotional. My 7year old loves these and having been recommended we have done the same
Used these will all our children to introduce them to having their own quiet time. Tie in nicely to table talk used in family worship.
Takes your child in a straightforward journey from the Bible passage to application and prayer.
Longer passages are not read aloud but retold with a comic strip.
There are lots of codes to break and other word games.
I was given the E Mail address of this company by a friend when searching for devotional literature for children and young people and would recommend this company without hesitation.
These are well-presented and well-written Bible notes. However, our 8-year-old daughter (who is a strong reader) found the amount of content and length of readings a big step up from the notes she had previously been using. The notes need more time to digest and maybe before bed isn't the best time for using them.
My 7 year old who is a confident reader loves doing his XTB each morning. He loves how they teach you through different books of the bible and the fun exercise are really engaging and help him to remember what he has learnt.