Praise Jesus that He doesn’t pass His people by!
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Hello boys and girls!
Our friend, Janice is going to try to make a banana. Hmmm… I wonder how it’s going to taste when she’s done? Do you think she can make a banana? After her experiment she will teach you about God’s amazing power in the things He has made. Then she will share the last part of the exciting story “The Secret Of The Cave.” I wonder how that’s going to end?
This is the last episode. I hope you had fun visiting Janice in her attic. Remember this kids, Jesus loves you very much!
Fairest Lord Jesus,
Ruler of all nature,
O Thou of God and man the son,
Thee will I cherish,
Thee will I honor,
Thou, my soul’s glory, joy, and crown.
Fair are the meadows,
Fairer still the woodlands,
Robed in the blooming garb of spring:
Jesus is fairer,
Jesus is purer,
Who makes the woeful heart to sing.
Fair is the sunshine,
Fairer still the moonlight,
And all the twinkling starry host:
Jesus shines brighter,
Jesus shines purer,
Than all the angels heaven can boast.
Munster Gesangbuch, 1677
This is sometimes called the Crusader’s Hymn, even though it was probably never sung until several hundred years after the Crusades. It may have first been sung by the followers of reformer John Huss, who lived near Prague around 1400. In an anti-Reformation purge, Hussites were expelled from Bohemia and went into Silesia, where they became weavers and cobblers, maintaining their faith in secret. But they had a strong tradition of hymn singing, and the most reliable tradition says that this hymn came from these humble Christians.
The hymn contains no comments on persecution, but only praise to a wonderful Savior. Whoever wrote the hymn was close to nature and adored God’s creation, but recognized that even fairer than the creation is the Creator. This season as we bask in the beauties of all that God has given us to enjoy, we mustn’t forget that Jesus is fairer and purer than all the blooming garb of spring.
From “The One Year Book Of Hymns: 365 Devotional Readings Based On Great Hymns Of The Faith”, by Robert K Brown and Mark R. Norton
Today we are going to do something different. Instead of going back to the times of the Bible; we are going to visit a family, who are going to show us from the Bible what Heaven will be like. Let’s hear what they say:
Remember the jewels of the New Jerusalem that Benjamin read about? Here’s a picture of what they really look like.
Five of these jewels have big names, don’t they? But they sure are pretty.
There’s going to be a lot of nice things to see in Heaven. But the best thing will be when we see Jesus, our loving and great Good King. Here’s a song you can learn about that:
Prayer: Thank Jesus that He is coming back to take you to Heaven. Ask Him to help you to be ready to meet Him.
Picture is from Google Images.