In Old Testament times, the tradition or culture of the people was to call their
children by a name that meant something.
For example, Joshua means “God delivered,” and Peter means “rock.” Parents
wanted to name their children something that had meaning.
In addition to that, The Bible pays particular attention to names. Throughout
Scripture, you discover that names hold significant value and meaning. They tell us
something specific about someone’s character. We see this when God changes the
name of that swindler, Jacob, to Israel (one who contends with God). And in the
New Testament, we see it when Jesus changes Simon’s name to Peter, meaning
Jesus had many different things to do here on earth, so He had many different
This guide is an invitation for families to review the different names of the Lord throughout the bible and to reflect on what each name means. It is also a gentle invitation to memorize those special names in English and in Spanish.
The colorful ornaments also make for fun Holiday decorations for your Christmas tree and/or other places in the home.
What is included:
- 12 Colorful ornaments with the names of Jesus in English as well as Spanish
- A Biblical guide of where in the Bible the Lord called a certain name
- And a small introduction that helps you reflect on why it is important to learn God’s different names
- A video with the proper pronunciation. (Find it on our Instagram account @spanishatcedarhill
I hope you take advantage of this promotion, and of course, feel free to share it with your friends and family if you think this can be a helpful resource for them as well.
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Merry Christmas! – ¡Feliz Navidad!
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