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Purple book about GOD, Adam and Eve
GOD Adam and Eve

How did we become humans? How did the world begin? Children of all ages want to know how life came to be, and author Michele Watson helps young readers find the answers through her new children's book, God, Adam and Eve. The illustrated book journeys into the Creation story: from how God created the world, the plants and animals to how God made mankind, Adam and Eve. Michele also discusses in her book how Adam and Eve also disobeyed God by eating from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, which God forbid them to eat. Even though they confessed that Satan as a serpent led them to make this fateful choice, readers will see God wanted His creation to understand the consequences of disobedience. However, God is a loving God who wants the best for His children and guides us when we hear God's still small voice.

The First Murder, Rapture and Adam's Lineage

The Lord our Father always wants the best life for all of us.  When you step outside of His will, disappointment and trouble reign in your life.  Then you need Him to rescue.  Respect, honor and obey God and His word and your life will be much easier.  Let your light shine bright to others, meaning the way you live your life can be an inspiration.  God bless you, and remember trouble won't last always.

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The Flood

Have you ever wondered why God destroyed the earth and its people by flood? Who were the Nephilim?

Do you know who the sons and grandsons of Noah are and the nations they eventually formed? What do you know about the Tower of Babel? Why did God destroy the tower and confuse man’s language?


In The Flood, children learn about these biblical events in a compelling, concise way. From Noah’s ark to the Tower of Babel, children learn the story of the flood, the genealogy of Noah and his sons—Shem, Ham, and Japheth—and their resettlement of the earth. 


The Story Of Abram (In Progress)



Created by Michele Watson

Charter Township of Macomb


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