A Child's View of the Sufferings of Jesus

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Karen Weitzel, who adapted The Story of Hope for kids, said that her sister showed her youngest grandson The Story of Hope--Kids and talked to him about some of the pictures.

Ephraim said the “grossest “ picture in The Story of Hope--Kids was #20 which represents the prophecies of the Messiah. He didn’t like seeing Jesus being whipped. Karen then video-called Ephraim and his grandmother and talked to him about some of the pictures. Ephraim whispered a simple prayer: “Thank You for loving us.” Ephraim, then four years old, was still putting together, in his young mind, an answer to the question—“Why did Jesus die the way He did?” Ephraim is now five years old and has professed his faith in Jesus as his Savior.

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