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Train-Up A Child Publishing Choosing Thankfulness

Choosing Thankfulness is an in-depth curriculum for independent students in Grades 3-5, or Grades k-2 with adult supervision. By the conclusion of the book, the book, you will find four quizzes, one for every four lessons, and an answer key. Short lessons include memory verses, an activity, review and questions. 16 lessons include topics on:

  • The Definition of Thankfulness
  • Finding Fault/Complaining are the Opposite of Thankfulness
  • Why You Should Praise God Regardless of Circumstances
  • People in the Bible who praised & thanked God
  • People in the Bible who did not praise & thank God
  • Praise Wins Battles
  • Ways for you to Praise and Thank God
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    Doctrinal Awareness

    Date:August 22, 2011
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    This study is well-organized, and I appreciate the focus on a single virtue, like thankfulness. However, buyers should be aware of segments dealing with the plan for salvation, Christ's return and speaking in tongues. These are doctrinal areas that are interpreted differently across the spectrum of Christianity. In this text, they are taught from a single doctrinal perspective and presented as the sole interpretation.
    For instance, not every denomination interprets Revelation to declare that Jesus will establish an earthly reign for 1000 years. Not every denomination interprets "speaking in tongues" to be a prerequisite for salvation or the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in one's heart. These issues have no place in an interdenominational study for children. It is confusing and supplants the influence of parents over doctrinal interpretation.
    All that being said, the areas of doctrinal conflict are easily excised leaving a very workable study of virtues that are important to living a peaceful, godly life. This alone is not a reason to bypass Choosing Thankfulness; it is simply an alert to future buyers who may be as surprised by it as I was.
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    Date:September 18, 2009
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    This entire series is awesome. I've used them all with my kids ranging from 5-11. I have now come back searching for more and am excited to have found the pre-teen/teen series. I can't wait!
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