How to be a Bible Warrior
If you were a warrior you’d have a sharp, shiny sword and an army of soldiers to fight with. There might be a giant to attack, or a throng of enemy soldiers to defeat. But is that all there is to being a warrior? And what does it mean to be a Bible Warrior?
Abraham, David, Moses, Joshua, Gideon and Jehoshaphat are all men from the Bible who fought in real life battles, but the lessons we learn from their lives are not about sword skills or battle tactics, they are about honouring God and glorifying him. We learn about how God wants us to fight evil, to stand up for the truth and to trust in him to be our Lord and Leader, Defender and the Victor.
There are other people in this book who didn’t fight with a sword, yet they still fought the good fight. They fought with words – good words. They fought against evil by telling the true message of how Jesus died to save sinners. You can learn from them and be like them too. But most of all you can learn to be like Jesus – the one who fought sin and won, who fought Satan and won and who fought death and won!
Get ready to fight!
Recommended Reading Level:
Read to me: age 5-7
Read myself: age 8-12
“Muscles and physical toughness are not the main characteristics of a true warrior. What I love about this book is that it shows us that true warriors are truth warriors who honour God no matter the difficulties they face. They are spiritually strong because they take their strength from Christ. Devour this book to help build your spiritual muscles so that you too can be a truth warrior.” — Stewart Mackay, Former infantry soldier in the Queen’s Own Highlanders, now Padre in the British Army
About the Author
Catherine MacKenzie has written several biographies for young teens in the Trailblazers series as well as other titles for younger children. She lives in Scotland and has several nieces and nephews – a perfect practice audience! She has also written How to be a Bible Princess and How to be a Bible Beauty.