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The Great Celebration Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-84550-4038
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 24
  • Publisher: Christian Focus Publications

The Great Celebration: A Puzzle book about Hezekiah

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King Hezekiah loved and served God. When the Emperor of Assyria attacked him, his faith was put to the test. Solve the puzzles, crack the codes and discover some fascinating facts about King Hezekiah.

Each book in this series has the full story of the biblical person on the very first page. Then the activities begin! There’s joining the dots, chasing round in word searches, spot the difference and loads more. Then, if you get stuck the answers are in the back!

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The Great Celebration

A Puzzle Book about Hezekiah

King Hezekiah loved and served God. When the Emperor of Assyria attacked him, his faith was put to the test. Solve the puzzles, crack the codes and discover some fascinating facts about King Hezekiah.

Each book in this series has the full story of the biblical person on the very first page. Then the activities begin! There’s joining the dots, chasing round in word searches, spot the difference and loads more. Then, if you get stuck the answers are in the back!

The story of Hezekiah, whose live these games and puzzles are based on, is found in 2 Chronicles 29.

Hezekiah became king of Judah when he was 25 years old. He reigned in the city of Jerusalem.

Hezekiah’s father, Ahaz, had been a wicked king. he had shut the doors of the temple and worshipped other gods. It was not surprising that he made God very angry.

When Ahaz was king, God punished the people of Jerusalem and Judah because they had turned away from him. The men were killed in battle and their families were made slaves.

King Hezekiah was determined change everything and to please God! In the first month of the first year of his reign, he opened the doors of God’s temple. He called the priests and other people named Levites to turn back to God. They did, and went into the temple to make it pure and clean. They took out everything which had made God angry, and brought back the things which King Ahaz had taken away.

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