BibleRhymes’ Poor Widow

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BibleRhymes’ Poor Widow – PDF
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BibleRhymes’ Poor Widow – Interactive PDF

Free Ebooks: Poor Widow

Currently we have two PDF formats for our free “Poor Widow” story. Click the pictures above or the links below to access the books.

Download Information – PDF

  • Click the link and the PDF will open in a new tab. There will be an option to download it, which will allow for control of what “reader” is used to view the book.
  • PDF size is 3.47MB.
  • 6 full page illustrations
  • Each page is 8.5 x 11 inches (with two-page spreads).
  • Glossary definitions
  • Written and illustrated by Ken McCardell
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-947049-10-9
  • ISBN-10: 1-947049-10-0

Download Information – Interactive PDF

  • Click the link and the PDF will open in a new tab. There will be an option to download it, which will allow for control of what “reader” is used to view the book.
  • PDF size is 7.26MB.
  • 6 full page illustrations
  • Music
  • Narration
  • “Clickables”
  • Glossary definitions (with audio)
  • Music by Michael McCarthy
  • Written, illustrated, and narrated by Ken McCardell
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-947049-11-6
  • ISBN-10: 1-947049-11-9

The Plot: Poor Widow (Widow’s Mite)

In this New Testament Bible story, Jesus is teaching at the temple. People loved to hear what He had to say. But He wasn’t always talking. Sometimes He was watching. And with His keen observations came divine insight.

This story has a lesson about the rich and the poor.

The Bible Rhymes: Samples

“Since some are so bad that they only want more
And would take from a widow who’s already poor.
Then, for attention, they’ll say a long prayer—
Hoping the people around them will stare.”

“Jesus stayed there at the temple that day.
He watched people coming, and some came to pay.
They paid at the temple to help it to grow.
Some gave lots of money, and some let it show.”

“But poor people came, and they gave money too.
They gave what they could, like good people do.
And Jesus, who watched, became proud as a dad:
He saw a poor woman give all that she had.”

Bible Verses

The “Poor Widow” Bible story (also known as the “Widow’s Mite”) can be found in the New Testament Gospels of Mark 12: 35-44, and Luke 20: 45-47 – Luke 21: 1-4.

Good Times get Remembered!

People remember good times. BibleRhymes is designed so people of all ages can have fun learning Bible stories and remembering them.

Where did Jesus teach? What did He see that day? All you have to do is open the book, start smiling at the pictures, then pretty soon you’ll be rhyming about Jesus and money.

Suggestions

  • Download the ebook demos to your personal device (verses viewing in a browser) for easier control of what “reader” is used to view the file.
  • Press ctrl+l, on Windows, for full screen viewing.
    Press ctrl+l again to escape from full screen viewing.
  • Left and right direction arrows on a keyboard turn book pages forwards and back.

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One thought on “BibleRhymes’ Poor Widow

  1. I love yours historys. In my country we don t have enough publications for children.

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