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« on: April 05, 2008, 07:28:08 PM »

We need to teach babies and children about Jesus when they are young. You can quote Scripture to your child while feeding them, talking to them , or what have you. YOur older kids can rehearse their Memory verses or tell the young child or baby what they learned in Children's Churc h or Sunday School  to young children or the babies. Younger siblings, toddlers,or your friends can sing Praise songs, Deep and Wide, Jesus Loves me, Jesus Loves The Little children to the baby or young child. Play CDs of Praise music to the baby or young child as they  drift off to sleep.
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