Book Review: Jesus Talked to Me Today, compiled by James Stuart Bell


About the Book-

Children have a special place in Jesus’  heart. He told his disciples to “Let the little children come to me,” encouraged them to welcome children in His name, and said that their angels continually see the face of God. Maybe that’s why children are often more receptive to miraculous experiences than adults.

This collection of awe-inspiring stories reveals how God works in the lives of these precious little ones. Through heartwarming accounts of children who have heard Jesus speak, encountered angels, and experienced miracles, we get a glimpse of the way God cares for the most vulnerable among us. Just as Jesus told His disciples, we could all use more childlike faith, and these stories “from the mouths of babes” will encourage you to hear from the Lord in a fresh, sweet, and pure way.

My Review-

Both my mom and I really like stories of God working. Y’know, like 90 Minutes in Heaven or Heaven is For Real or stuff like that. So when I saw this book, I really wanted to read it.

This book contains a variety of stories of children experiencing supernatural things, such as seeing angels, receiving things, and healings. Most of the stories were written in a third person (by a parent or someone like that), or in first person by a parent. A few were written by adults who had experiences when they were children.

I feel like many, if not most of the stories were very vague, although there were a couple that were really well-written. I didn’t really like the writing style either, but overall, the compilation of stories were really good.

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Thank you to Bethany House Publishers for sending me a free print copy for my honest review; I was not required to write a positive review.



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