The Little Man Whose Heart Grew Big

The Little Man Whose Heart Grew Big

An engaging retelling of the Bible story of Zacchaeus for toddlers.

Part of the Little Me, Big God series.

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Description

Zacchaeus ran as fast as his little legs could run, and climbed as high as his little arms could reach. Why? Because Jesus was coming! Discover what happened next and how everything changed for Zacchaeus.

In this engaging retelling of the meeting between Jesus and Zacchaeus, young children discover how Jesus came to save people whose hearts are small, and to make a way that they can be friends with God.

Notes for parents at the back help to explain the details of this account from Luke 19:1-10.

Part of the Little Me, Big God series of storybooks for pre-schoolers.

Product details

Contents

  • Story: The Little Man Whose Heart Grew Big
  • Notes for Parents

Specification

Age range: 2 - 4
Author Steph Williams
ISBN 9781784986568
Format Paperback
First published October 2021
Dimensions 170mm x 170mm x 3mm
Language English
Pages 24
Publisher The Good Book Company

Other information

Notes for grown-ups:
Zacchaeus was a rich chief tax collector (Luke 19 v 2). At that time, tax collectors often cheated people by collecting more money than they should, to keep for themselves. The people called Zacchaeus a “sinner” (v 7) because he worked for the Romans, who did not follow God and who ruled over the Jews. The crowd thought Zacchaeus had betrayed them and God. So everyone was surprised when Jesus chose to spend time with him.
Although Zacchaeus had not lived a good life, his heart responded to God when he met Jesus. He changed from his self-centred way of life to follow God and show love towards others. Jesus said that even someone like Zacchaeus can be forgiven, and accepted into God’s family (as a “son of Abraham”), because Jesus came “to seek and to save the lost”. (Jesus calls himself “the Son of Man”, a name for himself from Old Testament
prophesies, v 10.) Jesus had come to die, to pay for the wrong things people have done and to save people who need forgiving.
Zacchaeus was not the only one whose heart was small. Like the crowd and Zacchaeus, we all need to be forgiven and for our hearts to be changed. And this happens when we trust in what Jesus has done for us and start a relationship with God, as Zacchaeus did.

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