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Calendar aug-2013

  1. 1. Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited. Illustrations by Didier Martin - Copyright © 2013 by Didier Martin http://jacques-mylittlehouse.blogspot.com/ - www.mylittlehouse.org
  2. 2. parts for the frame corners part to glue on the back after attaching a string (see photo instruction)
  3. 3. Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited. Illustrations by Didier Martin - Copyright © 2013 by Didier Martin http://jacques-mylittlehouse.blogspot.com/ - www.mylittlehouse.org
  4. 4. parts for the frame corners part to glue on the back after attaching a string (see photo instruction)
  5. 5. Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited. Illustrations by Didier Martin - Copyright © 2013 by Didier Martin http://jacques-mylittlehouse.blogspot.com/ - www.mylittlehouse.org
  6. 6. Permission granted to print for personal use only. Distribution is prohibited. Illustrations by Didier Martin - Copyright © 2013 by Didier Martin http://jacques-mylittlehouse.blogspot.com/ - www.mylittlehouse.org
  7. 7. A shepherd boy and a giant While King Saul, of Israel, was fighting a war against the army of the Philistines, a giant man, a soldier of the Philistines, came and defied the army of King Saul: “Send a man who dares to fight me,” said Goliath, the giant. “If he kills me, the Philistines will be your servants. But if I kill him, you will be our slaves!” No one dared answer the challenges and fight the biggest, strongest, most feared man of all the Philistines soldiers. But unexpectedly, a young man’s voice was heard: “I’ll do it.” And soon, a young simple shepherd, armed with only a sling and a few stones, faced the terrible giant. “You come with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come in the name of the Lord God who will give me the victory!” And He did! The name of the young shepherd was David, who later became King David. You can read the rest of the story in 1 Samuel chapter 17.
  8. 8. A shepherd boy and a giant While King Saul, of Israel, was fighting a war against the army of the Philistines, a giant man, a soldier of the Philistines, came and defied the army of King Saul: “Send a man who dares to fight me,” said Goliath, the giant. “If he kills me, the Philistines will be your servants. But if I kill him, you will be our slaves!” No one dared answer the challenges and fight the biggest, strongest, most feared man of all the Philistines soldiers. But unexpectedly, a young man’s voice was heard: “I’ll do it.” And soon, a young simple shepherd, armed with only a sling and a few stones, faced the terrible giant. “You come with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come in the name of the Lord God who will give me the victory!” And He did! The name of the young shepherd was David, who later became King David. You can read the rest of the story in 1 Samuel chapter 17.

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