Old ‘Bedtime Bible Stories’ book makes this Easter extra special

Nine-year-old Ady, our only granddaughter at this time, is asking more and more questions about God and the Bible.
My wife, Kathy, dug out one of our old book bins, and found a couple books I didn’t even know we had anymore.
One of those books, titled, “365 Bedtime Bible Stories,” was given to me by my dear grandmother - God rest her soul - when I was only 5 years old. Wow! I can’t believe that was 70 years ago. I treasured it back then, but cherish it even more now as it brings back so many memories about my first days learning about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and the Bible.
The tattered and torn 380-page treasure trove even smells like my first bedroom back then.
Grandma delicately wrote, “This book belongs to Robert Erick Lamb, 320 N. 7th St., La Crosse, Wisconsin.”
Thanks again, Grandma for making my Easter extra special with all these cherished memories.
For example, I remember the times my mom and dad took turns reading those daily bedtime, one-page Bible stories and answering any and all questions I had before saying prayers together and me drifting off to sleep. Paging through the book, I also recall many of the daily elementary-written vignettes and how they relate to my daily Bible study messages and readings today.
On this Blessed Easter Sunday and the resurrection of Christ Our Risen Savior, this old book is a blessing in itself.
Grandma, I promise to say a special prayer of thanks for that old book you gave me when we attend Easter service today.
He is risen! He is risen indeed!
A Very Blessed Easter to you and your loved ones!