"One generation shall commend your works to another," write David in Psalm 145:4, "and shall declare your mighty acts." David surrounds this statement with comments about the nature of God as being altogether worthy of praise, He says people will "pour forth the fame of (his) abundant goodness" and "sing aloud of his righteousness." In other words, telling stories of God's acts will help to make known God's character.
Written for elementary school-aged children, Mighty Acts of God tells the story of God's revelation of himself, his saving purposes, and his covenant. Author Starr Meade explains that these stories are not simply moral examples for kids, but rather they introduce kids to God as Sovereign Ruler, Holy Judge, Powerful Savior, and Faithful Redeemer.