It was about Abraham being asked to sacrifice Isaac, and Sally Lloyd-Jones, the author of the Jesus Storybook Bible that Nolan got from Granny & Papa when he was dedicated, tells it so well. The whole Bible, in whatever translation you read it, points to Jesus all the way through, but it's not always so obvious. This book is written with every story clearly pointing to Jesus.
But this one: "Many years later, another Son would climb another hill, carrying wood on his back. Like Isaac, He would trust his Father and do what his Father asked. He wouldn't struggle or run away..." choked me up.
Last week I started reading to the kids at breakfast again; I used to read the Bible to M before N was born, but we got out of the habit when we added his needs in the morning. Now, though, he is old enough (sort of!) to sit and listen / play without interrupting, so we are back at it. I've decided that we will read from this Jesus Storybook Bible, and we weren't even half a page in, on the first day, before M's 13 year old eyes lit up in an 'Oh - that makes sense!' look. (Passover explained: "God told his people to take their best lamb, to kill it and to put some of its blood on their front doors. "When God passes over your house," Moses explained, "God will see the blood and know that the lamb died instead of you."")