The Little Woodman and Other Stories (Classic Fiction Series)
Who will save the boy lost in the woods? Or the young man caught in a storm? Full of adventure on the high seas and dry land, this collection of stories focuses on people who have had amazing experiences through...
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Who will save the boy lost in the woods? Or the young man caught in a storm? Full of adventure on the high seas and dry land, this collection of stories focuses on people who have had amazing experiences through friendship with God.
A compilation of three short stories. the title story is about a young boy, abandoned in the woods by his older brothers. the only company he has is his faithful old dog, Caesar, but he comes to realise that someone else is with him too and will never leave him, his best friend, Jesus Christ.
The themes of the second book in this series are Missionary tales and remarkable conversions. Other themes covered in the series are Living for God and the value of scripture Missionary Tales and Remarkable Conversions; Honouring God and Dramatic Deliverances; Faithful Witnesses and Childhood Faith.Joel Beeke and Diana Kleyn have taken a selection of real life incidents and fictional narratives and developed them into a series of devotional books for children aged 712.Scriptural references throughout the book use the King James Version of the Bible and the questions are also based on this version.The stories themselves include a good mixture of historical adventure childhood experiences remarkable instances of conversion and dramatic edge of your seat rescues from danger.
Stories of bravery and faith. How could a small boy survive being lost in the woods with only his dog for company? How will two little girls, cut off by the tide, get to safety? Or a young man, caught in a storm, be saved from perishing in the waves? Can a strong, fearless captain try to outrun the hurricane and his Creator? The stories in this book focus on tales on the land and sea and those people who have had excitement, adventure as well as great friendship with God. Behind each story is the Lord Jesus Christ, who made the woods and calmed the storms.
George B. Shaw was born in Bridport, Vermont. Like his father, George B. had an excellent memory and was an intense listener. George B. married Ann in 1956. George G's widow Almeda lived with Ann and George B. and their son John and daughter Erin, first in Bridport, Vermont, and then Scottsdale, Arizona. Writing courses at the Scottsdale Community College were instrumental in his compiling his father's memories into the handwritten manuscript which his daughter Erin typed c. 1980. George B. died in 1995.