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Jessica's First Prayer & Jessica's Mother (#01 in Golden Inheritance Series)

Hesba Stretton
Jessicas First Prayer & Jessicas Mother (#01 in Golden Inheritance Series)

Jessica's First Prayer & Jessica's Mother (#01 in Golden Inheritance Series)

Hesba Stretton

$12.00

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THE SWORD & THE TROWEL says: "One of the most tender, touching, & withal gracious stories that we ever remember to have read. A dear little book for our children. We are not ashamed of having shed tears while reading it; in fact, should have been ten times more ashamed if we had not. The sweet portrait of the poor child Jessica is a study, & old Daniel is perfect in his own way." Christine Farenhorst wrote in CHRISTIAN RENEWAL: "A small street urchin smiles her way into a coffee stall owner's heart. Young Jessica has never heard of prayer & has no idea whom Jesus is. Although Daniel, the stall owner, is a Christian, he has taken his salvation for granted. Explaining Christ to Jessica & consequently acting in a Christian manner, revitalizes his own faith. These two heartwarming, small books (brought together in one volume), dealing with 19th century England, are sure to be enjoyed by the entire family. Good holiday, out-loud reading. Inheritance is to be commended for bringing out this old publication." For ages 7-99. Inheritance Publications Tel. & FAX 1-800-563-3594.

- Publisher In nineteenth-century London, a poor street girl is befriended by the owner of a coffee stall who feeds her once a week and introduces her to God and prayer.

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THE SWORD & THE TROWEL says: "One of the most tender, touching, & withal gracious stories that we ever remember to have read. A dear little book for our children. We are not ashamed of having shed tears while reading it; in fact, should have been ten times more ashamed if we had not. The sweet portrait of the poor child Jessica is a study, & old Daniel is perfect in his own way." Christine Farenhorst wrote in CHRISTIAN RENEWAL: "A small street urchin smiles her way into a coffee stall owner's heart. Young Jessica has never heard of prayer & has no idea whom Jesus is. Although Daniel, the stall owner, is a Christian, he has taken his salvation for granted. Explaining Christ to Jessica & consequently acting in a Christian manner, revitalizes his own faith. These two heartwarming, small books (brought together in one volume), dealing with 19th century England, are sure to be enjoyed by the entire family. Good holiday, out-loud reading. Inheritance is to be commended for bringing out this old publication." For ages 7-99. Inheritance Publications Tel. & FAX 1-800-563-3594.
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In nineteenth-century London, a poor street girl is befriended by the owner of a coffee stall who feeds her once a week and introduces her to God and prayer.
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