The Two Wealthy Farmers (The Boys Heritage Series)
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About "The Two Wealthy Farmers (The Boys Heritage Series)"
The books in this series are copies of 18th and 19th century books. The stories have the original language, sentence structure, and art. The stories present problems people faced, and the principles they preached are as relevant today as they were then. May God be pleased to bless the contents of our "Children's Heritage Series" to the lives of each reader. Webster's warning was given many years ago; times have changed, but not in a Godly manner.The mission of Triangle Press is to furnish concerned parents tools to help teach children the truth. This "Children's Heritage Series" has not been rewritten as the Character Building Series was, but the books are reproduced in their original form; a form which some feel is antiquated. True. However, they represent not only the teachings of Godly principals, but they also represent a piece of our history and heritage. The vocabulary contained in these books is rich and varied; it is a far cry from the usual limited and bland use of words found in much of today's children's literature. Some children may even be challenged to rewrite a story in modern grammar; the stories may also be used as a springboard for family study and discussion. There are many aspects of this "Children's Heritage Series" to be cherished.The main story, which is an allegory, shows the sharp contrasts between two farmers and their families. Mr. Worthy is a devoted Christian man with a wonderful, pious, and godly home. Mr. Bragwell and his family possess only a worldly show of social religion and live in a home of vanity and pride. On many occasions Mr. Worthy counseled Mr. Bragwell on the error of his ways, but his admonitions were met with scorn. Not until death andruin strike his family does Mr. Bragwell realize the truths set forth by his friend ar