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Respect, hope and compassion. Courage, honesty and responsibility.
These key character traits will benefit your children. What's the best way to teach these qualities to your little ones? The Illustrated True Stories of Faith is a great place to start. Each story shows childlike faith and character traits young people could emulate. Ideal for morning or evening devotionals or read as bedtime stories.
The Illustrated True Stories of Faith is a newly illustrated selection of stories from the Children’s Edition of Touching Incidents and Remarkable Answers to Prayer, compiled by S.B. Shaw in 1895. The stories will comfort, inspire, and warm the heart. Through these true accounts, we remind our children that God never forgets to care for the abandoned, the old, the sick, the young, and the persecuted.
Perhaps the greatest lesson we can teach our children is how to pray in faith to our heavenly Father--and to expect answers to our prayers.
From the Preface:
For many years in our work among children, we have felt the need of something similar to this book. The cuts are made especially for this work. Pictures in this book will suggest thoughts of God and heaven and awaken desires to live pure lives which will sooner or later result in the salvation of many of our young readers. God bless all our readers.—S.B. Shaw
We are sure these stories will interest you children (and most older people, too). Especially good and true stories like these. In all that we have selected there are precious lessons of kindness and sympathy and obedience, gratitude, courage, and faithfulness: then there are two other very important lessons which I wish you to learn. The first is that children can be and should be true Christians, that is, have their sins forgiven for Jesus' sake and their hearts changed so that they love God and the right and hate everything that is wrong. The second lesson is that we must be Christians to be ready to live or ready to die. You will find in this book several accounts of happy deaths of Christian children, and you will find also much that tells of the good done by happy Christian children that lived.—Mrs. S.B. Shaw
About the Author:
Solomon Benjamin Shaw was a Methodist Episcopal minister, historian, essayist and editor. Solomon and Etta Ellen were married McBride, Montcalm County, Michigan. Solomon resided in Chicago, Illinois for a time before taking up his principal residence in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
bound: 53 pages
publisher: Hosanna Fellowship Press (February 10, 2017)
filesize: 7594 KB