The stories of Eli and Abigail appear at first glance, to be simple
Christmas stories, but to those who read with an open heart, these
are stories for all seasons, and are appropriate for all ages. Both
are filled with information about the lives and circumstances of
those who lived 2000 year ago. Skeptics may say there was no Eli,
who tended sheep on the Judean hillside, but those who walk with
him through the pages of his story will come to know him and the
loneliness and hardships that were part of his life of obedience.
From the first Christmas to the end of his life, Eli's years were
spent learning that faith requires commitment. Some will say that
the innkeeper had no wife, but Abigail's life speaks for her-and it
speaks to every mother who has wept over a wayward child, or ached
because arms longing to hold an infant were empty. Life's lessons
for her were patience and endurance.
|Country of origin:
Jean Holbrook Mathews
||229 x 152 x 7mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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