Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The King's Daughter
The King's Daughter by Pansy.
Dell, a committed Christian and temperance worker, was anguished when she moved back to her father’s village tavern. Challenged to do good, she found much opposition when she ran the household in a bright, clean way. She repeatedly had to go back to her heavenly Father for strength and direction.
    “She had forgotten for a moment whose child she was. The King’s Daughter! She must not forget that. Truly she had a Father whom not only all the earth but all heaven adored.” An important verse is Isaiah 55:8—“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord.”
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Paperback 6X9, 192 pages.
ISBN 9781941281048
THE KINGS DAUGHTER by Pansy - Paperback - $9.95.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Tip Lewis and His Lamp
Tip Lewis and His Lamp by Pansy.
Tip was a disobedient boy in school, but when he heard spiritual truth, it caught in his mind. Tip became a Christian but was faced with an onslaught of testing immediately. Tip learned the Bible and how it was a lamp for his life. He realized that he had a great work to do helping people to become Christians. Soon God worked in family and friends to bring them to Himself and change their lives. Tip went away from his home to work for a merchant where he learned about business and character. An important verse is Psalm 119:105—"Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path."
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Paperback 6X9, 188 pages.
ISBN  9781935626992
TIP LEWIS AND HIS LAMP by Pansy - Paperback - $9.95.

Ester Ried: Asleep and Awake
Ester Ried: Asleep and Awake by Pansy.
Ester endured life as a half-hearted Christian, unhappily going through the motions of her housework. "O, Ester was asleep! She went to church on the Sabbath, and to preparatory lecture on a week day; she read a few verses in her Bible, frequently, not every day; she knelt at her bedside every night, and said a few words of prayer—and this was all!" She traveled to New York and was excited to be in her cousin's wedding. Abbie, a strong Christian, brought much reflection into Ester's life. "Ester saw with wide, open eyes, and thoroughly awakened soul, that there was a something in this Christian religion that Abbie had and she had not." This popular story by Pansy illustrates Ester's journey to become a stronger, more committed Christian.
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Paperback 6X9, 214 pages.
ISBN  9781935626961

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Six Little Girls
Six Little Girls by Pansy.
Six neighborhood girls were in the same Sunday-school class. They cared about dressing well and spent their time discussing clothes. Maynie wanted to witness more and to be like Jesus, so she decided to spite Satan by including the poor girl, Rachel, to be a part of their show. When she had a sore throat and had to miss Thanksgiving dinner at Grandma's, she was in for a real surprise. An important Scripture verse is: James 2:5—"Hath not God chosen the poor of this world rich in faith, and heirs of the kingdom which he hath promised to them that love him?"
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Paperback 6X9, 70 pages, 10 illustrations.
ISBN 9781935626909
SIX LITTLE GIRLS by Pansy - Paperback - $6.95.

Friday, January 31, 2014

An Hour with Miss Streator
An Hour with Miss Streator by Pansy.
The introduction from the book says—"This simple sketch [for Sunday-school teachers] is, I think, full of encouragement, and will help us, I am sure, to go forth with more earnestness and faith, 'bearing precious seed,' and to 'wait,' if need be, 'in patience,' ''till the fair harvest come.'" One class led by Miss Streator is recorded for study. This Sunday-school class had many interruptions, distractions and problems. The children's lives were followed up years later and much more had happened than was observed.
Paperback 6X9, 28 pages.
ISBN 9781935626930