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by Bill Bright,Marion Wells
A Child of the King book. The co-authors are Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade, and Marion R. Wells, writer.
A Child of the King book. Feb 16, 2016 Aurora rated it really liked it. WONDERFUL book by Bill Bright. This book is non fiction but it clearly and wonderfully follows the Bible and calls Morning Star - Jesus as the last word of the book.
255 pages ; 21 cm. "The white-haired storyteller spins his legendary saga around a crackling fire. a world of kings and princes on noble steeds, of evil forces wielding dark powers, and of a mystical snow-white dove, all who come to life in the land of Withershins. At the center of this world is Jotham, a simple, lonely orphan whose greatest desire is to find a father. As he journeys on his quest, he faces dangers and enemies far beyond his own strength and understanding. Travel with Jotham as he undertakes the perilous road to Dominus, the land where he hopes to fulfill his dreams.
A Child of the King is a very well written book. It happens in the land of Withershins, where Prince Abbadon reigns. Christ set the example for us by telling stories to teach His truths. Bill Bright and Marion Wells have followed that example in a profoundly effective way in this book. Jotham, a boy reaching maturity, lives at the orphange at Flotsam Manor. He always suspects that unseen eyes are spying him, and thus earns him the reputation of "weirdo". The illustrations of God's love, forgiveness, redemption and restoration have put a whole new focus on theological concepts I've intellectually understood for many years, but perhaps not deeply experienced in my heart.
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The Children of the King is a 2012 children's novel by Sonya Hartnett. It is about the adventures of a mother and her two children who have been evacuated from London to the country side during World War II.
But with wondrous compassion, the King of all kings, In pity and love, took me under His wings. And I who was wretched and poor now can sing Praise God, praise God, I’m a child of the King. Now I’m a child with a Heavenly home, My Holy Father has made me His own. And I’m cleansed by His blood, and I’m clothed in His love, And some day I’ll sing with the angels above. Oh, yes, oh yes, I’m a child of the King His royal blood now flows in my veins.
Marion Winnick, Newsday. King writes so well about the innocence of kids. He also writes at his best when the subject is pure evil. The child, Luke, is taken in the middle of the night. Shocking suspense and hallmark thrill. he Institute offers a thrilling reading experience and rousing tribute to the resilience of children and the unending fight against evil. G. Robert Frazier, BookPage. Stephen King is the author of more than sixty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. Slap them together and you have The Institute. His folks are murdered. He wakes up at The Institute in Maine in a room that's just like his - almost.
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