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Through Sarah's Eyes


Through Sarah's Eyes

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    Elizabeth Jones
Elizabeth Jones sees the world through eyes that love Jesus. And she loves the girls and boys for whom she writes. In this book, you will be blessed to come to know Sarah and to see Jesus through her eyes. Wendy Lawton, Author of Courage to Run, and Ransom?s Mark I was speechless when I finished reading Through Sarah?s Eyes. It is an awesome book for children. The word-pictures are riveting, and the scenes make understanding the gospel so clear. I was not prepared for the intense emotions that overwhelmed me in the last couple of chapters. I can?t imagine a child not being drawn to this Jesus so vividly described. A wonderful, wonderful book. Leilani Blackburn, grandmother of twenty I very much want to see Through Sarah?s Eyes in the hands of my grandchildren and now the next generation. However, Through Sarah?s Eyes is not just a children?s book, but also an opportunity for adults to rejoin the human race through the eyes and life of children ... experience once again the wonder of discovery and what we so often lose in the busyness of ?life.? Sarah?s child like enthusiasm of following Jesus and watching Him with the crowds ... hearing Him and believing with the trust of innocence ... was enchanting to me. When her dad finally trusted her enough to take her with him to tend the sheep, I found myself so into the story that I did not want to put it down. Nancy Murray, mother of 6, grandmother of seventeen, and great grandmother of nine Through Sarah?s Eyes What do dangerous soldiers, a teenage kidnapper, and a teacher have in common ... eleven-year-old Sarah. She flitters through life with her best friend, Abigail, the daughter of a religious leader and tries to avoid a strange boy named Caleb who wants to be her friend. Sarah and her Ima go to market every week. She loves all the wonderful smells of fruits, vegetables, and meats roasting over open fires and the not so nice smells of animals and hot bodies. This time Sarah meets a kind stranger who says children are special. She tells Abigail, but Abigail has already heard of him and says his name is Jesus. Her abba, a leader in the synagogue does not trust him. Sarah sees Jesus do amazing things. He feeds thousands, heals the sick. He even heals Caleb, the strange boy Sarah shuns. Jesus has a kind heart. Sarah wonders what he?d think of her heart. No rabbi has done what Jesus does. Sarah thinks maybe he could be the Messiah who will save them from the cruel Romans. But will Roman soldiers cause her to lose this gentle, loving, teacher? One day, Sarah?s, Caleb?s, and Abigail?s hearts are broken Can they ever be mended?   show more
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  • PDF | 190 pages
  • Elizabeth Jones
  • CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Unknown
  • 9
  • Children's Books

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