Item description for Susanna Wesley : Servant of God by Sandy Dengler...
Overview Susanna Annesley, born in seventeenth-century England, was the last of twenty-five children. She was exceptionally bright, and beautiful, with an insatiable love for reading. By thirteen, she could read Greek and Hebrew, was well versed in Scripture, and had already formed strong political and theological views. She eventually married Samuel Wesley, a loving, strong-willed rector in the Church of England. But her life with Sam was turbulent and frequently unhappy. Susanna Wesley knew what it was to suffer trials. An impoverished life in hostile towns, the loss of nine of her nineteen children, frequent illnesses, cruel torment from zealous Whigs, and a spendthrift husband who nurtured his dreams more than his family, were not enough, however, to squelch Susanna's spirit. She continued to teach her children to honor God and obey His Word. Then, nearing the end of her earthly life, she made a wonderful, awesome discovery.
Publishers Description The story of Susanna Wesley, mother of Charles and John Wesley, founders of the Methodist Church. A bright, beautiful woman whose life was turbulent but whose faith never wavered.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.06" Width: 4.31" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 080248414X ISBN13 9780802484147
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More About Sandy Dengler
SANDY DENGLER is a free-lance writer who has written several articles and over 40 books for children and adults including historical fiction, biographies, and mysteries. Her latest books include "The Wicked Step-Twister, The Comatose Cat," and "The New Sugar Creek Gang" series. She and her husband, William, live in Oklahoma and have two adult children.
Sandy Dengler currently resides in the state of Oklahoma.