Item description for Little Faith (Classic Fiction) by O. F. Walton & Walton O. F....
Overview After her mother dies, Faith is forced to run away and has to try and survive by herself. O.F. Walton shows us what it is like to be a young street child last century. With the help of loving friends and a caring God, read how Faith learns to trust people once again.
Publishers Description The second book in the series following on from the bestselling Rainforest AdventuresChildren are fascinated with the natural world around them and with facts and information about animals that they have never seen. However often good nature programmes on T.V. or articles in magazines centre on evolution and completely ignore the Creator. Each story has a Bible verse and lesson for the reader to take away. Written by someone who spent his life in the Rainforest this book has the added benefit of being written by someone who has been there lived there and experienced the culture not just someone who has read the encyclopaedias.
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Studio: Christian Focus
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.5" Height: 7" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date May 11, 2000
Publisher Christian Focus Publications
Grade Level Grade School
Series Classic Fiction
ISBN 185792567X ISBN13 9781857925678
Availability 0 units.
More About O. F. Walton & Walton O. F.
Amy Catherine Walton (1849-1939), better known as Mrs. O. F. Walton, was a British author noted for writing Christian fiction for children. Some of her most popular works are Christie's Old Organ and A Peep behind the Scenes.
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Little Faith Learns Faith and Trust in God Feb 25, 2008
Little Faith lived and worked with a man she called her father. His wife had taken her in when her own mother died, and she had lived with them and helped their family until John Robinson's wife died. Then his drunken mother in law, Mrs. Gubbins, came to "care" for the children, and she resented John's providing for one who was not even his child, especially in their poor circumstances. But Mr. Robinson said that he and his wife had loved little Faith, and he was not going to turn her out. After Mrs. Gubbins complained again to him one night about Faith, she decided to leave; Mrs. Gubbins would be happier, and so would her dear father, for he would not have to be vexed by hearing complaints about her. She left that night, and tried to find someone who needed a servant, but there seemed to be nothing for her. She stepped into a church building to peer at her father through a window unseen. She was sad, lonely, cold and hungry, and she despaired of the Lord seeing to her needs or helping her in any way. Listening to the message afterwards, she fell asleep, but was startled awake by the words, "Little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt?" She thought Jesus and told the minister about her, and spoke to him afterwards, promising never to doubt Him again. She found that he had only been reading the words of Scripture, but he said that the Lord must have wanted to use that to get her attention. From there, little Faith's world began to look brighter. She believed in God's promises, and although everything did not immediately turn out, she trusted in His care.
This was such a sweet, tender little story, perfect for children and adults.
Precious Feb 20, 2004
What a sweet book! My husband read it in one sitting. He just couldn't put it down. After I read it, we decided our oldest daughter would enjoy it. She's nearly five and is simply soaking it all up! She begs me to read the next chapter every time we finish one. Little Faith is so endearing. You find yourself hoping everything turns out all right for her. It's quite enjoyable.