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It's All Real True Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-58474-0766
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 192
  • Publisher: Lamplighter Rare Collectors

It’s All Real True (Eglanton Thorne)

$19.00 $16.75

This riveting story presents Molly, a young hunchback girl who finds fulfillment in the love of the Shepherd. But the words of others plant seeds of doubt in her heart, paralyzing her growth and robbing her of joy.

Yet through life’s adversity, Molly proves to be courageous, setting aside her own safety in order to rescue her pleasure-seeking sister. Many important themes are explored in this touching story, including love, sacrifice, faith and hope.

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It’s All Real True

This riveting story presents Molly, a young hunchback girl who finds fulfillment in the love of the Shepherd. But the words of others plant seeds of doubt in her heart, paralyzing her growth and robbing her of joy.  Yet through life’s adversity, Molly proves to be courageous, setting aside her own safety in order to rescue her pleasure-seeking sister. Many important themes are explored in this touching story, including love, sacrifice, faith and hope.  And yes, it’s all real true!

Other titles by Lamplighter author Eglanton Thorne

  • The Old Worcester Jug
  • The Stolen Book

Table of Contents

  1. Molly and Kathleen
  2. A Sad Farewell
  3. Two Lonely Girls
  4. The Theatre and the Mission Hall
  5. Molly Gains a Treasure
  6. Doubt and Disappointment
  7. A Strange Question
  8. Molly has a Talk with her Minister
  9. The Rest of Faith
  10. Kathleen is a Source of Great Anxiety
  11. A Sister’s Danger
  12. Kathleen is Saved
  13. No Longer Desolate
  14. A Willing Sacrifice
  15. Molly’s Difficulties Come to an End

About the Lamplighter Rare Collector’s Series 

Lamplighter stories are much more than good and wholesome reading for the family.  The inspiring role models found in Lamplighter books show a child that outward compliance alone will not carry a child through the stresses and disappointments soon to be faced in adolescence and adulthood, nor are they a substitute for faith in Christ.  As we learn of perseverance, courage, loyalty, humility, these are qualities to emulate and pursue, but as children read in stories of others like them trying their best and falling short, they will powerfully learn their need for the gospel.  Though life is often not easy, we can be confident that each disappointment and trial is designed by a loving God for our good.

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