Rescue at the Eleventh Hour
This story, for children 8-14, is a factual narrative of the brave witness of William Hunter, as he was burned at the stake, leading the Clayton family to investigate the Reformation truths of the Bible. As a result, they came to believe in salvation through Christ alone. But it’s a dangerous time for believers, the reign of Mary I of England. This is an account of what God put them through for their faith, and how God providentially sustained them.
It’s the factual narrative of a family’s struggle to uphold the doctrines of the Reformation during the reign of Queen Mary I of England. The men, women and youths, who suffered martyrdom for their faith under the persecuting policy of Mary Tudor must never be forgotten. Their lives reflect in a wonderful manner how the light of God’s truth in the gospel cannot be quenched by the flames of persecution.
Rescue at the Eleventh Hour is one of the volumes in The Children’s Heritage Series – Boy’s Collection, which also has eight (8) other books, including:
- Gerrit and His Dog
- Grace to the Humble
- The Young Christian
- Kanousky & David Brainerd
- The Two Wealthy Farmers
- The Negro Servant and the Black Prince
- The Widow’s Son
- A Faithful Boy’s Influence