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Pilgrim of the Night /Palmer, Blanche/ (HB/1966-1966/B+/USED)

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*Condition Note: Book is lightly used and clean. Has dust jacket with moderate wear.*

 

"The basic facts needed in any biography depend on one factor--namely, to show that it is possible to live a life of faith in a world of doubt." Positive faith is doubtless one of the most vital components of a successful and progressive Christian life. Ruth LaSage had such a faith, and her story inspires similar trust and confidence.

Would you take the responsibility of caring for another man's daughter while the country where you lived was besieged by war and while daily danger was your way of life? Would you voluntarily commit yourself to the hardships of an enemy prison camp so that you could be near the man you loved? If your husband was killed suddenly in a tragic accident, would you have the courage to face life alone, to finish the work he had begun?

These were only a few of the dilemmas which were met and solved in Mrs. LaSage's epic of personal courage and devotion. As the story progresses, certain characteristics predominate. Her humor, her loyalty, her generosity, portray Mrs. LaSage as a person you would like to have for a friend.

This warmly human story of love and war, of recurring problems and blessings, is set against the romantic background of the Philippine Islands. The author describes the beauty of a tropical orchid and the heathen mysteries of Moro culture and equal finesse.

Blanche Palmer, herself a close personal friend of Mrs. LaSage, shows a remarkable insight into the trials and joys of the Christian journey. It is her personal wish that this story will make progress toward the kingdom of light easier for every "pilgrim of the night."

 

Preface
The Unseen Protector
The Pioneer Spirit
Beginnings
Unto All Men
"From Death Unto Life"
"Under His Wings"
"I, Ruth . . ."
Deliverance
Return to the Plantation
There Lies a Lonely Grave
In Thee I Trust
Perplexities
Faith and Works
"Inasmuch"
"The Trial of Your Faith"

 

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Binding:
Hardback
Copyright:
1966
Printed:
1966
Pages:
157
Publisher:
Southern Publishing Association
Condition:
B+

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