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A Missionary Twig

Auhtor: Emma Burnett

Language: english
Published: 1890

Genres:

fiction and literature,  religion
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Review by M. Erb, August 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Missionary Twig':

It developsmoulds and shapens christian-life

Excerpts from the Book 'A Missionary Twig':


... that reached to heaven. Edith asked. Yes and you remember the Lord appeared to him in the dream, and promised to be with him wherever he went. And ...
... spots on it-and I'm going to put tenths and offerings in it and take them to the mission-band to help send missionaries to the heathen.. Well, ...
... to pay when she got her dime. If she spent all her money the first of the week, she had to do without things, no matter how badly she wanted them, till ...
... a thing, she wont, and that's the end of it. But of course I'll tell her about the chairs, and see what she says. Maybe she'll let me have one.. As ...
... reproachfully at her even after she had laid one of her white aprons over it she disliked to open the drawer. There was a special meeting of the band ...
... the rest of his life. Then very ignorant and superstitious parents sometimes sacrifice their children to please their gods, and as girls are not as ...
... suffering much pain. How was she hurt. Mrs. Ashford inquired. She fell down the stair, was all the reply given, but Katie said afterward ...
... never had a doll, and nothing more was said until her mother was ready to go home. . Chapter X. Laura Amelia.CHAPTER X. LAURA AMELIA. On ...
... have partly understood, for she answered with a smile. In the meantime Miss Alice was saying to Jennie,. Did you ever hear the Psalm beginning, 'The ...
... would be very nice for Jennie and her mother to have something of the kind growing in their room, said Mrs. Howell. She went with Edith to the florist's, ...
... to do justice to the good supper provided, but Freddie was only able to keep his eyes open long enough to eat a little bread and milk. The next morning, ...
... come down here where I'm minding Freddie, wont you. I want to tell you something.. Yes, replied Evaline, I'll come pretty soon. This is the last ...
... was not suitable for an out-door meeting, they were to assemble in Mr. Stokes' barn, a fine, new affair, much handsomer than his house, and occupying ...
... and what we didn't have to move a finger to get, said Marty. I'd a great deal rather you would let me give you as many as you want.. No, it would ...
... their callers. Marty's bright eyes were the first to see the carriages. There they come around the bend. she exclaimed, and shortly a carryall ...
... mountain band, said Marty reflectively. The people in it are not all the same kind. I mean some are Methodists, and some are Presbyterians, and the ...
... in the Zenana'. I can repeat a couple of them.. 'Do you see those dusky faces Gazing dumbly to the West- Those dark eyes, so long despairing, Now ...
... be after a while a brand-new band in that far-away Southern town, that little Daisy helped to start.. Oh, I do hope so, said Daisy, smiling and ...
... every one of the Twigs was there, gazing with wide-open eyes at the fair young girl who was going so far from home to carry the gospel to her ignorant ...
... in it that I understand are this one where it says, 'Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts,' and the eighth verse about 'Whom shall I send.'. Well, ...