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Cunning Workmen (Grace Livingston Hill Vol 20)

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Publisher
Living Books
Language
English
Pages
199

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Mr. Hammond and Miss Parkhurst each taught a Sabbath School class at their church but their reasons and methods were quite different. Mr. Hammond lived his faith, while Miss Parkhurst, an active society lady engaged to a successful businessman, had always attended Sabbath School and knew no life without it. Her preparation to teach was sorely lacking, a fact noticed by her class.

An invitation to the weekly teachers' meeting and a desperate call for help from one of Miss Parkhurst's students set in motion a chain of events that would have far reaching effects on a number of people. This is a great story, encouraging one to think about why one serves God, and to evaluate one's own relationship with Him.

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Cover of: Cunning Workmen (Grace Livingston Hill Vol 20)
Cunning Workmen (Grace Livingston Hill Vol 20)
October 1997, Living Books
Paperback in English

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Format
Paperback
Number of pages
199
Dimensions
7 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches
Weight
4 ounces

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Open Library
OL9546613M
Internet Archive
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ISBN 10
0842331964
ISBN 13
9780842331968
OCLC/WorldCat
39625840
Library Thing
2696504
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574122

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