Chapter 2: The Soldier’s Windfall

Jesus and the Splendid Dawn
"The Stranger still stood on the shore. John, shielding his eyes from the glare of the rising sun, nudged Peter and said, "It's the Lord!"" Hear about Jesus' resurrection and the people he met with before returning to heaven.

Chapter 7: Jesus at a Wedding

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 6: The Lamb of God

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 5: The Battle With Satan Begins

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 4: The Voice from Heaven

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 3: At the Jordan Crusade

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 2: Grandma’s Exciting Story

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 1: Jesus is Gone!

Jesus the Carpenter
"Well, well, my dears!" Grandma said. "And what have you been doing this morning early?" "We went to look for Jesus," Debbie said, "but He wasn't there in His shop this morning. Mr. Levi came by and said that Jesus had gone down the hill…" Jesus had headed for the Jordan River for an exciting meeting with John the preacher. Then He would meet His old Enemy in the desert.

Chapter 7: The Wedding

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 6: To Be or Not to Be?

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

Chapter 5: Matchmaking

Ruth
"Ruth set out early, with her shawl thrown round her shoulder. Which field should she glean in? It didn't matter much - they were all owned by strangers. She was just a poor foreign widow, an utter nobody. No family to protect her. Only a sad old mother-in-law, alone in the world." Hear of the "harvest proposal" which changed Ruth's life.

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