Chapter 2: On the Way to Shiloh

Hannah
Hannah's tears are falling thick and fast. She can't sit at the Thanksgiving dinner any longer. Where is she going? Hannah threads her way between the tents to the Tabernacle, the Lord's House. Hannah kneels down on the Tabernacle floor to pray. She prays silently. Her lips move, but no sound comes. High Priest Eli is wat…read more

Chapter 1: Thanksgiving Time

Hannah
Hannah's tears are falling thick and fast. She can't sit at the Thanksgiving dinner any longer. Where is she going? Hannah threads her way between the tents to the Tabernacle, the Lord's House. Hannah kneels down on the Tabernacle floor to pray. She prays silently. Her lips move, but no sound comes. High Priest Eli is watching her. He's sure he knows what the trouble is. "Stop this drunken behaviour!" he says roughly. "Get out of here till you sober up!" Eli did not know why Hannah was distressed, but God knew.

Chapter 7: Clues for Messiah

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 6: The Passover Lamb

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 5: The Tables are Turned

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 4: Jerusalem at Last!

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 3: Stopover in Jericho

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 2: Planning for Passover

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 1: At Grandma’s for Passover

Jesus and the Temple Thieves
"Now, look here!" the farmer said. "This is the very best sheep of my flock." "I can't accept it," replied the priest. "You must buy one here from our stall. "I shan't!" said the farmer indignantly. And with that the priest's servant clobbered him across the back with a stick. The Temple priests had been making God's house into a disgrace - until Jesus came to Jerusalem!

Chapter 7: Intrigue in the Palace

Daniel
Here's the story of Daniel. The only man I know who spent a night with starving lions in their den and was brought out unharmed at the first streak of dawn next morning, by the king himself. I imagine the king took Daniel home with him for breakfast at the palace! but that's not all. Daniel was an immigrant boy in Babylon who, through his diligence and faith in God, rose to be adviser to no less than five successive kings.

Chapter 6: A Message of Doom

Daniel
Here's the story of Daniel. The only man I know who spent a night with starving lions in their den and was brought out unharmed at the first streak of dawn next morning, by the king himself. I imagine the king took Daniel home with him for breakfast at the palace! but that's not all. Daniel was an immigrant boy in Babylon who, through his diligence and faith in God, rose to be adviser to no less than five successive kings.

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