Chapter 8: Jesus is Stronger

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 7: Set Free At Last!

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 6: Asking Daddy

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 5: What’s Really Important

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 4: A Samaritan Says “Thank You!”

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 3: The Good Neighbour

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 2: “Heralds in a Hurry”

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 1: The Resented Race

Jesus and the Resented Race
" 'What?' the chairman of the Samaritan village hedmen roared. 'What did you say?' And turning to his fellow headmen, he said, 'Did you hear that?' 'Yes, we did!' several answered indignantly. 'And surely the answer is no! Jesus of Nazareth shall not stay in our village!' " There was a good deal of tension between the Samaritans and the Jews - but Jesus showed them a better way.

Chapter 7: Kings on Trial

Gideon
“Everyone who is frightened can go home!” General Gideon used extraordinary screening methods for his army. Only 300 stood the tests. Each of those 300 he armed with a jug, a torch, and a trumpet. His motto: “The sword of the Lord and of Gideon!” Result: a resounding victory against fearful odds. And Israel enjoyed peace for 40 years.

Chapter 6: The Sword of the Lord and of Gideon

Gideon
“Everyone who is frightened can go home!” General Gideon used extraordinary screening methods for his army. Only 300 stood the tests. Each of those 300 he armed with a jug, a torch, and a trumpet. His motto: “The sword of the Lord and of Gideon!” Result: a resounding victory against fearful odds. And Israel enjoyed peace for 40 years.

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