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Little stories from the Bible

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Little stories from the Bible
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[6] p. : ill. ; 13 cm.

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Bible stories, English -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
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The Finding of Moses



IAR away, in a strange country beyond
FB the sea, there once lived a wicked king.

He commanded that all the boy babies.
that might be born to the children of Israel
then living in Egypt be killed.

But shortly after he had made this wicked

rule a little baby boy was born in a family of
the children of Israel. His mother saw that he
was a fine boy, and therefore kept him hidden
for three months. But when this was no longer
possible, she made a little ark or boat of bul-
rushes which could float in the water. She
placed the baby in this boat and set the ark in
the reeds at the edge of the greatriver Nile.
_ When the king’s daughter came down to
the river to bathe, she found the ark with the
little baby Moses. She felt so sorry for him
that she took him home and raised him as her
own son. But from his mother, who was his
nurse, Moses learned all about the true God.
When he grew up, he became the leader of his people, taking them out of the country
where they had been treated so cruelly.

Our God and Father is able to keep us from every harm and danger, and we may safely
trust in Him at all times.



Paul, The Great Teacher.



Christian. When he was a young man he
hated the Christians and did all he could to
harm them.

But the time came when God took his case in
hand. Just when the young man was on the way to
arrest some Christians and put them to death, Jesus
appeared to him in the midst of a fiery light and
spoke to him. Paul learned how foolish and wicked
he had been and he believed in Jesus.

After Paul had been baptized he began to preach
about Jesus; that He was truly the Savior of the ©
whole world. The Jews became very angry at this
and tried to,kill him. But Paul's friends put him
in a large basket and let him down outside the
walls of the city, so that he got away safely. *

Paul spent the rest of his life in preaching the news of Jesus, the Savior of sinners. He traveled
hundreds and thousands of miles. People everywhere believed in their Savior and came together to form
churches. One of the favorite wofds of Paul was: ‘I determined not to know anything among you
save Jesus Christ; and Him crucified.”’ ;

Finally the enemies of Paul had him arrested and brought to Rote to be put to death. He was set
free the first time, but when he was.arrested again, he was put to death. But we’ought to confess our
Savior as Paul did. The Baldwin Library |

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IMOTHY was a boy who knew God's

Word. We do not know much about

Timothy’s father. His mother was a
Jewess, named Eunice. She was a woman of
great faith in God. Timothy’s grandmother,
Lois, was also a woman of great faith in
God. From the time Timothy was a little
child, he was taught the wonderful lessons
from God's Word.

Timothy grew up to be a noble and earnest
young man. He was true and faithful to God
and to man. It is very likely that Timothy
became a believer on the Lord Jesus Christ
through the preaching of the Apostle Paul.
Paul saw what an earnest and faithful young

was, and so he asked Timothy to go with him on his journeys to preach the

Gospel. We may be sure Timothy was glad for this chance to tell others about his dear

Saviour.

Timothy was a faithful helper to Paul. Paul said that he had no other helper whose mind
was so much like his own in caring for the Christians. He loved Timothy like a dear son.
Paul sent Timothy to a number of towns to teach the messge of God's love..

Like Timothy, we should love to learn God’s Word. In the Bible we are shown the way
to be saved, by believing on Jesus Christ as our Saviour.



The ‘Brave Shepherd “Boy

UT in the country near the little town
of Bethlehem there lived a man by the
name of Jesse. That was many, many

years before Jesus was born. This man had
seven sons, of which the youngest was David.
A part of David’s work was to take care of the
sheep of his father, for there was much pas-
ture in the hill country near the town. He was
a brave lad. Once when some wild animals
tried to carry off some little sheep from his
flock, he went after them with his staff and
brought the little lambs back again.

David loved to sing. He had a good voice,
and he learned to play on a harp, so that he
could sing and play at the same time. The
beautiful song, ‘“The Lord is my Shepherd,”’
which is known as the shepherd psalm, was written by David.

When David became a man, he was made king of his people, the children of Israel. He
was a good king, who trusted in God and tried to do His will. We ought to follow David
in this, so that God may be pleased with us also and give us His blessing.



s



How Esther Saved Her People.

HEN the children of Israel for a long

time lived in a very wicked way and

did not believe in the true God, the
Lord let their enemies take them away from
their homes to a distant country. The Jews
had many enemies in that strange land. One
of these men, by the name of Haman, wanted
to have all the Jews killed in one day.



Now it had so happened a short time before
that the king of that country had married one
of the girls belonging to the Jewish people.
. This girl's name was Esther, and the king
d her 3 up her mind to save her people from death if she could.

She went to the king and asked him to have dinner with her. When the king came to
the meal that Esther had prepared for him, she told him about the wicked plan which
Haman had made. The king was very angry at Haman and had him put to death. So the
lives of the Jews were saved.

If people try to do us wrong, we ought to pray to the Lord for help, but we must also
do all we can to save our lives, as Esther did.



When Plary Chose the
Good ‘Part

N a little village not far from the city of
Jerusalem there lived a man by the name
of Lazarus, together with his two sisters,

whose names were Martha and Mary. These
three were very good friends of our Lord
Jesus, and He loved them very dearly.

' One day when Jesus came to the home of
His three good friends they asked Him to
come in and have supper with them. Martha
soon was very busy getting supper ready. She
did not have a minute to spare in sitting down
and talking to Jesus or in listening to His
words. .

Her sister Mary acted differently. She sat oH OE ncn

down on a footstool at the feet of Jesus and listened to every word He said.

When Martha saw that Mary was not getting ready to help her with the supper she did

not like it at all. At last she walked up to Jesus and told Him that He ought to speak to
Mary about helping to get the supper. But Jesus told her, ‘Martha, Martha, you are
wotried about so many things here. But there is only one thing that is needful; and that
Mary is doing.”

It is good enough for us to be busy in serving the Lord in many ways in our church work,

but we must not forget that the main thing is to learn His Word.





“99 he Girl With the Pitcher

HEN Abraham was far over a hundred

V \) years old, he knew he had not long
to live. He wished his son, Isaac ,to.

marry a wife of his own people, and not a
woman of the heathen land in which they lived.

Abraham, therefore, sent one of his servants to
the country from which he had come many years
before, to see whether he could find a young woman
in that country who would be willing to be Isaac's
wife.

When the caravan of the servant came to the city
where the relatives of Abraham lived, he prayed to
the Lord to give him a sign. If any of the young
women coming out of the city to fetch water from
the well would offer to draw water for him and his

camels, she was to be the one whom the Lord had chosen to be the wife of Isaac.
And just so it happened. When the servant had hardly finished his prayer, Rebekah came out of the
’ city carrying her pitcher. When the servant asked her whether she would give him a drink, she offered
to draw water for his camels also. So the servant knew that the Lord had blessed his trip. When
Rebekah was asked the next day whether she would go along to be the wife of Isaac she gladly agreed
to do so. Isaac was very happy with his wife.
It is always good to talk all our plans over with the Lord in prayer.





The Pitan Who Obeyed God ~< xe gi

te



ANY, many years ago there lived a
kind and good man whose name was
Abraham. He did not live in a house

made of wood or stone, but in a tent.

One day Abraham sat near the door of his
tent, in the shade of a big tree. All at once he
looked up and saw three strange men standing
before him. Abraham got up and hurried to
meet these men. He begged them to rest a
while and to have something to eat. He him-
self helped to get everything ready and they
ate while he stood by to get them all that they
might ask for. Two of the men who had come
were angels, and the third was the Lord in the
form of a man.

When the three went away after dinner,
Abraham went with them for some distance
and God told him some of the things which He intended to do. Because Abraham was such
a good and kind man, because he believed in the Lord and tried to do His will, God called
him His friend and blessed him in many ways.

It pleases God if we always believe in Him and do what He wants us to do in showing
kindness to all men.





~— The Man Who First Sazd:
Here Am I; Send De

URELY most of us have heard the fine
S song in which we have the words: ‘Here
am I; send me.’’ But many of us do not
know where the words of this song come
from. This is the story.

Among the men who lived in the days of
old was Isaiah, who was a great preacher and
prophet. When he was still a young man, a
very strange thing happened to him. He saw
God sitting on a throne which was like a
large and beautiful arm-chair. All around this
throne bright angels were standing, each one
with six wings. While they were standing
there, they cried out to one another, “‘Holy,
holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the earth is



full of his glory.”’

_ When Isaiah saw this, he became very much afraid, for he was a sinful man, just like all
human beings. But one of the angels flew to him and touched his mouth with a live coal.
This meant that his sins were forgiven. :

After this the Lord called out, asking who would go out for Him to preach to the people.
Then Isaiah said, ‘Here am I; send me.’’ He was ready to be the servant of the Lord and
ne His Word to others, just as we should always be willing to tell others about God's

ove.



‘David and Jonathan

E all know the story of how little
David killed the wicked giant Go-
liath.

When David came back after his fight, he
met the oldest son of king Saul, whose name
was Jonathan. The two young men became
the very best of friends, and loved each other
very dearly. .

But Saul began to hate David and wanted
to have him killed. Some of Saul’s mean ser-
vants were ready to help him kill David, but
Jonathan always took David's part.

Later there was another war, and the people Pe
praised David so much for being brave that Saul became very angry and made up his mind
surely to kill him. When Jonathan tried to speak well of David, Saul threw his spear at
Jonathan. Now he and David had agreed on a way by which David would find out whether
the king had made up his mind to kill him. Jonathan went out in the field with his bow
and arrows. Then he shot an arrow way over the head of the boy who had come along to
pick up the arrows. That was the sign by which David knew that his life was no longer safe.

David came out of his hiding-place in the field and the two friends promised to be true
friends all their life. It is a very fine thing if we choose good friends and remain true to

them always.





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The Finding of Moses



IAR away, in a strange country beyond
FB the sea, there once lived a wicked king.

He commanded that all the boy babies.
that might be born to the children of Israel
then living in Egypt be killed.

But shortly after he had made this wicked

rule a little baby boy was born in a family of
the children of Israel. His mother saw that he
was a fine boy, and therefore kept him hidden
for three months. But when this was no longer
possible, she made a little ark or boat of bul-
rushes which could float in the water. She
placed the baby in this boat and set the ark in
the reeds at the edge of the greatriver Nile.
_ When the king’s daughter came down to
the river to bathe, she found the ark with the
little baby Moses. She felt so sorry for him
that she took him home and raised him as her
own son. But from his mother, who was his
nurse, Moses learned all about the true God.
When he grew up, he became the leader of his people, taking them out of the country
where they had been treated so cruelly.

Our God and Father is able to keep us from every harm and danger, and we may safely
trust in Him at all times.
Paul, The Great Teacher.



Christian. When he was a young man he
hated the Christians and did all he could to
harm them.

But the time came when God took his case in
hand. Just when the young man was on the way to
arrest some Christians and put them to death, Jesus
appeared to him in the midst of a fiery light and
spoke to him. Paul learned how foolish and wicked
he had been and he believed in Jesus.

After Paul had been baptized he began to preach
about Jesus; that He was truly the Savior of the ©
whole world. The Jews became very angry at this
and tried to,kill him. But Paul's friends put him
in a large basket and let him down outside the
walls of the city, so that he got away safely. *

Paul spent the rest of his life in preaching the news of Jesus, the Savior of sinners. He traveled
hundreds and thousands of miles. People everywhere believed in their Savior and came together to form
churches. One of the favorite wofds of Paul was: ‘I determined not to know anything among you
save Jesus Christ; and Him crucified.”’ ;

Finally the enemies of Paul had him arrested and brought to Rote to be put to death. He was set
free the first time, but when he was.arrested again, he was put to death. But we’ought to confess our
Savior as Paul did. The Baldwin Library |

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man Timothy



IMOTHY was a boy who knew God's

Word. We do not know much about

Timothy’s father. His mother was a
Jewess, named Eunice. She was a woman of
great faith in God. Timothy’s grandmother,
Lois, was also a woman of great faith in
God. From the time Timothy was a little
child, he was taught the wonderful lessons
from God's Word.

Timothy grew up to be a noble and earnest
young man. He was true and faithful to God
and to man. It is very likely that Timothy
became a believer on the Lord Jesus Christ
through the preaching of the Apostle Paul.
Paul saw what an earnest and faithful young

was, and so he asked Timothy to go with him on his journeys to preach the

Gospel. We may be sure Timothy was glad for this chance to tell others about his dear

Saviour.

Timothy was a faithful helper to Paul. Paul said that he had no other helper whose mind
was so much like his own in caring for the Christians. He loved Timothy like a dear son.
Paul sent Timothy to a number of towns to teach the messge of God's love..

Like Timothy, we should love to learn God’s Word. In the Bible we are shown the way
to be saved, by believing on Jesus Christ as our Saviour.
The ‘Brave Shepherd “Boy

UT in the country near the little town
of Bethlehem there lived a man by the
name of Jesse. That was many, many

years before Jesus was born. This man had
seven sons, of which the youngest was David.
A part of David’s work was to take care of the
sheep of his father, for there was much pas-
ture in the hill country near the town. He was
a brave lad. Once when some wild animals
tried to carry off some little sheep from his
flock, he went after them with his staff and
brought the little lambs back again.

David loved to sing. He had a good voice,
and he learned to play on a harp, so that he
could sing and play at the same time. The
beautiful song, ‘“The Lord is my Shepherd,”’
which is known as the shepherd psalm, was written by David.

When David became a man, he was made king of his people, the children of Israel. He
was a good king, who trusted in God and tried to do His will. We ought to follow David
in this, so that God may be pleased with us also and give us His blessing.



s
How Esther Saved Her People.

HEN the children of Israel for a long

time lived in a very wicked way and

did not believe in the true God, the
Lord let their enemies take them away from
their homes to a distant country. The Jews
had many enemies in that strange land. One
of these men, by the name of Haman, wanted
to have all the Jews killed in one day.



Now it had so happened a short time before
that the king of that country had married one
of the girls belonging to the Jewish people.
. This girl's name was Esther, and the king
d her 3 up her mind to save her people from death if she could.

She went to the king and asked him to have dinner with her. When the king came to
the meal that Esther had prepared for him, she told him about the wicked plan which
Haman had made. The king was very angry at Haman and had him put to death. So the
lives of the Jews were saved.

If people try to do us wrong, we ought to pray to the Lord for help, but we must also
do all we can to save our lives, as Esther did.
When Plary Chose the
Good ‘Part

N a little village not far from the city of
Jerusalem there lived a man by the name
of Lazarus, together with his two sisters,

whose names were Martha and Mary. These
three were very good friends of our Lord
Jesus, and He loved them very dearly.

' One day when Jesus came to the home of
His three good friends they asked Him to
come in and have supper with them. Martha
soon was very busy getting supper ready. She
did not have a minute to spare in sitting down
and talking to Jesus or in listening to His
words. .

Her sister Mary acted differently. She sat oH OE ncn

down on a footstool at the feet of Jesus and listened to every word He said.

When Martha saw that Mary was not getting ready to help her with the supper she did

not like it at all. At last she walked up to Jesus and told Him that He ought to speak to
Mary about helping to get the supper. But Jesus told her, ‘Martha, Martha, you are
wotried about so many things here. But there is only one thing that is needful; and that
Mary is doing.”

It is good enough for us to be busy in serving the Lord in many ways in our church work,

but we must not forget that the main thing is to learn His Word.


“99 he Girl With the Pitcher

HEN Abraham was far over a hundred

V \) years old, he knew he had not long
to live. He wished his son, Isaac ,to.

marry a wife of his own people, and not a
woman of the heathen land in which they lived.

Abraham, therefore, sent one of his servants to
the country from which he had come many years
before, to see whether he could find a young woman
in that country who would be willing to be Isaac's
wife.

When the caravan of the servant came to the city
where the relatives of Abraham lived, he prayed to
the Lord to give him a sign. If any of the young
women coming out of the city to fetch water from
the well would offer to draw water for him and his

camels, she was to be the one whom the Lord had chosen to be the wife of Isaac.
And just so it happened. When the servant had hardly finished his prayer, Rebekah came out of the
’ city carrying her pitcher. When the servant asked her whether she would give him a drink, she offered
to draw water for his camels also. So the servant knew that the Lord had blessed his trip. When
Rebekah was asked the next day whether she would go along to be the wife of Isaac she gladly agreed
to do so. Isaac was very happy with his wife.
It is always good to talk all our plans over with the Lord in prayer.


The Pitan Who Obeyed God ~< xe gi

te



ANY, many years ago there lived a
kind and good man whose name was
Abraham. He did not live in a house

made of wood or stone, but in a tent.

One day Abraham sat near the door of his
tent, in the shade of a big tree. All at once he
looked up and saw three strange men standing
before him. Abraham got up and hurried to
meet these men. He begged them to rest a
while and to have something to eat. He him-
self helped to get everything ready and they
ate while he stood by to get them all that they
might ask for. Two of the men who had come
were angels, and the third was the Lord in the
form of a man.

When the three went away after dinner,
Abraham went with them for some distance
and God told him some of the things which He intended to do. Because Abraham was such
a good and kind man, because he believed in the Lord and tried to do His will, God called
him His friend and blessed him in many ways.

It pleases God if we always believe in Him and do what He wants us to do in showing
kindness to all men.


~— The Man Who First Sazd:
Here Am I; Send De

URELY most of us have heard the fine
S song in which we have the words: ‘Here
am I; send me.’’ But many of us do not
know where the words of this song come
from. This is the story.

Among the men who lived in the days of
old was Isaiah, who was a great preacher and
prophet. When he was still a young man, a
very strange thing happened to him. He saw
God sitting on a throne which was like a
large and beautiful arm-chair. All around this
throne bright angels were standing, each one
with six wings. While they were standing
there, they cried out to one another, “‘Holy,
holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the earth is



full of his glory.”’

_ When Isaiah saw this, he became very much afraid, for he was a sinful man, just like all
human beings. But one of the angels flew to him and touched his mouth with a live coal.
This meant that his sins were forgiven. :

After this the Lord called out, asking who would go out for Him to preach to the people.
Then Isaiah said, ‘Here am I; send me.’’ He was ready to be the servant of the Lord and
ne His Word to others, just as we should always be willing to tell others about God's

ove.
‘David and Jonathan

E all know the story of how little
David killed the wicked giant Go-
liath.

When David came back after his fight, he
met the oldest son of king Saul, whose name
was Jonathan. The two young men became
the very best of friends, and loved each other
very dearly. .

But Saul began to hate David and wanted
to have him killed. Some of Saul’s mean ser-
vants were ready to help him kill David, but
Jonathan always took David's part.

Later there was another war, and the people Pe
praised David so much for being brave that Saul became very angry and made up his mind
surely to kill him. When Jonathan tried to speak well of David, Saul threw his spear at
Jonathan. Now he and David had agreed on a way by which David would find out whether
the king had made up his mind to kill him. Jonathan went out in the field with his bow
and arrows. Then he shot an arrow way over the head of the boy who had come along to
pick up the arrows. That was the sign by which David knew that his life was no longer safe.

David came out of his hiding-place in the field and the two friends promised to be true
friends all their life. It is a very fine thing if we choose good friends and remain true to

them always.


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