By Katherine Whaley
Prevalent and not-so-familiar Bible tales instructed via an enticing storyteller in a mode absolute to pride and tell readers of every age. Readers will appreciate Whaley's sage insights into the tales of Abraham, Cain and Abel, Jacob and David, Moses and the Exodus, Judges, Saul, David, and Solomon. This booklet is a part of the Judeo-Christian Ethics sequence through PREP Publishing.
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I don’t know if you’ve ever cooked with dried lentils, but if you have, you know two things. One is that their preparation is pretty much an all-day affair. The other is that between the smell of onions fried in olive oil that go with them, and the pungent odor of the stewed vegetable, they are enough to drive a hungry man to great lengths. On the particular day Jacob got in the mood for stew, Esau had gone out early to hunt. As a matter of fact, I’m not sure he hadn’t been out for several days, as he often was.
And Hagar stammered, “I… I’m running away from my mistress because…” and the angel said, “Yes, yes, I know, but that won’t do. You’re bearing Abram’s son, and you need to go back. You’ll still have to be Sarai’s slave, but I’ll give you so many descendants that no one will be able to count them. ” The angel was gone, and Hagar rose as if in a dream and headed for home. ” 25 Isaac Promised ABRAHAM WAS SITTING in front of his tent under the sacred trees of Mamre. It was just past lunchtime and he was digesting his noon meal and resting a little.
Then Japheth’s wife took sick and lay with her face to the wall and grieved, and Mrs. Noah muttered that the child needed air and sunshine and quiet, and Mrs. Shem took it as an insult to her son’s lusty cries. There was a real family row and the menfolks went on down to sit with the animals, and Noah released the dove in hope. She came back, though, and he took her in quietly without telling what he’d done, and waited another week. Mrs. Japheth got thinner, and paler, but the next time the dove brought in a green leaf, and Noah bent over and put it in her hand.
Bible Stories From The Old Testament: Stories that uplift, educate, and inspire (Judeo-Christian Ethics Series) (Judeo-Christian Ethics Series) by Katherine Whaley