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The Golden Heart


A charming tale which well portrays the character of the long-standing and still current conflict between Islam and Christianity and the trials faced by those who turn from Islam to our Lord Jesus Christ.  Will introduce you to many of the contrasts between the religion of works and the finished work of Christ.

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Pages: 112
Format Softbound with illustrations
Age Group 7-12 years
Publisher Bible Truth Publishers

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Set in colonial French Morocco you will discover the compelling story of Abdullah, Fatima and Sidi Abd-er-Rahman and their response to the true gospel of Jesus Christ.


By on  09 May 2021 (The Golden Heart) :

Tender and Inspirational Story

The Golden Heart is a tender and inspirational story of the Moslem culture and how the widowed father of a young daughter was gently and patiently led to Christ. I nicknamed him "Ab" due to his long name being difficult for me.

This short book has an interesting setting. It is peaceful to read, very moving, and contains some wonderful quotes such as this excerpt: " When the enemy is mustering his forces about the soul that was forever lost to him, it behooves the Christian to gather an opposing strength at the throne of grace."

The book's object is a very meaningful piece of jewelry which is always in the background. The family is not poor but comfortable, choice fabrics are mentioned, and this story dispelled my ideas of Arab households without love, although the plight of Moslem women is explored. It had a smidgeon of romance, but that was not the point of the story. I consider it a blessing to have read this encouraging book at a time when my heart was in a sensitive place.


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