Thursday, July 25, 2013

Stories With a Message

The cute photo of Hazel at 3 years old
is worth the  cost of the book!
Most everyone enjoys hearing or reading a story.  Even better yet if it is a true story.

I can remember in grammar school, after lunch, our teacher would read to us a chapter from a book.  Usually it was Winnie the Pooh Bear, or Aesop’s Fables where there always was a moral to the story.

Jesus is our example and He told stories to illustrate his messages. 

Matthew 13:34-35  Jesus used stories when he spoke to the people.  In fact, Jesus did not tell the people anything without using stories.  
So God's promise came true, just as the prophet had said, "I will use stories to speak my message and to explain things that have been hidden since the creation of the world."

Every Sunday as a child, I looked forward to hearing Bible stories, some exciting, others terrifying and some with happy endings.  Again we were to learn something from these chronicles to relate to our own lives.

Usually when I write a personal story about things that have happened to me, a message is included that can be applied to a life – yours, mine or to someone that you know.

My books, “Rescue The Stories, Book One” and Book Two, and Three do just that.  What a wonderful gift my books would be for someone you love, as a Christmas or a Birthday gift - - or a thank you gift. 
There is a convenient buy now button on this site to assist you in a quick order. 
On the order portion there is a place to send a message to me for which of the three books you desire to order.



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  1. I always remember how you encourage me to write and that makes me smile.Cheers and have a great weekend Hazel..regards to Robert.

  2. As you know I've already read Rescue The Stories part 1 and I'm currently reading part 2. You know I so cherish your stories, truth, and wisdom, Hazel. I couldn't recommend your books any higher! Gotta do a post about them!


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