A Hedge Fence


Read by TriciaG

(4.7 stars; 18 reviews)

Twelve stories, one for each month of the year, which first list a few Bible verses then relate how those verses took effect in a young person's life. The first 10 chapters are letters written by Frank Hudson to his cousin Renie. Frank is a boy who gets into trouble when he doesn't think before acting. He receives Bible verses as a kind of "hedge fence" he has to jump through or climb over to do the wrong things; they scratch him and give him a prick, and remind him of what is the right way to go. The final two chapters are about Annie and David, aged 13 and 12 - little episodes in their life relating to a Bible verse, and how by heeding it, it made a difference to them. - Summary by TriciaG (1 hr 42 min)

Chapters

Why stand ye gazing up into Heaven? 8:47 Read by TriciaG
If God be for us, who can be against us? 8:54 Read by TriciaG
We ought to obey God rather than Men 8:29 Read by TriciaG
Thy Heart is not right in the Sight of God 7:45 Read by TriciaG
Separate me 6:59 Read by TriciaG
Speaking boldly in the Lord 6:46 Read by TriciaG
Be sure your Sin will find you out 9:42 Read by TriciaG
And they forsook the Lord God of their Fathers 5:52 Read by TriciaG
I have lent Him to the Lord 7:46 Read by TriciaG
Hitherto hath the Lord helped us 10:18 Read by TriciaG
With all your Heart 10:17 Read by TriciaG
Christmas Practices 10:46 Read by TriciaG

Reviews

A Sweet, Worthwhile Story


(5 stars)

I enjoyed this book a lot. It’s a bit preachy as many Pansy books seem to modern audiences, but really meaningful connections were made between scripture and how it can effect your life. I hope to listen to this again someday. The reader did a good job.


(5 stars)

Oh how I wish I had the stories from Pansy when I was growing up! I think I might have made better choices! Great book. Great readers!

Beautiful Stories


(5 stars)

I loved the Bible verses and their applications to every day life.