A family torn asunder by war, an invalid mother, a missing child, and a lost lamb all have one common theme-the innocent sometimes suffer. But in Von Schmid's unique approach to life and its mysteries, he teaches us all how suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope removes all shame. As the main characters move from the darkness of despair to a hope that is greater than their fears, they soon learn how God can take the most unlikely and innocent of all creatures, a lamb, to bring about the greatest of redemptions and reunions. 144 pages, hardcover. Written in 1848.
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