Kitty Brown Beginning to Think
Curiosmith, 2011 - 104 pages
In the final book of the Kitty Brown Series, Kitty asked what it meant to be a real Christian. She noticed her Christian friend Rosa is different but she doesn't know why. They visited a poor sick woman and Kitty struggled with the proper motivation. She considered her emotions, but they were not the substance of true piety. "The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked," is the verse which Kitty must understand before her Christianity becomes genuine. She finally found an answer when she heard a new pastor preach.
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CONTENTS THE COLLATION IN MERVINS WOODS
MISS NANCY JONES
DODDRIDGES RISE AND PROGRESS
THE CALL ON DOLLY
KITTYS VISIT WITH ELIZA
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