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The Happiest Girl in Korea: And Other Stories from the Land of Morning Calm
Minerva L. Guthapfel
No preview available - 2015
American boy Anna answered arms baggy trousers bells better Bible woman blind girl bodyguard called chair child Christian Christmas tree churches clothes cold cross of gold dear doctor door eager evil genius eyes face father fear folks foreign funny gate gateman Girl in Korea hair hands Happiest Girl happy head heard heart heathen hospital hurried hy-een hymn Jesus Birthday Jesus loves Korean language lady laughed listen little boy little brown little prince look Majesty Methodist Episcopal Church missionary morning mother never noise nurse Oak-pun-ie officials once palace Pauline plaited pony Poo-na poor Pou-in pray prayer prince of Korea Pyeng rest rice Seoul shoes sick spanked stood story talk tell things tinsel ornaments tired to-day told turned verse voice wait wall Wee-won women words Yea-su You-po-gie You-po-gie's
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Page 24 - What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus; What can make me whole again? Nothing but the blood of Jesus.
Page 91 - As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so is the Lord round about his people," is "realized as most persons would wish or expect it to be.
Page 102 - ... time he arises in the morning until he goes to bed at night, this help and protection is being extended.
Page 3 - The happiest girl in Korea; and other stories from the Land of morning calm.
Page 23 - ... while you live; and when you die he will take you to...
Page 40 - Doctor prayed, commending these parents to him who hath said, " I will never leave thee nor forsake thee,"—
Page 17 - Oak-pun-ie, who hasn't any hands and only a foot ! And I did it, and he did! He took them all away. And he loves me, I know it inside here. Isn't that enough to tell your people? Lady, it's true, I am the happiest girl in Korea. Tell them ' Thank you,' please, for me ! " The missionary rose with tear-dimmed eyes, scarcely able to speak.