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Stephen: A Soldier of the Cross

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Stephen: A Soldier of the Cross by Florence Morse Kingsley is a poignant story of faith, love, and sacrifice. The protagonist, Stephen, is a young man who feels the call of God to be a missionary in a foreign land. Despite the challenges and dangers he faces, Stephen remains steadfast in his commitment to spread the message of Christ.

Kingsley does a wonderful job of depicting Stephen's internal struggles and the external obstacles he encounters on his journey. The writing is descriptive and vivid, allowing the reader to truly feel as though they are walking alongside Stephen as he faces both triumphs and tribulations.

What sets this book apart is its exploration of themes such as faith, doubt, and the cost of following one's calling. Kingsley does not shy away from showing the hardships and sacrifices that come with being a missionary, making for a realistic and thought-provoking read.

Overall, Stephen: A Soldier of the Cross is a beautifully written and deeply moving novel that will resonate with readers of all backgrounds. It is a powerful reminder of the strength that comes from unwavering faith and the importance of following one's heart, no matter the obstacles that may arise.

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This is a unique sequel to the book Titus: A Comrade of the Cross written in a very different style, though none the less memorable, full of excitement and suspense! The author combines several stories together with great skill and ease, creating tension, making you wonder how things can play out until the very climax is reached. A blind girl and her brother just barely surviving in Egypt, threatened by the slave trade, almost without hope, one day hear about miracles happening in Jerusalem. They fly for their lives, hoping against hope and when they finally get there they find themselves at the foot of the cross. Is it too late? Was all their suffering for nothing?

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