Tip Lewis and His Lamp
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Tip Lewis and His Lamp

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Oh, that music how it rolled around the ring Tip was too busy looking and listening to keep out of people's way; he stepped back, still jostled by the crowd who were pouring in, and stepped directly in front of a man who was trying to make his way through the crowd around the entrance. Tip knew him in an instant; he was one of the circus men,--the one with the ugly face th...more
Paperback, 148 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Kessinger Publishing (first published 1867)
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Maggie
this book has a most definite old-fashion tone which on first blush made me uninterested yet curious. upon finishing the book, i can say that i found it totally delightful. it is a specialty book, though -- best suited for those of sincere christian faith who won't be shocked by the dialogue and private thoughts sketched out; but rather, smile in warmth and awareness at the validity of the progress of young tip lewis ... as though we have all walked that very path and it is a blessing to see it...more
Giancarlo Montemayor
the first book I ever read hehe
Chris Rasmussen
Excellent depiction of intercessory prayer.
Nan
This is a tender story that I think that has some similarity with “Sunshine country”, by Christine Roy. It is about a boy who surrenders his life to Christ and so he helps change the lives of his neighbors as he grows up, both physically and spiritually. I wish could become the man of God he became and take the Bible as my lamp too, all the days of my life.
maidenofvirtue a.k.a. Mandy
I loved this book. Maybe it was for younger peoples, but I loved it. It was cute, encouraging, and inspiring. So many valuable lessons were learned in it!
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