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The Parable of the Golden Pathway
When the Light Maker's messenger comes to Sarah's town and invites everyone to come and live in the Kingdom of Light, many accept the offer and embark on the golden pathway. Throughout her journey, Sarah learns that, though the pathway may not always be easy, the blessings are priceless and eternal.
Hardcover, 43 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Deseret Book
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I was sent this special book to review and it didn't disappoint. Jenny Phillips has a way with words and music to tell a simple but most powerful parable for our time.
The story starts off by telling us about the journeys of three siblings: Sarah, Ori, and Tabitha. They are on their way to the Kingdom of the Light Maker. In order to reach the Kingdom of the Light Maker, they need to stay on the Golden Pathway. They are told to always keep their shields out to ward off danger and pitfalls. Along t ...more
Apr 12, 2015 Robert rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Robert by: My Wife
Good book with beautiful illustrations. There were only two things that I had issues with. First, that it was a little choppy in the writing. I wish it would have flowed a little better. Second, I wish it was made into a novel instead of a small parable. It could have still had meaning being written into a novel. Look at Narnia by C.S. Lewis. I think over all the author did a great job.
Beautiful illustrations and wonderful parable about staying on the straight and narrow...or in this case the "golden pathway" and trusting our Father in Heaven to help us and bring us safely home. It didn't touch me quite as deeply as "Beautiful" but still well written and worth reading/listening to.
This book has a very important message and just like Jesus taught with parables so that those ready to learn would understand the underlying message, Jenny teaches this message so that it is a simple tale to the very young, and strong warning to those of us who are older.