Joseph F. Girzone
Joshua and the Children
April 19, 2019 Comments.. 268
Joshua and the Children Joseph F. Girzone The Story Continues Joseph F Girzone has woven another magical story, a modern day parable, in Joshua and the Children, which gracefully continues the teachings and inspirations from his previous bestseller, Joshua A stronger Joshua arrives in a deceptively ordinary village only to witness the doings of unscrupulous leaders and violent people The children are the fiThe Story Continues Joseph F Girzone has woven another magical story, a modern day parable, in Joshua and the Children, which gracefully continues the teachings and inspirations from his previous bestseller, Joshua A stronger Joshua arrives in a deceptively ordinary village only to witness the doings of unscrupulous leaders and violent people The children are the first to recognize that something is quite different about this stranger who has come seemingly from nowhere It is through the villagers children that Joshua is able to restore a sense of peacefulness and honesty A new day had dawned, a new spirit spread throughout the land, and it all seemed to have happened because of the simple, unassuming goodness of one gentle stranger who knew only how to love.. Joshua and the Children The Story Continues Joseph F Girzone has woven another magical story a modern day parable in Joshua and the Children which gracefully continues the teachings and inspirations from his previous best
  • Title: Joshua and the Children
  • Author: Joseph F. Girzone
  • ISBN: 9780684813455
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Dan Robinson says:

      This is one of Girzone s Joshua books, but it could very well stand alone That there are several passages in which Joshua states very clearly and concisely what he sees as what humans are doing according to God s will or not is really quite refreshing A good review of how different denominations could see through their differences and even how different faiths could also.

    2. Joanna Campbell says:

      Perhaps some of you would find his book cheesy If you can get past the fact that it is a Christian book you can get a lot out of it, not as a Christian but as a person But I think they offer a lot A lot of good insight and practical application A very good read where wisdom accidently falls into your lap.

    3. Michael says:

      My fourth Joshua book Joshua goes to a thinly veiled Northern Ireland and brings peace and happiness by teaching children to love one and other A gentle parable I enjoy these books They are soce And sometimes nice is okay.

    4. Jerry says:

      A great literary parable, especially in light of recent events.

    5. Glenn says:

      Another good simple story of how we are to live to bring glory to God

    6. Steve Bender says:

      Good parable about what it might be like if Jesus had come to Ireland in the early 231st century He deals with the problem of violence through the children Thoughtful story.

    7. Carol Waters says:

      OK, it wasn t written all that long ago A mysterious stranger comes to town, enchants the children, goes on long walks with them, and does funny magic tricks such as asking a child to share a sandwich from a mysterious drum that has two sandwiches and then one , and then one , and then one I really felt as if there should have been a lot of exclamation points because the book read as if some junior high girl had written it, and it should have had hears over the i instead of dots The sort of per [...]

    8. Jeff says:

      WARNING SPOILER ALERT I don t go into great detail, but I do give perhaps enough information that could spoil it for some.Too cutesie in spots that is, where horrendous violence isn t taking place maybe readers of violent materials might not think it so harsh, but the intensity seems out of place in a book like this A tale of Joshua seeking to help end conflict in future generations by influencing children to avoid the hate of their radical elders The level of divisiveness between Christian deno [...]

    9. Michael says:

      Totally disappointing tale of a village, presumable in Ireland, traumatized by violence between Catholic and Protestents instigated by outside radicals A stranger, Joseph, comes to town with a special knack of bringing out the best in people, especially the children, though acts of simple kindness and acceptance He soon makes it clear that his mission to defeat the forces of hate by getting all the children to play together and love each other despite the religious bigotry of many adults As a pa [...]

    10. Alyssa says:

      The sequel to Joshua was alot personal for me I am still a child and can relate to what Joshua was teaching Althought the violence isn t as extreme where I live it was a tear jerker when the children came together I especially like the piccolos in the city It is an easy read, with a deep message I would recommend this book to everyone.Joshua finds himself in a town where violence has corupted the views of elders, but are effecting the children Joshua gathers a group of chidren who have been sep [...]

    11. Ebookwormy1 says:

      I read this series as a young person While I found it to be an interesting artistic attempt, it was simply not memorable to me Why would I want to read about how Jesus might look today when I can read about who He really was in the Bible The idea that believers are to follow Him is valid, but wouldn t the Bible be a better place to discover and ponder how to do that I couldn t resolve these questions as a young person and I cannot resolve them now That is what made these books a one and done for [...]

    12. Karen says:

      forgiveness is the beautiful gift that Jesus gave us as the unfailing key to peace of mind We have to adopt the forgiving nature of Jesus, who never allowed himself to take offense, so we can each in his own way, reach out to heal the hurts all around us Peace cannot exist as long as people enjoy hating Hatred can end only when individuals choose not to take offense, can overlook the meanness and limitations of others, and understand the troubles that give rise to mean things Few people grow to [...]

    13. Paul Black says:

      I enjoyed the depiction of Jesus Joshua as kind, confident, hard working, bold, and good natured I could not agree with the notion that God doesn t care what church you attend as long as you are loving On the other hand, I could see that too many people use their position to force others to do what they think is right All the social drinking bothered me, too Well written book, but I didn t feel the peaceful warmth of the spirit.

    14. Janine says:

      I found myself really bored with this one I didn t actually finish it because I realized that every time I picked it up to read, I found my mind wandering off on other things I had to keep re reading parts where it had lost my attention Maybe I just don t get the whole Catholic Protestant thing I don t know I enjoyed Joshua very much and liked Joshua and His Family I m going to try Joshua in the Holy Land next.

    15. Kelly says:

      This was required reading for my ninth grade Religion class It stood in stark contrast to books assigned for English class i.e actual literature It also nearly turned me off to Christianity entirely admittedly, the teacher was already doing a pretty good job of that single handedly, already.

    16. Josiah says:

      Much like the first book Joshua as in it s really inspiring and with a almost twisted ending however their is two twists in the ending, the first is really sad however the second twist changes the ending of the book to a happy ending.

    17. Rebecca says:

      I loved this book Joshua is such a wonderful and mysterious character The way he gets through to the children to try to bring a town together is wonderful This is one of my favorite Joshua books.

    18. Jeannie says:

      A well written book What a nice book to read Moving Makes me wish Joshua would visit my village A wonderful set of books for the family bookshelf.

    19. Kevin Orth says:

      Unfortunatley, not so good a follow up to the astounding Joshua.

    20. Erika says:

      Read it way back in 1998, but am betting I would like it JUST as much now An amazing concept and series of books.

    21. Teresa says:

      Great book really makes you think of how we treat people Is it how God wants us to

    22. Mark says:

      Enjoyed reading the book

    23. Katie Loucks says:

      loved it

    24. Teresa says:

      The Joshua series continues Another inspirational book

    25. Abby says:

      This was an awesome book It is a religious book, but an awesome one Joseph Girzone is a very good writer.

    26. Kimarie says:

      this book really opened my eyes to Jesus character.

    27. Brian says:

      A great hook with a good story to follow.

    28. Gabe Mounce says:

      Ditto my comments about Girzone s first book Joshua

    29. JanieceK says:

      What Jesus life might be like on earth today.

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