Enoch Roden begins his apprenticeship in printing with a bad accident, but as the story progresses, his training becomes more spiritual. Mr. Drury, his boss, trusts in God’s provision for his business but when business goes bad, it leads to confession of his faults. Enoch questions his attitude of despising God’s daily gifts. Trusting God’s providence when it doesn’t seem like He is paying attention is a training many go through. The author was a founding member of the London Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children in 1884.
Enoch Roden’s Training: Hesba Stretton (Sarah Smith)
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Author: Hesba Stretton. Category: Antiquities & Oddities. Tags: black and white illustrations, Gift inscription dated 1899, in overall good condition for a book over 100 years old, Pictorial boards still attractively bright, slight corner bumping and minor scuff marks to spine, slight tanning but no age spotting, Tightly bound and clean within.