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The king without a shadow / R. C. Sproul ; illustrated by Liz Bonham.

By: Sproul, R. C. (Robert Charles), 1939-2017 [author.]Contributor(s): Bonham, Liz [illustrator.]Publisher: Phillipsburg, New Jersey : P & R (Presbysterian and Reformed) Publishing, [1996]Copyright date: ©1996Description: 30 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cmContent type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0875527000 (hardcover)Subject(s): God (Christianity) -- Juvenile fiction | Shades and shadows -- Juvenile fiction | Heads of state -- Juvenile fictionOnline resources: GoodReads.com about this book. | Amazon.com about this book. Summary: In this story, a young boy seeks an audience with his king to ask two important questions: Where do shadows come from, and where do they go when they leave? This provokes the king to try to rid himself of his shadow, and in his search for knowledge he discovers a deeper wisdom than simply the way light and darkness relate: he learns that sin is a shadow on the human soul, that every soul is shadowed, but that there is one King who has no shadow because He is perfectly holy. The king joyfully tells the young boy this truth, sending him on a quest to find this King himself.--GoodReads.com.
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Reprinted 2001.

In this story, a young boy seeks an audience with his king to ask two important questions: Where do shadows come from, and where do they go when they leave? This provokes the king to try to rid himself of his shadow, and in his search for knowledge he discovers a deeper wisdom than simply the way light and darkness relate: he learns that sin is a shadow on the human soul, that every soul is shadowed, but that there is one King who has no shadow because He is perfectly holy. The king joyfully tells the young boy this truth, sending him on a quest to find this King himself.--GoodReads.com.

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