Wee Wisdom's Way—Front Matter
Wee Wisdom's Way
With Illustrations by WlLMOT E. HEITLAND
FOURTH EDITION ENLARGED AND REVISED
UNITY SCHOOL OF CHRISTIANITY
KANSAS CITY, MO . . . 1914
This little book is lovingly dedicated to my three sons, who, during its development, kept me close to the child-heart, and vitalized, through their personal thought and interest, the characters herein presented.
It is with the greatest joy that I introduce to you, dear readers, this new edition of "Wee Wisdom's Way." The story, founded as it is on fact, has meant so much to my fa mily, as well as to many other families of my acquaintance, and, doubtless, to hundreds whom I do not know, that I ask you to take it to your hearts, learn its wonderful message of love and truth, and accept its blessing.
I have read the story twenty times or more, and have made a study of its practical Christianity, and every time I read it, it seems more wonderful to me. No matter how much you may study or grow in experience, the truths of this little book will seem to increase in value more and more. It has the simplicity of greatness.
May the Spirit of Truth bless the message to your use, dear readers, and bless the dear lady who has let the glorious Light of Truth shine through her mind and life to us.
STELLA J. PAULUS.
|II||The "Little Know"||22|
|III||The "Little Know" Grows||29|
|VI||The Lesson of the Vine||46|
|VII||Skeptic and Saint||51|
|VIII||Out of the Shadows||58|
|X||The Doctor's Return||69|
|XI||A Living Faith||72|
|XII||Wee Wisdom's Way||77|
|XVI||A Telegram and a Triumph||99|
List of Illustrations
|"Before Grace and I were up this morning, Aunt Joy came into our
room with her hands full of blossoms."
|"Then I told papa why Janie Smith had been here."||31|
|"If God done it, he'll die; if the divil done it, the Lord have mercy on his poor soul."||45|
|"He wanted Ned to tell him all about it."||55|
|"Mamma and Grace came in from their ride just then."||77|
|"What was it all, where was he, and what brought him questions that the doctor can't answer to satisfy him."||98|