Lord of Peasants

I would recommend this short story to you. You can use it as a devotional reading or for a discussion group.

Where the Shadows Lie

For Lewis Dean Sinift

“The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.”

–       John 1:14

Edited by Katrina Sinift

Although many do not remember it, there once was a great and powerful king in a distant land who loved his people as a father loves his children. In the northern regions of this forgotten soil, he created a magnificent kingdom filled with all kinds of living creatures – horses as swift as the wind, birds with voices of angels, deer as gentle as a loving mother. But of all that he crafted, the Creator King loved the humans most for he created them to be in his image.

The land that he created was saturated with great and wondrous forests, cool streams, and rich gardens. There…

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  1. Thank-you for sharing my story! It is greatly appreciated. God bless!

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