Walk in the Light
By: Leo Tolstoy
"There is only one problem with this book: once you start reading you can't stop! It should be in all the church libraries. It would be an excellent gift, especially to Sunday school teachers and others who tell or read stories to others." --Provident Book Finder
From the title work, "Walk in the Light," a parable that reflects Tolstoy's fascination with the early Christians, to beloved tales such as "Ivan the Fool," "A Prisoner in the Caucasus," and "What Men Live By," the stories in this volume have stood the test of time both as fiction and reflections on the meaning and content of Christian faith.
For Children God Sees the Truth, But Waits; A Prisoner in the Caucasus; The Bear-Hunt
Popular Tales What Men Live By; A Spark Neglected Burns the House; Two Old Men; Where Love Is, God Is
A Fairy Tale The Story of Ivan the Fool
Stories Written to Pictures Evil Allures but Good Endures; Little Girls Wiser than Men; Ilyas
Folktales Retold The Three Hermits; The Imp and the Crust; How Much Land Does a Man Need?; A Grain as Big as a Hen's Egg; The Godson; The Repentant Sinner; The Empty Drum
Adaptations from the French The Coffeehouse of Surat; Too Dear!
Stories Given to Aid the Persecuted Jews Esarhaddon, King of Assyria; Work, Deaht, and Sickness; Three Questions