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A Voice in the Wilderness

Grace Livingston Hill

Book Overview: 

Margaret leaves her family home and security to become a school teacher in the wilds of early Arizona. Accidentally getting off her safe and warm train at the wrong place, she encounters first hand the wildness and beauty of the vast West and its interesting inhabitants.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. For in him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily....

How the verses crowded upon one another, standing out clearly from the pages as she turned them, marked with her father's own hand in clear ink underlinings. It almost seemed as if God had looked ahead to these times and set these words down just for the encouragement of his troubled servants who couldn't understand why faith was growing dim. God knew about it, had known it would be, all this doubt, and had put words here just for troubled hearts to be comforted thereby.

For I know whom I have believed [How her heart echoed to that statement!], and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.

And on a little further:

Nevertheless the foundation. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Not her best work, but still good. There were several good quotes, but this one was my favorite:
"You couldn't shake my faith in Christ, because I know Him. If I'd never felt His presence or been guided by His leading, such words might possibly trouble me, but having seen 'Him that is invisible,' I k

Of the GLH books I have read so far, this was my least favorite. I didn't get the whole Frederick West subplot, and the Rosa subplot ends without any real explanation of what happens to her. There were some sweet lines and thoughts here and there, but overall it was just kind of "eh" for me.

We must overscrupulously observe the Sabbath, but may completely toss out biblical injunctions regarding women teaching in church.

This isn't the edition I read, but I LOVE the cover art. Again, I just needed something relaxing. This was a lot of fun. Our heroine, young schoolmarm-to-be, gets off the train accidentally at a water stop, and is stranded in the middle of the Arizona wilds in the early days of statehood. Only in a

I got this on my Kindle for $0.00 and loved the sweet and wholesome romance. The beginning is priceless as the heroine gets off her train accidently in the middle of the Arizona desert and is rescued by the cowboy hero. The romance is beautiful, patient, and strong. The side characters are well-deve

I love the way these books tie together. Some of the characters in this book are the main characters in Man in the Desert. Great!

If you liked Catherine Marshall's CHRISTY, you might like this. As in CHRISTY, a young woman of the early 20th century leaves her comfortable home and journeys to an unknown and "wild" location to teach the children and perhaps positively influence some of the adults.

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Another good read from Grace Livingston Hill... This one had a heavier dose of religion in it than the other books of hers that I have read, but the main character was a minister's daughter, so it didn't seem too out of place or forced. The side characters were almost better than the main characters

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