The Golden Key

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In the dark of night, the Servant Girl is summoned to the Throne Room of the King where she is gifted with the mysterious Golden Key. With her Companion, she will unlock doors of discovery and journey to 'great' and 'unsearchable' places. Her story is a parable of prayer inspired by the sermons of Charles H. Spurgeon and expanded upon in the second half of this life-changing little book.
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Words: 43,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452368153
About Jeanne Page

Jeanne Page began her lifelong journey into folk music at age 12, singing and accompanying herself on guitar. Since then, she has gravitated to focus primarily on the hammered dulcimer and Celtic harp and performs nationally with her band “The Next Chapter.” Jeanne is the director of two youth groups, "JUBALation" and "Jubal' KIds" and has several best selling instructional books and songbooks available through Mel Bay Publications. "The Golden Key" is Jeanne's first fiction/non-fiction publication. The second installment in this series, "The Singing Pilgrim" will be available in 2011. You can learn more about Jeanne by visiting her blog, at jeannepage.wordpress.com, her community blog at seeds2sow.wordpress.com and her band's website, www.thenextchapter.net .

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The Golden Key
Quotes from the sermons of Charles Spurgeon--the inspiration for the Servant Girl's tale in "The Golden Key"--are set to the beloved old hymn "Sweet Hour of Prayer."

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Review by: Lori Hickox-Monjaras on Dec. 01, 2010 :
This parable of a young girl and her journey to draw closer to her master through obedience and prayer is a delightful read. Jeanne Page has given each of us the tools through this story to have a deeper, more meaningful prayer life, to draw closer to God and to live a more fulfilling life. She demonstrates that submission is an act of love and growth. One does not loose the true self when we submit but rather it is through submission that we find our selves and our purpose in God's plan. Well done!
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