Yesterday Framed in To-day: A Story of the Christ, and How To-Day Received Him cover

Yesterday Framed in To-day: A Story of the Christ, and How To-Day Received Him

Pansy (1841-1930)

1. 'We Have Heard the Fame of Him'
2. 'It Was a True Report Which I Heard in Mine Own Land'
3. 'We Have Heard His Voice Out of the Midst of the Fire'
4. 'Who Healeth All Thy Diseases'
5. 'He Hath Put a New Song in My Mouth'
6. 'They Opened Their Mouth Wide Against Me. They Said, 'Aha, Aha, Our Eye Hath Seen It''
7. 'I Will Not Refrain My Lips'
8. 'Who Hath Believed Our Report?'
9. 'He that Soweth Iniquity, Shall Reap Calamity'
10. 'Hear Ye Indeed, but Understand Not'
11. 'There Is No Beauty, that We Should Desire Him'
12. 'I Will Seek Him Whom My Soul Loveth'
13. 'He Is Despised and Rejected of Men'
14. 'He Hath Sent Me to Bind up the Broken-Hearted'
15. 'A Man's Heart Deviseth His Way'
16. 'Can God Prepare a Table in the Wilderness?'
17. 'They Have Taught their Tongue to Speak Lies'
18. 'As the Hart Panteth After the Water Brooks'
19. 'If Any Man Thirst --'
20. 'To Open the Blind Eyes'
21. 'I Will Declare Thy Name unto My Brethren'
22. 'Give Us Help from Trouble'
23. 'Hope Deferred Maketh the Heart Sick'
24. 'Shall the Dead Arise and Praise Thee?'
25. 'Lover and Friend Hast Thou Put Far from Me'
26. 'Smite the Shepherd, and the Sheep Shall Be Scattered'
27. 'He Hath Swallowed up Death Forever'
28. 'I Will Work, and Who Shall Let It?'
29. 'Therefore Will Not We Fear'

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What would have happened if Christ hadn't come to Israel 2000 years ago, but had come to North America at the end of the 19th Century? This story makes that assumption and paints a picture of what it might have looked like - how different members of society might have reacted. The story follows David Holman, an invalid young man at the opening of the story.