IN HIM WILL I TRUST

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A Boy's Account of his Captivity
among the American Indians

by John Gyles

Edited by Genevieve Sheats

John Gyles' first-hand account is a vivid tale of his life as a young captive among the savage North American Indians.  Taken captive at about ten years of age, trials, hardships, death, and suffering are painted with broad strokes across nearly nine years of Gyles' boyhood days.  But, though surrounded by the darkness of demon worship and savage brutality, the account of Gyles' life is a tale of hope, of trust, and of an unending vision of the goodness of God.

1689.  A month before the London Baptist Confession of Faith was adopted, the truths of its teaching were being lived out in the wilderness of early America.

 "He is my refuge and my fortress:
my God, in Him will I trust."
Psalm 91:2

NOTE TO PARENTS

Because John Gyles' autobiography deals mainly with life among the American Indians, some passages of the book will be disturbing to young readers. It is therefore advised that parents preview the volume before their children read it.

 In Him Will I Trust is a part of our Sabbath Reader Series

 

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