By: Melvin Douglas Wilson
The Parable of the Spirit That Whispers uses many biblical themes to paint a clear and vivid picture to show children the importance of knowing past history, which will enable them to study for a brighter future. The book will also help children to develop Christian thoughts based on a moral teaching.
In the Parable of the Spirit That Whispers, two of the three kings in the book got progressively worse in governing their kingdoms, due to not reading and studying the Books of Old. It would not be long before an entire kingdom of people who once loved and respected each other would be thrown into turmoil and confusion.
The Parable of the Spirit That Whispers, has been rewritten for children ages eight to thirteen, but the great biblical themes in this story can also provide wisdom and moral teaching for adults of all ages.