Tor, A Street Boy of Jerusalem

Florence Morse KINGSLEY (1859 - 1937)

Tor is a young beggar living in the city of Jerusalem during the tumultuous time of the Roman occupation. Shouts of hope are the last thing this street boy expects when he witnesses Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey. Tor comes face to face with the man Jesus and from that moment his life is forever changed. With thievery, injustice, and brutality as the backdrop of this novel, Tor learns to trade his hatred for love, and what it means to be a follower of Christ. This novel is for ages eight and up. (Patrick Saville)

Genre(s): Historical

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter 1 A Stranger Comes to Town Patrick Saville
00:10:55
Play 02 Chapter 2 A Sparrow Falleth Patrick Saville
00:10:15
Play 03 Chapter 3 The Man Who Opened His Eyes Patrick Saville
00:17:46
Play 04 Chapter 4 'The King, My Master!' Patrick Saville
00:10:46
Play 05 Chapter 5 Deep Calleth Unto Deep Patrick Saville
00:17:52
Play 06 Chapter 6 Rejected by Men Patrick Saville
00:15:35
Play 07 Chapter 7 Felicia Patrick Saville
00:15:38
Play 08 Chapter 8 Chelluh Drives a Bargain Patrick Saville
00:14:41
Play 09 Chapter 9 Before the Cock Crew Patrick Saville
00:15:25
Play 10 Chapter 10 In the Palace Garden Patrick Saville
00:13:28
Play 11 Chapter 11 Love Triumphant Patrick Saville
00:14:51
Play 12 Chapter 12 By Gennesaret Water Patrick Saville
00:15:30