Ester Ried Yet Speaking


Read by TriciaG

(4.8 stars; 100 reviews)

Authored by Isabella M. Alden under the pen name "Pansy." Fourth in the Chautauqua Girls series. Alfred Ried (brother of Ester Ried from that series) wants to help the hundreds of poor street boys in his city to come to faith and improve their conditions, but is discouraged and overwhelmed with the task. Enter Flossy (Shipley) Roberts, a willing worker who focuses on 7 such boys and especially on one. (Note: While the title suggests this to be in the Ester Ried series and does intersect it, it actually fits better into the Chautauqua Girls series.) (Summary by TriciaG)

Previous book in series: Ruth Erskine's Crosses
Next book in series: Judge Burnham's Daughters (7 hr 55 min)

Chapters

01 - It May Be That She Is Working Still 15:18 Read by TriciaG
02 - What Did It All Amount To, Anyhow? 16:09 Read by TriciaG
03 - Anything Uncommon About Me? 15:32 Read by TriciaG
04 - I Don't Blame Them 17:02 Read by TriciaG
05 - A Christian Home 16:54 Read by TriciaG
06 - Satan He Has 'Em All The Week 17:03 Read by TriciaG
07 - What A Little Schemer It Is 16:27 Read by TriciaG
08 - What Would You Do, Dear? 18:17 Read by TriciaG
09 - "Tremendous Facts!" He Said 17:20 Read by TriciaG
10 - And She Always Tried 14:09 Read by TriciaG
11 - I Have But To Try Again 17:26 Read by TriciaG
12 - I Want Them To Get Used To Parlors 13:36 Read by TriciaG
13 - Let Us Be Fashionable 15:52 Read by TriciaG
14 - "Something's Happened!" 12:06 Read by TriciaG
15 - What Made Her Different? 18:12 Read by TriciaG
16 - Here Was His Opportunity 16:44 Read by TriciaG
17 - I Wonder What They're All After 18:56 Read by TriciaG
18 - Yourn's The Way 14:25 Read by TriciaG
19 - We Have Begun Backwards 14:25 Read by TriciaG
20 - Oh, What A Nice Thought! 13:39 Read by TriciaG
21 - Had His Experiment Been Too Severe? 13:02 Read by TriciaG
22 - Some People Are Hard To Warn 13:59 Read by TriciaG
23 - Part Of The Great Well-To-Do World 12:50 Read by TriciaG
24 - For You Don't Know What May Come 12:43 Read by TriciaG
25 - What Do You Hope To Accomplish? 13:13 Read by TriciaG
26 - "O Lord, Take Dirk Too!" 11:55 Read by TriciaG
27 - An Awful Problem 15:10 Read by TriciaG
28 - May She Go With Me? 15:44 Read by TriciaG
29 - What If I Belonged? 17:39 Read by TriciaG
30 - It Is No Made-Up Affair 14:39 Read by TriciaG
31 - Their Works Do Follow Them 15:07 Read by TriciaG

Reviews

A wonderful witness


(5 stars)

Some will say this book is gilt-edged, rose-tinted, and it's easy for a writer to make this work. Flossie Shipley is now Mrs Evan Roberts, and meets Alfred Ried from the Ester Ried series. Together with new friends and old they take up the challenge of befriending, witnessing to, and winning to Christ a group of the most deprived and unwinnable young men and their families known to the local police officer. Th key is, in my opinion, that Flossie determines to have a Christian home: one where not only is Christ honoured, but that every penny or hundred dollars, every colour of decor or sparkling cut glass goblet is to serve her Master as she does. Don't laugh or scorn a "rich benefits poor" prejudice you didn't know you harboured. I learned more about reaching individuals from this book than from almost any other, and I use its principles, even if I can't afford it's methods. Thanks to these principles being lived out, I do witness to others, and I have served my Lord as I longed to.

truly engaging


(4.5 stars)

Light reading with moral teachings throughout. Less deaths and thereby easier listening. Should anyone be unsure of religion, these books offer an opportunity to engage with God’s kingdom.

Perfect Ending


(5 stars)

From sin to grace by the power of God - available to all whether rich or poor.

Chautauqua and Ester Ried converge.


(5 stars)

TriciaG is correct in that this book belongs to the Chautauqua series, but i first listened to it as a part of Ester Ried. let me say it's definitely one to re-experience no matter which series you are reading. :-) Dec 2020 and June 2021

Ester Ried Yet Speaking


(5 stars)

If each Christian could be so impressed as to realize that they are the light for a hurting, stumbling world, how much more earnestly would they live their lives!


(5 stars)

The book itself is wonderfully enriching and thought-provoking. The reader is absolutely excellent. No improvement needed.


(5 stars)

Third time I listened to this book