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Mrs. Solomon Smith Looking On

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(4,698 Sterne; 53 Bewertungen)

Old Mrs. Solomon Smith considers herself "nothing but an ignorant old woman" who didn't have the advantages others did when growing up. However, those around her know that she's actually full of biblical wisdom and the experience of walking with Christ through the years. She shares her wisdom -- and more importantly, Christ -- to those she meets in everyday life, in a wise and gentle manner. She touches lives wherever she goes. But can her life and example touch the heart of Laura, a young woman who loves and respects her, but doesn't seem interested in religion? (Summary by TriciaG) (8 hr 53 min)

Chapters

A Good Listener

16:07

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She Attends a Sunday-School Convention

16:36

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She Has Trials and Compensations

17:18

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What Solomon Learned

12:14

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''Some Things Is Queer''

22:50

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''I Think and Mrs. Smith Does''

19:10

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''Whom Have We Here?''

19:23

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''I'm Glad Solomon Ain't Going''

19:46

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''Poor Lida and the Rest''

20:30

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''Perhaps She's Right''

18:18

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''I Think There Was an Unbeliever''

19:10

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''I Suppose He Knows What He Meant''

20:52

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''I Do Dislike Scenes''

20:53

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''I Have to Stay Outside and Wait''

20:32

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We Feared, We Hoped, We Trembled

22:20

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''Auntie Always Sees Things''

20:22

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''You Are Right, I Am a Relation''

21:36

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Meditations that Meant Something

22:27

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Lumps of Clay

20:18

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You've Helped Along in this Work

20:42

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''Principles Is Inconvenient Things''

20:33

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''And Behold, They Were Engaged''

20:03

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''Sho! That Argument Upsets Itself''

20:34

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''They Up and Called Him a Fanatic''

20:20

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''Them Smiths Ain't the Common Kind''

20:41

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''There Wasn't Anything Else to Do''

19:47

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''Deliverance''

20:30

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Bewertungen

Much Wisdom

(5 Sterne)

Mrs. Solomon Smith has much wisdom to offer to young and old. This is a book to listen multiple times!

Well Done

(4,5 Sterne)

After listening to a number of Triciag's narrations, this is the best one yet. Her Midwestern accent and old-lady characterization for Mrs. Smith is spot on. Congratulations. The book itself is literarily interesting for its time (and intended audience, I suppose.) It's a character study, primarily, told in the first person by a rather colorless narrator, but I surely would love to know Mrs. Solomon Smith.

Mrs. Solomon Smith Looking On

(5 Sterne)

Like all Pansy’s books, this one discusses temperance, Sabbath breaking, Sunday Schools, etc…. Yet the setting and characters are a nice change of pace and the ending is sweet.

Started a bit slow

(5 Sterne)

This was a bit slow at the start but got more interesting after the first chapter or so. Tricia G did an amazing job once again!

(5 Sterne)

I should've not put this book to the end of the list... it was 100 times better than I thought by reading the description. Pleased indeed!

Excellent

(5 Sterne)

oh that we all would be continuing to look forward to our home going. that we would live in light of HIS glory and love.

One of this Author's Best ever

(5 Sterne)

mrs. Solomon

(0,5 Sterne)

This is the most tedious and boring piece of prose I have ever listened to. I says—he says