Book Reviews of Vinegar Boy: A Young Boy's Dramatic Encounter with Christ on the Cross (Revised)

Vinegar Boy: A Young Boy's Dramatic Encounter with Christ on the Cross (Revised)
Vinegar Boy A Young Boy's Dramatic Encounter with Christ on the Cross - Revised
Author: Alberta Hawse
ISBN-13: 9780802491725
ISBN-10: 0802491723
Publication Date: 3/1/1989
Pages: 204
Edition: Revised
Rating:
  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Moody Press
Book Type: Paperback
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moody press. story of the boy who carried the vinegar wine to crucifixion hill.
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The Vinegar Boy brushed away a tear. Today he was to have sought the Man of Galilee. His birthmark would have been removed--at last he could let Nicolaus adopt him. But instead, he must carry the vinegar wine to crucifixion hill....
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The story of the boy who gave Jesus the vinegar water on the cross. Fiction.
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This is an amazing book, filled with ups and downs. It is about a boy who was born with a huge birthmark on his cheek and got abandoned by his parrents and teased mercilessly by almost everyone because of it! After he got abandoned, a stewerd named Nicolous took him in and raised him. Nicolous wanted to adopt him, but Vinegar boy didn't want him to unless his birthmark was gone. One day he was suposed to look for Jesus (it is set in Bible times) to see if he could get Him to heal his birthmark. That was the day Jesus was going to be crucified though. Vinegar boy was in dispair! Could he get Jesus to heal him? Or would he have the birthmark forever?