Rescued From Prisons
In this book, Jean Dougan tells the stories of several men in the Bible who were in trouble - but through no fault of their own. God used this test called “prison” to develop them spiritually.
"To be human is to be in trouble," writes author Eugene Peterson. In this book, Rescued from Prisons by kings and angels and an earthquake, Jean Dougan tells the stories of several men in the Bible who were in trouble - but through no fault of their own. These men were unjustly imprisoned but God used this test called "prison" to develop in them an even greater trust in Him, and to let us see their godly character. God also showed that He was in control of all events and was able to rescue them in any way He wanted.
Canadian author Jean Dougan (1916-2003), was a home maker, poet, and author. For years she has written poems for Smoke Signals a camp magazine; and every year the words for the camp hymn. These hymns have been published under the title Themes from the Classics. Mrs. Dougan has also contributed to five volumes of The Looking Glass, daily devotional readings for teens. Jean Dougan has drawn many practical lessons from the Living Word of God.