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With Endless Sight by Allison K. Pittman
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We Walk by Faith
and Not by Sight

by Henry Alford (1845)

We walk by faith and not by sight;
No gracious words we hear
From Him who spoke as never man,
But we believe Him near.

We may not touch His hands and side,
Nor follow where He trod;
But in His promise we rejoice,
And cry, "My word and God."

Help Thou, O Lord, our unbelief:
And may our faith abound,
To call on Thee when Thou art near,
And seek, where Thou art found:

That when our life of faith is done,
In realms of clearer light,
We may behold Thee as Thou art,
With full and endless sight.
For Brenda---
I think you know which one of us is Phoebe!
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I wasn't asleep---wasn't even pretending to be---when my cousin Phoebe slipped into my room.
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In 1861, a fourteen-year-old girl leaves Illinois with her family for Oregon Territory only to survive a disaster that leaves her injured and stranded in Wyoming Territory.

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