Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 3, 2021
Everybody in this book is ordinary. Obed, the baby who gives the book a happy ending, does not grow up to do anything of significance that we know of. There are no great battles, no miracles, and no profound theological statements in this book. Not one person in this book was above ordinary.
What woman do you know who has had a thousand men
propose to her from fisherman to millionaires; from the penniless
on the bowry to the prince of a royal European
family? And who was still getting regular proposals after
she was 70 years old? There was such a woman, and her
name was Evangeline