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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Heaven's Daughter by Maggi A. Heaven's Daughter by Maggi A. Petton Goodreads Author. An unlikely trio unites during the Civil War. Noni, ripped from Africa, lives an unimaginable life of slavery in the American South. When her daughter, Efuru, is threatened, they run away, meeting Abby, a kidnapped white girl. Efuru and Abby become fast friends.

They grow, struggling with family, prejudice and dysfunction, as their relationship changes through tragedy, bet An unlikely trio unites during the Civil War. They grow, struggling with family, prejudice and dysfunction, as their relationship changes through tragedy, betrayal and love. Heaven's Daughter invites us to examine how we work to deceive ourselves Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners.

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Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this game. Positive Messages. Ease of Play. Continue reading Show less. Stay up to date on new reviews. Isaiah said, "For before the Child shall know to refuse the evil and choose the good, the land that you dread will be forsaken by both her kings" Isa.

It's evident that little children do not have the ability to make moral decisions and to take responsibility for their sins. Still, they are sinners and need a Savior.

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Perhaps the "age of accountability" should be called "the age of moral awareness. So what happens if your child dies before he is aware of what is morally right or wrong? He is still guilty of his sins and must pay the penalty for his sins. That's where the blood of Jesus Christ comes in. Young children have not rejected the blood of Jesus as the heathen have. It is there for them, covering their sins, washing them clean, even though they have not had the ability to exercise faith in Jesus, which is required for the salvation of men and women who understand the consequences of their sin.

A child's lack of understanding doesn't deter the power of Jesus' blood.

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Only rejecting the blood deters its power, and babies haven't done that. Has God Chosen My Child? If your child dies and goes to heaven, is that evidence that God loves your child and has elected him to salvation? I think that is a valid conclusion. Ephesians says that we are chosen "in Him before the foundation of the world.

If they die before they can understand and reject the Gospel, that doesn't change God's choice. They are as much a part of God's family as adults drawn to faith by the Holy Spirit. The blood of Jesus Christ has covered them and washed away their sins, just as it has ours. Just because babies cannot make a decision for God does not prohibit Him from making a decision for them. Will infants and young children be infants and young children for all of eternity? The Bible doesn't say for sure, but it does say that when we go to heaven we enjoy privileges that require adult minds, such as praising and glorifying God in meaningful service to Him.

Vernon McGee said it this way: "I believe with all my heart that God will raise the little ones such that the mother's arms who have ached for them will have the opportunity of holding them. The father's hand which never held the little hand will be given the privilege.

I believe that little ones will grow up in heaven in the care of their earthly parents if they are saved. If babies cannot fully enjoy this life, how could we expect them to fully enjoy eternal life with God? Have you grieved the loss of a child?

If so, take heart from the Bible. David grieved the loss of his newborn son. He pondered, "Can I bring him back again? I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me" 2 Sam.



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