Letters to Young Boys

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Letters to Young Boys is overflowing with good, practical advice, written in simple language, that makes it easy to read and easy to understand. Daniel Whyte IV (age 12 at the commencing of the writing of this book) combs through many of the messages that are being put in front of young boys today and helps them understand the right way to go in our troubled society. This book deals with spiritual issues, moral issues and life issues. Daniel Whyte IV helps young boys understand ...
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Overview

Letters to Young Boys is overflowing with good, practical advice, written in simple language, that makes it easy to read and easy to understand. Daniel Whyte IV (age 12 at the commencing of the writing of this book) combs through many of the messages that are being put in front of young boys today and helps them understand the right way to go in our troubled society. This book deals with spiritual issues, moral issues and life issues. Daniel Whyte IV helps young boys understand many important things in life, including the following:

1. The Difference that God can Make in their Lives

2. The Importance of Character

3. Finding Out Your Purpose in Life

4. The Importance of Obedience to Parents

5. How to Stay away from Drugs and Gangs

6. The Power of Education

7. The Importance of Being Honest

…and Much, Much More

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780978533335
  • Publisher: Torch Legacy Publications
  • Publication date: 2/28/2008
  • Pages: 135
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel David Paul Whyte IV and Danyel Ezekiel Whyte are the sons of the National Bestselling author Daniel Whyte III. Daniel IV co-authored the book, The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't, and Danyel Ezekiel helped illustrate it. They also assist their father in the ministry; and are currently learning and studying to be what God wants them to be. Their main purpose in life is to spread the Gospel to as many people as possible. Their next book is entitled The Quest for God.
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