I Dared to Call Him Father - Chapter 12, A Time for Sowing Summary & Analysis

Bilquis Sheikh
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Chapter 12, A Time for Sowing Summary and Analysis

A year after Bilquis' Singapore sojourn, the Mitchells leave for a year's furlough. Bilquis continues the Sunday evening fellowship gatherings, but there are only five professional Christians remain. Bilquis suggests that to invigorate the group, that their meetings be opened to all Christians—not just professional people. After initial resistance from the others, they agree to invite all Christians and all non-Christians interested in finding out more about the Lord. Their meetings are successful and many conversions to Christianity occur.

Led by the Lord, Bilquis opens her beloved garden with its succulent fruit trees to the village children. She also pays the hospital bills of a needy family in a near-by village. Her servant Nur-jan is finally convinced to open herself up to the Lord and becomes a Christian. Nur-jan is reluctant...

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