Bruey was a real girl, whom Frances Ridley Havergal knew, a
girl with a beautiful heart from the Lord, and this account
shines with the beauty of Jesus Christ.
Frances was only 11 when her mother died. The Four Happy
Days is an autobiographical work about Frances herself. Annie
was really F.R.H. This is an example of the Lord's indescribable
love to His own.
This book is taken from the five-volume, 8,014-page edition of
The Complete Works of Frances Ridley Havergal, an edition
prepared over several years by a team of people in the U.S.,
England, and Canada.
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