Helen and Betty are sisters. Though only one year older than Betty, Helen is far more industrious, careful of propriety, and well versed in the scriptures. Betty, on the other hand, is impulsive, sometimes heedless, and slower in her studies. Yet God sees not as we do. He looks at the heart, while we judge by the outward conduct and therefore often form very wrong opinions of others. See how the story of the Good Samaritan plays out in each of the sisters’ lives and how Helen faces the painful truth about herself. Lamplighter Rare Collector's Series Hardback, 123 pages.