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11/22/05
Fascinating story..just thouroughly loved it. Wow! Thank you for sharing it was really well done! God bless you, littlelight
11/24/05
Well done! The only thing I've heard of this was in song. Enjoyed!
11/24/05
An amazing way to view the humble heart of a loving King. well done..
11/24/05
Very nice! I loved the contrast of the two men's attitudes.
Pat Guy  
11/24/05
'If you find the snow too deep, well, you may walk behind me and step in my footprints.' Loved this sentence! And a delightful read. Great atmosphere and character developement - could almost feel the frosty air in my lungs! :)
11/24/05
Bravo! A wonderful historical tale told in a very real and beautiful way. Definitely a favourite so far. Well done.
11/25/05
I really enjoyed this one. There was a good balance between the two halves of the story. Although I have heard the king's name before, I had never actually heard anything about him, so his name at the end was a nice surprise. Great job with all the characters!
11/25/05
Great story! It would seem that the servant didn't really know the meaning of the word. In humility there is strength!
11/26/05
I love historical fiction any time, and yours is excellent! Your title is clever too. I'll remember this come Christmas when we sing about this good king!
12/05/05
Really enjoyed reading this, Jan. tightly written, kept my attentions throughout, believable characters, strong sense of place. Thank you posting such a deep and layered tale without preaching. Yeggy