The German Cripple by The American Tract Society
James, a severely crippled man near Rottenstein, Germany was taken care of by a shepherd’s widow and then by a young clergyman. James was an example of positive attitudes in the midst of severe hardship. With little to give materially, James, by the grace of God, gave much in other ways.
The German Cripple was translated from the original German into several languages and published by the Religious Tract Society. This edition is a reprint of The American Tract Society reprint of The Religious Tract Society translation in the early nineteenth century.