Gods And Kings Paperback
Chronicles of the Kings 1
by Lynn Austin;
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Gods And Kings
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But his journey to the Holy One is riddled by influence from an assortment of men: Zechariah, a grandfather of noble standing who has fallen into drunkenness; Uriah, the High Priest whose lust for power forces him to gamble the faith he proclaims; and Shebna, the Egyptian intellectual who guides Hezekiahs instruction.
For the two women who love Hezekiah, the meaning of love--and its sacrificial essence--will direct the course of their lives and help shape the young princes future.
Gods And Kings by Lynn Austin was published by Bethany House in February 2005 and is our 14881st best seller. The ISBN for Gods And Kings is 9780764229893.
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Gods and KingsMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
The story of King Ahaz and his son Hezekiah told in novel form – and a powerful story it is too. Powerful enough when read in the Bible but dramatised in this way, I found horrific passages better to skip through so appalling were the things that happened - they were too explicit for me. Despite the evil perpetrated in the land there are still those faithful to Yahweh, notably Isaiah and the group of prophets he taught. There is hope throughout this bleak and terrible episode of history.
Lynn Austin has taken the Biblical story and created a compelling and moving tale of love, hate, fear, forgiveness and faithfulness. I read far into the night to finish it.
‘A note to the reader’ at the start, outlines the historical background and gives the Biblical references so that you can read the Bible story for yourself.
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Details for Gods And Kings
|Page last updated||13th January 2016|
|Author / Artist||Lynn Austin|
|Publisher||Bethany House (February 2005)|
|Number of Pages||320|